What happens to the brain during Yoga Nidra? When you start Yoga Nidra, your brain is generally in an active state of beta waves, a natural transitional experience as you start to slow down and press pause on your day. The meditative practice then takes you into an alpha state, the brain wave frequency that links conscious thought with the subconscious mind.
What chakras does Yoga Nidra target affect? Each day will focus on a specific chakra (Muladhara, Svadhisthana, Manipura and Anahata) and will include: A practice taught by Mona with asana, restorative postures and all nine steps of yoga nidra designed for a specific chakra. Opportunity to design and practice teaching yoga nidra and receive feedback on sequences.
Which level of brain activity is realized in the deepest stage of Yoga Nidra? The Delta wave state is the final stage of brain wave activity reached during Yoga Nidra meditation, and is when brain waves are at their slowest. This state is experienced during the deepest, dreamless stage of sleep, and is the most restorative state for the mind and body.
Is Yoga Nidra equivalent to sleep? Yoga Nidra, translated as Yogic Sleep is conscious sleep; you are sleeping yet you are conscious. In Yoga Nidra, you do not lose consciousness, yet your entire body, mind and nervous system obtain complete rest through deep relaxation. Yoga Nidra is far superior to ordinary sleep.