Deep Rest Guided Relaxation
Meditations, Breathwork, & Visualizations • 13m
There will be days where you feel exhausted.
There will be days when you feel so tired yet despite needing more rest, can't seem to fall or stay asleep.
Use this guided relaxation when you'd like some support falling asleep, if you wake up in the middle of the night, or (my personal favorite) in the middle of a day as a gentle way to reset and rejuvenate for the remainder of your day.
Unlike meditations, you don't have to keep track of every word I say.
Peer reviewed studies show us that Yoga Nidra & Non-Sleep Deep Rest can help replenish dopamine, reduce cortisol, and even reduce your total sleep need. (I personally find this style of relaxation to be just the support I need after a funky night of sleep!)
Let your brain wander and soften. Let yourself drift off and notice how you feel after taking just a few moments to let yourself settle.
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