Yoga Nidra is often referred to as ‘The Yoga of Sleep’. It is a gentle, deeply nourishing experience, that rests the body, and can take the mind to the bridge between conscious awareness and dream world – a liminal space. It is meditative, restorative, energising and awakening all at the same time.
Here we harness the ever-present power of Earth to soothe and centre ourselves. In connecting with this energy we are reminded that our lives are bigger than the events which fill our days and we’re invited to settle and let go.
Though most of our work is done in corporate organisations, we do run some open programmes and experiences that are available for all to join us in.
In this episode we talk ‘power’ – what does it mean to have power in today’s world, how are our views, our demonstration and our use of power changing to meet the needs of the major shifts in our society and workplaces due to COVID, racial inequality, and technology?
When your world is spinning, you’re feeling unsettled, or simply haven’t had any space or time to be with yourself, this Yoga Nidra guided by Laura will bring you back to centre.
Another rich conversation with a wonderful guest, Becky. We touch into a wide variety of topics in our conversation, like liminality, empathy, community, creativity, allyship, consciousness, the environment and so much more.
Chris and Laura explore the importance of acknowledging what is, experiencing life from the edges, the idea of navigating paradox and the need to keep perspective in the midst of increasing levels of complexity – not just in leadership but in the rest of life too.
In this guided meditation we use the breath as way to gently explore how our inner and outer worlds come together.
I passionately believe that coaching is a person–to–person healing profession; one whose very purpose is to enable people to step into the fullness of what it’s like to be human.
Christina invites us to soften, simplify, connect and ground so that we can do more truly meaningful work in the world – not just for more ease and flow in the now, but also in service of supporting and nourishing those that come after us.