The evening session will offer an experiential and information based session for those interested in neuroscience and the power of the practice of Yoga Nidra on influencing patterns and deep wiring in the brain.
Yoga Nidra has proven to be effective to those who suffer from headaches, and this evening may be interesting for those in this group. This evening also serves as a taster for a longer training in the uses of Yoga Nidra for influencing neurological patterning. During the evening there will be an open dialogue and questions on this topic with Nirlipta.
Nirlipta Tuli has been using Yoga Nidra since he first encountered the practice some 25 years ago. He has taught yoga since 1989, and was first trained to teach Yoga Nidra by Swami Pragyamurti on his Bihar School of Yoga training in 1994.
He qualified as a clinical hypnotherapist with the London School for Clinical Hypnotherapy in 2001 and has a very broad range of experience of applied Yoga Nidra.
This ranges from delivering Yoga Nidra to large yoga classes of over 40 people, to working therapeutically with Yoga Nidra in one-to-one situations for many different issues, including healing for severe post-traumatic stress, anxiety, pain management, spiritual growth and all aspects of Yoga Nidra for fertility, pregnancy, birth and birth trauma resolution.
Nirlipta is also a Member of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis, and has an interest in the uses of Nidra for hypnosis.