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Title:
Drops of nectar
Author:
Rea, Shiva.
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Publication Information:
Boulder, CO : Sounds True, [2002]

℗2002
Physical Description:
2 audio discs (approximately 2 hr.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Compact discs.
Language:
English
Contents:
disc 1. Invocation -- Chandra Namaskar I -- Chandra Namaskar II -- Nadi Shodhana Pranayama -- So hum meditation -- Luna Shavasana I : drops of nectar -- disc 2. Invocation -- The secret ball society : tension release with tennis ball -- Yoga nidra: yogic relaxation -- Shavasana II : A song of being empty -- Shavasana III : shanti rasa.
ISBN:
9781591790525
Format :
Audiobook on CD

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Summary

Summary

One of the great pleasures of yoga is the relaxation session or shavasana traditionally offered at the end of a class. When taught skillfully, shavasana invokes the flow of energetic nectar down the spine to permeate the entire body with blissful energy.

Now, with Drops of Nectar, yoga practitioners can experience this rejuvenating dimension of yoga at home and at their convenience. Taught by acclaimed instructor Shiva Rea, this immersive two-CD program guides listeners through:

Yoga Nidra, a relaxation method that works with 36 areas of the body Tension release through the five koshas (layers) of the body A special meditation for healing areas of pain and blockage Lunar Shavasana--an effective means to rest the sense organs and induce deep and restful sleep Awakening the Lotus, a chakra-based meditation, and more

Used as a complement to one's existing yoga practice or on its own, Drops of Nectar will serve as valuable resource for anyone seeking to explore the healing traditions of yoga.


Author Notes

Shiva Rea

Shiva Rea teaches vinyasa flow yoga worldwide. She has studied many forms of yoga and dance in India, Africa, Nepal, Jamaica, and Bali. She is a well-known contributor to Yoga Journal and holds an MA in Dance from UCLA's World Arts and Cultures Program, where she also teaches.