Yoga Nidra for Chronic Pain | 30 Minute Guided Meditation
This yoga nidra for chronic pain 30 minute guided meditation will aid you in total yoga relaxation and encourage natural pain relief. Learn the benefits of yoga therapy including how you can use yoga nidra to reduce pain.
Through guided yoga nidra and other relaxation techniques you are working on adapting and breaking through old neural pathways or habits of the brain (similar to the yogic concept of samskaras). The intention behind this 30 minute yoga nidra is to shift your neurobiology to help you deal with chronic pain better, which can mean feeling less pain intensity overall. This guided meditation for chronic pain will leave you feeling relaxed and rejuvenated.
Ann Swanson Wellness is focused on making yoga for everyone and for you to be able to access yoga anywhere. Whether you live a life with chronic pain or are looking to grow in your yoga practice, this free meditation for pain relief video is for you and we hope that this yoga nidra relaxation practice serves you well.
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