This new ‘eyes open’ meditation guides you through the process of mindfully enjoying an artwork of your choice and has been inspired by my lifelong passion for art, knowledge as an art historian and yoga/mindfulness practices. So find a piece of artwork (a photo in a book or online is absolutely ok!) and settle in for a wonderful art break!

Yoga Nidra is a special kind of guided meditation that leads you into the deeply relaxing and creative place between waking and sleeping. Nidra Naps are shorter meditation that focus on one aspect of Yoga Nidra, giving you a break so you can return to your day with a clearer, calmer mind. Nidra Nights are designed to lead you to sleep or a time of dedicated rest. So make yourself comfortable, take a deep breath and let’s begin…

Listen to two new Live Recordings from a Workshop on 25 October 2020 at the Space Upstairs in Burntisland!

Yoga Nidra 1: Invites you to relax & settle, establish gratitude and a sankalpa (heart’s desire), rotate awareness through the body, centre with your breath, go on a visualisation journey, then return to waking life.
Yoga Nidra 2: Invites you to relax & settle, establish gratitude and a sankalpa (heart’s desire), rotate awareness through the body (shorter rotation this time), experience opposites/dualities, visualise changing images, then return to waking life.

Nidra Naps

Nidra Nights

In these stressful times, I hope Nidra Naps & Nights provide a spaces for rest and relaxation. As an American settled in Scotland, I send the wave sounds recorded at the beach in Burntisland, Fife that open and close each meditation around the world with good wishes of peace. Some of my listeners have asked to make a donation in thanks for free content, this can be done via Paypal. I hope you and yours remain healthy and safe. Namaste, Peggy

*Disclaimer: By listening to the meditations you do so of your own free will and understand you are responsible for your own health. Please find a safe place to listen to meditations (i.e. not while driving or doing anything requiring full attention).