By Kristin Savory.
One of the reasons we all keep coming back to Kaiut Yoga is because of it’s deep affect on the nervous system.
No matter how challenging our lives are: running after kids, taking care of our partners, having difficult phone calls, or sharing joyous moments, Kaiut Yoga neutralizes the nervous system and allowing the system to settle.
Many have found the deep relaxation in certain sequences, and some of us have even taken short naps.
“It’s not that you’ve taken a nap, it’s that the nap has taken you.” Francisco talked about this idea during our second day of our Toronto 2017 teacher training.
This spontaneous relaxation or deep rest can happen at any time during the practice. Just after this moment of deep relaxation, Francisco shares, we enter the pose from a deeper place. A different part of our brain is now interacting with the sequence.
This type of deep rest cannot be forced. We cannot plan it, we cannot anticipate it, we cannot make this rest happen.
Through the practice of Kaiut Yoga we open the possibility for the “nap to take us.”