Cyclic Meditation is a simple and effective technique to relieve stress and induce deep sleep and relaxation. It is based on the principle of stimulation and relaxation. There are proven results that, CM can reduce the number of hours needed in order to feel rejuvenated.
The benefits of the session.
The practice of CM, in general, appears to bring about a state of low physiological activation, with reduced oxygen consumption and a shift in the sympathovagal balance towards vagal dominance. A period of CM practice significantly reduces oxygen consumption and energy expenditure to a greater degree (32.1%) than a comparable period of supine rest. The CM program has also been shown to decrease occupational stress levels and baseline autonomic arousal. There is also improved performance in a letter cancellation task which requires selective attention, concentration, visual scanning abilities, and a repetitive motor response following CM. The prolonged latencies of evoked potentials, generated within the cerebral cortex after the practice of CM, supported the idea of cortical inhibition after CM. The practice of CM during day time has been shown to increase the percentage of slow wave sleep in the subsequent night. This suggests that CM practice (i) reduces autonomic arousal, (ii) improves attention, and (iii) improves the quality of sleep.
The session is for 2 days - 16th & 17th February - 7am to 9am
A minimum of 10 participants is necessary for the session to take place.