MindBody Centering Yoga (MBCY) is a cutting-edge technique that awakens the innate intelligence of the body/mind into its full potential. A sophisticated confluence of Master teachings from the arts and sciences of hatha/raja yoga, classical ballet, psychology, Alexander Technique, experiential anatomy, kinesthesiology, psycho-somatic neurology, energy medicine and spiritual sutra study, supports the emergence of a healthy and whole human being.
MindBody Centering Yoga teaches what research has proven: the most accessible doorway to liberation and thriving growth is through connection to the heart. The clarity and wisdom of the MBCY technique instructs the body-mind, to bypass old patterns of imbalance that create discomfort, re-patterning ones neurological map into an enhanced homeostasis of ease. Every person, then, naturally begins to self-organize, align, and attune into greater strength and grace.
MindBody Centering Yoga supports self-realization and living from loving abundance. The MBCY process of growth and moving into potential, happens by educating ourselves; actively choosing to be aligned, balanced, strong, and flexible with awareness.Some powerful effects of MBCY are; relief from back pain, fewer headaches, weight loss, relief from depression, anxiety and stress. The more subtle effects are: more patience, focus, motivation and greater understanding and compassion for ourselves and others.
MindBody Centering Yoga is an empowering and effective yoga therapy practice that has supported thousands of people from all walks of life to access their true potential and find their personal sanctity. As members of both the Yoga Alliance and the International Association of Yoga Therapists, MBCY is one of the first Yoga Therapy Certification programs in the country.
MindBody Centering Yoga is founded on over 40 years of professional experience with dancers, opera singers, athletes and families, in order to create powerful inspiration for all to deeply experience the magic of being alive!
MindBody Centering Yoga is open to everyone, regardless of yoga experience, background, physical abilities, or belief system.