The MindBody Centering Yoga Program
MindBody Centering Yoga is a cutting-edge technique that awakens the innate intelligence of the mind/body/heart into their full, unified potential.
It is a sophisticated confluence of Master teachings from the arts and sciences of hatha/raja yoga, the grace of classical dance, psychology as the study of consciousness and the Mind, Alexander Technique as attunement, experiential anatomy, psycho-somatic neurology, energy medicine and spiritual sutra study for the modern world.
MBCY is an empowering practice that has supported thousands of people from all walks of life to enhance their love of yoga and fulfill a life purpose to serve and love.
We specialize in teaching trauma-sensitive techniques built on the foundation of ...
Practicing the 8 Limbs of Yoga in daily life, focusing on ethics (Yamas & Niyamas).
Discovering embodied, conscious anatomy & deep awareness through Alexander Technique, the somatic sciences, neuro-physiology, and Ideokinesis.
Understanding the art and science of Yoga through classical sutra study for modern times.
Practicing applied mindfulness for living as taught by Thich Nhat Hanh, the father of mindfulness.
Studying the subtle power of the chakras for wisdom and empowerment.
Mindful nutrition & eating, sustainability and community.
Stilling the mind and body in meditation is at the core of MBCY so as to create true happiness for ourselves and others.
Understanding and deep listening as applied mindfulness are reflected in the care and counseling offered through MindBody Centering Yoga. Our trauma-sensitive techniques gently support individuals in order to assist in their attainment of quality personal growth and optimize thriving.
Our mission is to create and support sustainable programs for the thrivance of all of life; children, families and communities, locally and globally.
"[MBCY's] focus is on self care and use of Mindfulness, as taught by Thich Nhat Hanh. It is trauma sensitive and trauma informed. This is not the average Yoga that is overly asana focused." - Greg Horn