Discover how the creative imagination is an inner resource that offers us a wealth of options where we feel we may have none!

How is isolation a deadly side effect of abandoning our true feelings? How is there power in sharing? How can we realize that we are not separate from all that is? 

Having witnessed thousands of persons suffer hopelessly in isolation, Yoga therapist Nina Be (MA. M.ED. E-RYT500) facilitates group discussion and researched methods of creative self care to support living from one’s potential & purpose.   

What to Expect::

MindBody Centering Yoga practices of embodied physical postures, Yoga Nidra, Nada Yoga (crystal singing bowls & mantra), energizing & calming breathing techniques & creative expression through writing & art clear the mind/body to enter the ‘Creation Space’. By accessing the Creation Space as part of our pure being, we find courage & grace to express unprocessed questions about the whys and wherefores of beliefs & experiences that we haven’t had the skills or time to process. Each participant will experience individualized empowerment to build positive self-regard within the Self & within community.


Module:: $325
Specilization:: $500


  • Exploring maps of human anatomy for understanding one’s body as a resource for grounded wisdom & potential. 
  • Using our gift of imagination to create our world. 
  • Creating one’s life from understanding the root of one’s happiness & contentment.                                                        
  • Exploring stream of consciousness journaling which gives us access to deeper levels of our selves; memories, emotions & archetypes in a way that reclaims a positive narrative about ourselves.

Required resources::

Body Stories - Andrea Olsen(for sale @global breath studio)

Expressive Writing- J.W. Pennebaker & J.F.Evans(for sale @global breath studio)

'Centering' cd - nina be (

Meet Your Teachers:

 Nina Be

Nina Be

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Global Breath Studio
Durham, NC

Fri: 2-5 pm;
Sat: 7:30 am - 5:30 pm
Sun: 7:30 am - 6:30 pm


December 7-9, 2018
March 15-17, 2019

You must pre-register for modules 2 weeks in advance (space permitting).