Restorative Yoga Nidra Retreat | April 12-15, 2018


Restorative Yoga Nidra Retreat | April 12-15, 2018


How does MindBody Centering Restorative Yoga support physical and mental balance ? Why does deepening your own personal practice and understanding MBCY restorative teaching techniques enable better attunement? What are the most intelligent subtle aspects of the body and mind?  How to use Restorative Yoga as an accessible form of yoga that balances the nervous system? What Yoga techniques release trapped muscular tension and racing thoughts that create stress?

nina be, (E-RYT-500, MA.  M.ED.) guides Instruction  in regards to placing props such as bolsters, blocks, sandbags, eye bags and blankets to assist the body into a deep and restful state. You will be guided to strategically arrange props and sequence a restorative practice to promote optimum renewal and relaxation, as well as to::

  • enhance flexibility
  • recover from injury
  • boost the immune system
  • balance the nervous system
  • lose weight and fat
  • quiet the Mind
  • build strength with low energy  
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This trainingmodule offers::

  • Learning sequencing with the MBCY ‘Centering’ restorativeyoga class
  • Learning i-Rest Yoga Nidra for resolving discomfort in the physical, mental, emotional and neurological systems of the body
  • Using the chair or bench in movement & MBCY Centering poses 
  • Precautions and contraindications for thetrauma sensitive
  • Understanding propping to releasetension in order to increase mobility and ease
  • Guidance and practice of hands on assists with analysis of head to toe embodied anatomy
  • Creating supportive guided meditations
  • Clear anatomical analysis of the spine as midline to gauge balance/stress in the body
  • Discussion and demonstrations of holding patterns and effects in the body and mind
  • Instructing 4 essential breathing techniques to support ease and relaxation
  • Understanding aspects of deeper anatomy for trusting innate support for letting go


  • Yoga Skills for Therapists, A. Weintraub                                                 
  • Body Stories, A. Olsen


  • Centering, nina be