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Bio


nina be :: ma.  m.ed.  ncc  e-ryt-500  

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Bio


nina be :: ma.  m.ed.  ncc  e-ryt-500  

 

Nina Be (MA, MEd, E-RYT 500, NCC) is a somatic psychologist, spiritual activist, yoga therapist, writer/poet,  choreographer, artist, performer and restaurateur, who has been mentoring, teaching, choreographing and designing wellness programs internationally for over 40 years. She is the founder of  Live Globally (501c-3), quelling children’s global poverty through the practices  of compassion in community. In order to substantiate her curiosity, nina has traveled to 38 of the 50 United States and 19 countries.  She plans on experiencing it all!

Her successful RYT 200/300/500-hour Yoga Alliance Certification Programs of MindBody Centering Yoga, specializing in trauma-sensitive techniques, are offered across the United States . 

 
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Intro


"The body is a calligraphic gesture of the mind."

Intro


"The body is a calligraphic gesture of the mind."

 
National Brain Awareness Panel Discussion part2. Nina Be tells her story of recovery from brain trauma and demonstrates mediation techniques to deal with it.

As a therapist of trauma-sensitive Yoga,                Nina Be has been facilitating trainings, retreats and private counseling for hundreds of individuals and families from all walks of life     for over a decade.

"Most likely the skills gained from MindBody Centering are quite particular to each individual.  It is true that most have been able to create liberation for themselves in a variety of ways, so as to define and come to embrace their authentic paths of power.  Beautiful youth have put down the cutting blade, life-threatening restriction, drug habits and self abuse, in order to be energized contributors and guides for those like themselves. Parents have chosen to take a breath instead of short-circuiting or silencing  the potential of their offspring with shame and violence. Wizened folks have stood up from their rockers and traveled the globe to offer the grace of fully-lived experiences.  Lonely individuals, threatened by the disposable culture of corporate vocations, have arrived home to a Self of unlimited imagination and creativity in order to thrive within the context of expert and deeply reverent livelihoods.  With awareness and dedication to simple, self care, the insanity quieted, the ‘Self’  showed up to declare its needs, and, what a wise teacher of life offered, ‘brilliant sanity’ blossomed."