MBCYT is a trauma-based therapeutic method that focuses on healing the individual and creating balance and stability to thrive in ones' life. 

MindBody Centering Yoga Therapy takes a whole-body approach to assess each person's overall health and working with the strengths that are already present. Knowing that mental and physical wellness are inter-connected, MBCYT combines mindfulness, communication skills and curative movement are used to empower the unique individual. 

Navigating and evolving from the violence within her family of origin, Nina deeply appreciates the profoundly intricate nature of twisted love and trauma. After evacuating her family from Hurricane Katrina and incurring a Traumatic Brain Injury from a critical auto accident, Nina holds an equally deep appreciation of the whole body as a thinking and feeling organism whose imbalances can be shifted through the nourishing, gentle, and consistent care. 

So many of us in pain have been treated by medicines but have not been empowered to trust our ability to create and maintain our best health.

We know that 'one-size-fits-all' is no longer an acceptable approach to wellness because two people with similar conditions may have different medical histories or complicating factors that result in different courses of treatment.

Nina describes the way her personal experiences have blended into MindBody Centering Yoga Therapy as "yoga alchemy" because this approach focuses on the strengths that are already innately available to each unique individual. MBCYT builds upon non-judgement in order to frame one's life as a path of positive and proactive possibilities

Our MBCYT clients have discovered sustainable, positive outcomes for conditions such as depression, anxiety, abuse trauma, high blood pressure, anger, eating, sleep disorders, relationship issues, complex PTSD, chronic fatigue, and grief.

MBCYT has supported thousands of people into trusting their innate intuitive drives towards wellness. We welcome all expressions of authenticity, regardless of age, culture, race, creed, gender, or sexual orientation.