with Jodi Boone & Heather Danso

Date TBD at Mind Body Hum

Restorative yoga is considered the true antidote to stress because it allows you to relax deeply with awareness. Relaxing with awareness is the key to bringing the mind-body into a state of balance or homeostasis, similar to the effect of meditation. It’s easy to be swept away by the demands of modern life. Today’s pace of life means we are often in a state of high alert, causing our bodies to release stress hormones that stimulate the ‘fight or flight’ response. This affects our ability to sleep soundly, digest our food, focus, feel grounded, and even our ability to conceive a child.

Come experience the profound, yet subtle power of restorative yoga in this program, and learn to craft thoughtful sequences for yourself and others, using trauma-informed practices.

Email Jodi & Heather to Register






Skills & Knowledge

  • Restorative yoga philosophy, benefits & methodology
  • The art of propping practitioners in postures
  • Sequencing, including how to address stress
  • Effective, clear, and inclusive cuing​
  • Practical application of trauma informed methods
  • Functional anatomy
  • Working with students with special physical needs or injuries
  • Teaching online, or with limited props

Schedule / TBD

Total Training Hours: 26

Mind Body Hum [More Details Here]


Training: $
Manual: $
Total Cost: $

Heather Danso, GCFP, E-RYT

Heather is devoted to helping people lower stress and find new possibilities for health, through restorative yoga, through mindfulness, as well as through honoring the intuition and experience of each individual. She incorporated and Yoga and the Feldenkrais Method® into her life as part of her development of strength and stability after multiple injuries. Her 35 years of dancing experience, 15 years of Vinyasa, Hatha, Yin, and Restorative yoga practice, as well as intense work in physical therapy through multiple modalities, inform her understanding of the body and movement mechanics. Her journey to healing has led her to seek a mindful approach to moving—an approach based on body-awareness, compassion, intentionality, expressiveness, and fun. Her formal training as a dance teacher and high school educator gives her a deep understanding for how the brain learns and that, as well as her extensive experiences with physical therapy, Feldenkrais, and yoga, informs how she structures classes. http://winddancemotion.com