Dynamic Mindfulness is The Niroga Institutes evidence-based, trauma-informed, stress resilience practice that has been embraced by professionals in this country for over a decade. Dynamic Mindfulness is an intersection of yoga, mindfulness, and meditation practices that are accessible and help create and manage environments for wellness and recovery. This practice includes mindful movements, breathing techniques, and meditation practices, which, when integrated, are essential for managing stress, self-care, and healing from personal and secondary trauma.

Learn dynamic mindfulness for both personal and professional stress resilience. This practice helps you to improve emotional regulation and increase well-being. In these classes, you will find different tools that are quickly accessible and easily implemented throughout the day.  This practice is for anyone interested in learning about Social Emotional Learning (“SEL”) practices that enhance stress resilience and emotional regulation.


Dynamic Mindfulness Foundations (Level 1)

This introductory training is for anyone interested in learning about transformative Social Emotional Learning (SEL) practices that enhance stress resilience and emotion regulation.  These skills can be used anytime, anywhere. This training gives an introduction to the practice and teaches you about stress and mindfulness, the science behind the practices, how these tools help with trauma, and interpersonal applications.

Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to:

  • Identify personal stressors and coping mechanisms
  • Utilize tools for stress-resilience that are personally optimal
  • Understand and explain the impact of chronic stress on the brain and behavior
  • Interpret the neuro-scientific basis of how Dynamic Mindfulness works
  • Describe how Dynamic Mindfulness can help mitigate the effects of trauma, including secondary trauma
  • Apply trauma-informed instruction to their Dynamic Mindfulness protocol


Dynamic Mindfulness Teacher (Level 2) 

Learn to teach Dynamic Mindfulness as a tool for stress resilience, increasing attention, self control, and emotional regulation.

This training will allow you to deepen your practice and learn how to integrate this practice into your professional life by teaching others.  Participants must have participated in foundations training.

Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the scientific basis of Dynamic Mindfulness through the lens of developmental neuroscience and somatic psychology
  • Identify and analyze the benefits of Dynamic Mindfulness as a tool for stress management, self-care, and healing from secondary trauma
  • Describe how Dynamic Mindfulness can enhance resilience, increase attention, self control, and emotion regulation of children, adolescents and adults
  • Design a lesson or client session that incorporates the Dynamic Mindfulness curriculum
  • Create a plan to integrate Dynamic Mindfulness into their professional practice
  • Apply trauma-informed instruction to their Dynamic Mindfulness protocol

Mental health

"I am very excited to say that my patients are benefiting from the training.  I have put a few poses with the breathing exercises on paper for them to utilize for sleep and to help calm their anxiety.  We are also taking just a short 5-6 minutes before they start treatments to just focus and breath and must say it helps them to get through the treatments with much less stress." 


"I had a patient call me the other night in tears, a bit on the hysterical side. took me a good 30 minutes but was able to help her breath till she stopped crying and was actually able to speak and then I was able to redirect her focus and she was able to then talk rationally and focus on a plan of action for the evening."




"I am teaching techniques to clients that I see as a case manager. Most if them are children so it's been fun walking them through a couple of the  poses, especially the ones to get rid of the excess energy. The responses have been positive. I've even invited the parents to participate in the instruction with reports that it is helpful for them also."

"I really like Dynamic Mindfulness. I think it is so empowering when people realize they have some element of control, especially because by the time I see them they feel like life is out of control. I believe it will also go hand in hand very nicely with EMDR because safety and stability is the groundwork before anything else can be done. DM is one way to achieve this."









"I'm using Dynamic Mindfulness everyday! Usually about 5 minutes.. the kids love it!!!"

"I've been using the practice for myself between classes and leading my kiddos every day. I've found that the more I do it myself, the more likely my students are to join me. This practice has been truly empowering. Everyone should know about this."

"I hit the ground running on Monday by teaching my 6th, 7th, and 8th graders a lesson on stress and a how-to on breathing techniques.  Some students were compliant and excited while others stood there awkwardly.  It was kinda funny, but I expected that.  I also taught my high schoolers on Saturday.  After showing them the Ragdoll position, one student said, "Miss, that looks kinda feminine".  I had to fight to hold back my laugh, but then I showed them a modification pose."






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