Nila Mechali Berger is an Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT200) with certifications in trauma-informed yoga, elite athlete work, and mindfulness training. She has worked with the Johns Hopkins Athletic Department since 2014, and with the Homewood Counseling Center since 2016. She believes there is a personal meditation through movement and breath, both on the yoga mat and off, and works to create a space where her students can make their practice their own.
Please note that any form of exercise can put you at risk for injury. Listen to your body when selecting your level of challenge, always give yourself time to warm up before exercise, and stretch as needed when the session is ended.
This beginner-friendly video, created for Johns Hopkins students, explores mindfulness through the five senses. No special equipment is required, although you may find that practicing the exercises on a mat or blanket feels more comfortable.
This video takes practitioners through a mindful 40-minute vinyasa yoga flow. Both beginners and more advanced students can enjoy this adaptable yoga sequence. No special equipment is required, although you may find that practicing the exercises on a mat or blanket feels more comfortable.