Mira Koerner-Safrata

I first remember doing yoga as a very young child, reading from a book with my mother we imitated the shapes. It was not until 10 years ago I slid beyond the veil of yoga-as-performance into yoga-as-life.

Taking my work off the mat, integrating conscious breath awareness at any point in the day, and actively seeking a widening of my container during mundane tasks have been a life-giving game changer.

I approach all embodied work with a focus on applying the practice to everyday situations. I also create space for nature connection and meld practices such as meditation into nature explorations.

I hold a BA in Clinical Psychology and am awaiting registration for Acupuncture. A long-time interest in alleviating psychological and physiological suffering has led me to ancient practices.

I was certified in 2020 with a Hatha Yoga 250 teacher training as well as Qi Gong practice. I have been keeping these as a personal oasis and am delighted as I shift back into teaching.

A Life of Training, and a First Breath of Connection

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2024 Courses with Dr. Michael Smith

Beginning April 8, 2024

Learn the skills, practices, and principles necessary to safely and successfully guide others through several kinds of Qi Gong Classes.

The 200 Hour program includes three levels:

One- Embodied Awareness

Two – Traditional Forms and Applied Principles

Three – Inner Refinement

Welcome to the 200-Hour Qi Gong Teacher Training Program