​Amy trained in Vinyasa Flow Yoga with Roger and Albina Rippy of YogaOneHouston, Restorative Yoga with Jillian Pransky at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, Prenatal Yoga with Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa of Golden Bridge Yoga, Santa Monica, and Traumatic Stress, Resiliency and Healing through Yoga with Yoga International.

Her empathy and compassionate teaching style leaves her students feeling nurtured and confident

to get through another day, or at least to get through this one.

Feel Better With Yoga has partnered with The Restorative Center for mind, body, spirit and Restorative Fitness and Nutrition, bringing together psychotherapy, nutrition counseling, fitness, and yoga/meditation, and massage therapy all under one roof, offered separately or collaboratively, depending on one's needs and goals.  


First Breath

Amy is a Registered Nurse, an Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher-200, a Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher, and writer whose passion lies in healing others.

She believes that everyone, including the inflexible, the injured, the elderly, the sedentary, the chronically ill and the stressed or anxious, can do yoga because the foundation of yoga lies in the breath, and everyone breathes.  

No matter your needs or limitations, you will benefit.  In part due to the physical movements, but in greater part due to yoga's ability to help us to calm and self-soothe.


Yoga is for everyone.

Amy C. Bradley, RN, BSN, RYT-200, RPYT

For information about 

therapy and counseling, 

visit www.restorativecentermbs.com


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For information about 

nutrition and fitness, visit www.restorativefitnessandnutrition.com