NeuroFlow Yoga

Brittany, RYT200, RCYT began practicing yoga (without realizing it!) over 20 years ago when she would perform gymnastics on cantering horses for national and international crowds. When teaching yoga, she combines her knowledge and passion of science, movement, and yoga into one cohesive experience. She  developed her own yoga course and workshop called NeuroFlow in order to help yogis better understand how yoga and meditation affect the brain.

Her new book The Neuroscience of Yoga and Meditation is now available for preorder at Target and Barnes and Noble. It will publish July, 2023.


Do you wonder how meditation and yoga affect the brain?

Do you want to know how meditation and yoga affect your body and mind? In the NeuroFlow workshop, you will learn about the neuroscience of yoga and meditation while moving your body.  Topics include:

  • How to approach yoga and meditation research
  • Introduction to the nervous system
  • Crash course on brain anatomy
  • Overview of the senses including vision, hearing, touch, smell, taste, and proprioception and how they relate to yoga and meditation
  • How movement works
  • The science of the breath
  • Exploration of the research on using yoga and meditation to improve symptoms of neurological and psychological conditions
  • Using yoga and meditation to enhance the experience of aging


“I loved the integration of movement and education. Brittany talking us through neural and physiological processes behind muscular movement was awesome and super interesting!” – Genevieve


“I liked the way the science was integrated into the movement of flowing. It was fabulous to be able to put more thought and awareness to mind-body connection”  – Kailey

This workshop can also be adopted for teachers in the school setting.


“Brittany is an excellent, knowledgeable presenter! She worked with K-5 teachers at our school about how and why to integrate mindfulness and mindful movement with our students. She taught us about our brain and body connection in a way that was accessible for our students. We especially enjoyed the brain hat activity.” – anonymous 

IMG_6250“She showed us experientially some fun ways to promote learning by getting kids connected to their breathing, their thoughts, and their body movements. She shared many useful tips and tricks from her experience working with children. We left the workshop with new tools in our tool-belts to bring to our classrooms the following day.” – Tiffany Randall, Inyo County Curriculum and Instruction Coordinator, Yoga Teacher, and Mom of three

This workshop is open to anyone (yoga instructors, health professionals, teachers, students, etc) interested in how yoga and meditation can affect the brain. Please do not hesitate to email me with any questions at brittanydfair at Gmail dot com.  ~Brittany Fair

Previous Workshops & Courses

Yoga Research & Beyond, virtual

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, Massachusetts

The Corner Studio, Medford, Massachusetts

Breathing Deeply Yoga Therapy School, Hudson, New York

Yoga for Girl Scouts, Athleta, Burlingame, California

Bishop County Public School District, Bishop, California

The Wellness Connection, Hout Bay, South Africa

Sierra Shanti, Bishop, California

Sangha Studio, Burlington, Vermont

Birth + Love + Family Festival, Bolton Valley Ski Resort, Bolton, Vermont

Grand Point North Music Festival, Burlington, Vermont

Arm Balance and Inversion Workshop, Sangha Studio, Burlington, Vermont