On any given week, as many as 50 individuals practice with me. Some of these individuals practice with me privately, and some of them come to my group classes online or at my home studio, by the Dallas Arboretum in East Dallas.
In-Person Somatic Yoga Classes
June & July Classes
Monday, June 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th
Monday, July 11th & 25th
*No Monday class on July 4th & 18th
June & July Classes
Saturday, June 11th & 18th
Saturday, July 16th & 30th
Where: My Home Studio in East Dallas, once you sign up you will be given the address
Contact me to sign up or if you have any questions regarding the in-person classes and the latest Covid Precautions.
On Going Live Streaming –
Somatic Yoga Classes
*No online class on Monday, July 4th & 18th*
Where: your very own home
Cost: $15/class* + recording
Follow along as I talk you through a somatic yoga practice. You will be able to watch me demonstrate the movements and sequences, and hear my instruction and cues. This a way to have a scheduled time to practice and be in community with each other. If you cannot attend the live class, I record every class and can send that to you.
Contact me to sign up
To schedule an online or in-person private session with me, contact me.
Examples of Previous Workshops
- Explore the Endocrine Glands
- Remembering the Basic Neurocellular Patterns
- Move from your fluid system
- Find the Balanced Joint Space in all of your joints
- Digestive Tube and Embryology
- Developmental Yield/Push/Reach/Pull patterns
- Balancing the Contents and the Container: Organ System Support
- Moving from the diaphragms: pelvic, thoracic & soft palette
What is Somatic Yoga?
Somatic Yoga is an inquiry-based experiential yoga practice that explores the possibility of movement initiated from the various body systems, such as bones, organs, cells, fluids, to name a few. In this class, we utilize embodied anatomy, developmental movement, embryological study and the principles of yoga to help bring a greater sense of awareness, curiosity and clarity to each moment, movement and breath. This internal approach is a practice that can support and awaken the body in ways that bring a sense of balance, integration and ease to the many layers of the body, inside and out. If you are curious about repatterining your tissues and nervous system, developing a conversation with your internal body from a felt sense experience, and in awakening your relationship to yourself, this is the practice for you. All levels are welcome.