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This specialty class is a nonjudgmental playground to empower you to experience creating genuinely from your heart, releasing self-limiting inhibitions and strengthening your courage to shine your light in everyday life through your body as instrument. You’ll warm up with guided Vinyasa Flow for all levels using familiar movement vocabulary and breath awareness and ease into a facilitated exploration of your personal kinesthetic tools for expression. You’ll ride the wave of each moment, musical rhythm and breath, as your body feels open to play with spontaneity. Encouraged to cross the boundaries of conditioned moving, you’ll practice allowing pure energy to flow through you. All experience levels of movement are welcome, as diversity enriches the community space to promote self-acceptance.
Read more about Soul Movement, or Freeform Movement Meditation, on our blog here.
As a dancer, runner and all-around body mover, I've discovered that my most rewarding practices of meditation have been through mindful movement. In these moments, I’ve arrived at creative insights, detoxified from negative emotions, released stagnant energy (mentally or physically), filled up with teary-eyed joy for simply being alive and learned to listen to, love and appreciate my body and its inherent wisdom. It’s been an empowering practice of inner connection to the greater universal flow of life, where I've played with trying solutions for challenging decisions and learned to let go and trust my inner being and universal consciousness, or source. In freeform breath-led soul movement, I've found inner stillness, and I'm inspired to share this liberating practice with you.
What Our Clients Are Saying
Michelle clearly stands out with her beautiful and bright energy. I love how her practice and teaching encompass body, mind and spirit. She not only teaches yoga but lives and exudes it. -Marianne Manes (Los Angeles, CA)
My first yoga class was with Michelle years ago. You can have the best (yoga pose) sequence and not teach from your heart. With Michelle, I also feel her passion when I'm in her class. I can see she loves what she does, and she inspired me to want to teach yoga, too. -Janette Guzman (Northridge, CA)