Online Program

Cultivating Healing Wisdom A Music, Movement, and Mindfulness Immersion


How do we build wisdom? How can you share your wisdom with others? These are just some of the central questions you will be exploring in this four-week online workshop series with yoga teacher and musician Nichol Chase and guest teachers Dr. Daniel Siegel, Wah!, and Arawana Hayashi.    

Join these powerful teachers as they guide you through the wisdom building map framework—the aim of which is to create a sonic, somatic, and superconscious sanctuary for learning and healing. Through music, movement, and mindfulness, you will 

  • Engage in practices of individual, relational, and collective healing 
  • Develop inner resources that help you face challenges skillfully 
  • Access the components of your inner strength and resilience   
  • Cultivate healthy responses to stressors. 

The wisdom building map framework encompasses both theory and practice for healing-centered pedagogy, opening the way for you to access the components of your inner strength and resilience. 

Note Class recordings will be available within 72 hours of the end of each session. You will have access to the video recording(s), as well as an email address for questions, for 30 days after the program ends. 

Preview the Sessions

Session 1 Mindfulness through the lens of interpersonal neurobiology 

Session 2 Movement through the lens of social presencing theater  

Session 3 Music through the lens of the yoga of sound 

Session 4 Integration of the components of the Wisdom Building Map

Program at a Glance

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All Self-Discovery


Nichol Chase is a teacher, musician, and yogi for whom singing and movement is integral to life. Her artistic experience includes more than a decade of Royal Academy ballet training and specialization as an operatic coloratura soprano.

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Daniel J. Siegel, MD, is clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine and codirector of the Mindful Awareness Research Center.

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Arawana Hayashi’s work as a choreographer, performer, and educator is deeply sourced in awareness-based collaborative improvisation. She is a cofounder and senior faculty of the Presencing Institute where she heads the creation of Social Presencing Theater.

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Wah! has taught retreats, workshops, and yoga teacher training modules for over 25 years. Fans find a connection with her meditative wisdom and use her teachings for personal growth and healing.

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