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Shake Your Soul Teacher Training The Yoga of Dance

For everyone.

Discover a completely natural way of moving that connects you to your inherent fluid nature through the Shake Your Soul® Teacher Training. Experience how music moves your soul and how your soul moves your body! Experience transformation of body and spirit as you dance with ease, power, sensuality, passion, and grace.

This training with master teacher Dan Leven develops the skills you need to guide Shake Your Soul classes. Come learn

  • How to lead dynamic dance classes that shift people’s relationship to their bodies and souls.
  • A comprehensive repertoire that awakens the natural dancer in everyone
  • A dynamic class design that combines structured movement with creative movement exercises
  • Improvisational techniques that encourage a love of movement and the joy of dancing with others.

Bring home this profoundly liberating experience and lead your students toward a sense of inner communion as they discover a vibrant community of dance.

Note Tuition includes a manual and training DVD. This is Level 1 of Dan Leven’s two-part Shake Your Soul teacher training. Level 2 must be completed within 18 months to retain your certification. For more information, visit leveninstitute.com

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
None
Suitable For
All
Program Theme
All Creative Expression
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Shake Your Soul


Presenter(s)

Dan Leven, RSMT, MPC, a Kripalu faculty member for more than 35 years, trains Registered Somatic Movement Therapists through his Shake Your Soul® and SomaSoul® programs.

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Heather Bilotta, RSMT, is a Kripalu YogaDance® teacher, Shake Your Soul® instructor, SomaSoul® practitioner, and Registered Somatic Movement Therapist.

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Sage Brody, MPC, RSMT, a dynamic and inspirational Shake Your Soul® teacher and SomaSoul® Somatic Therapist, is a faculty member at Kripalu and the Leven Institute for Expressive Movement.

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