• February 26–March 3, 2017
  • Sunday–Friday: 5 nights

Stand in Your Power A SomaSoul Training Workshop

For healing professionals and individuals looking to deepen their personal healing journey.

Experience the power of your presence through SomaSoul® practices that ground you in your body and energy. Standing your ground and landing inside yourself are life skills you need to successfully navigate any relationship and they are especially important for therapists, healers, and those training in SomaSoul: Somatic Expressive Therapy.

In the busyness of life, rushing through never-ending tasks and responsibilities, you can lose your capacity to be present. This program helps you to embody the mantra, “I am here within myself as I am here with you.” Practice Somatic Yoga and qigong to energize your pelvis, root center, and legs, and learn to be with others as you land in the power of your presence.

SomaSoul: Somatic Expressive Therapy is a Training Program that aligns your personal growth with your professional development. You learn a powerful modality and processes that bring mindfulness and healing to the emotional body. These programs can be taken individually for personal development or as part of a larger training to become a SomaSoul Practitioner or Registered Somatic Movement Therapist.

Note Receive 10 percent off the entire series when you sign up for all four modules prior to the first training. Please call 866.200.5203 to register.

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
Suitable For
Program Theme
All Self-Discovery and Psychology


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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Special Guest

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

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Special Guest

Sage Peeler, RSMT, a dynamic and inspirational dance teacher and movement therapist, is a faculty member at the Leven Institute for Expressive Movement.

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