Feel, Move, Do ~ An Eastwest Somatics Workshop with Sondra Fraleigh

Eastwest Somatics Institute Presents Shin Somatics Movement Arts.

  • Bringing together elements of yoga, dance and movement studies, we will explore:
  • Effective Communication
  • Developmental Yoga and Meditation
  • Flow Patterning
  • Somatic Bodywork
  • Come prepared with your mat, and journal in hand ~ take notes and reflect on new pathways of understanding your connectivity to yourself and others!

October 27th!


Investment: $75

Yoga Workshop Signup

Learn more by contacting Kay Nelson at:
Phone: 435-467-3820
Email: kay.nelson@q.com

More information regarding Eastwest Somatics

About Sondra Fraleigh: Eastwest Institute features Shin Somatics® – an approach to healing and personal transformation developed by Sondra Horton Fraleigh through her teaching of dance and movement, integrative bodywork, philosophy and meditation. Her work is informed by her certification in the Feldenkrais® Method and CranioSacral Therapy – as also her study of Myofascial Release, Effective Communication, Japanese Butoh, Yoga, and Zen meditation.
For more than 30 years, Professor Sondra Fraleigh has been a leader in the study of movement and dance. She is professor emeritus of the State University of New York, College at Brockport, where she chaired the Department of Dance. Her innovative choreography based in somatics and inspired by butoh has been seen on tour in America, Germany, India, the UK, and Japan. She served as president of the Congress on Research in Dance, and as a Faculty Exchange Scholar for the State University of New York. Her articles have been published in texts on dance and movement, philosophy, somatics, and developmental psychology. Sondra is also the author of seven books! Learn more about Sondra’s life work  here

“As an educator, somatic movement specialist, and author, Sondra outshines them all. Her workshops are infused with brilliance that cuts to the core of somatic integration.”
~Eastwest Graduate Catherine Schaeffer,
Professor of Dance and Somatics