Beauty Way Healing Arts

Harmonizing Inner and Outer Nature

Yoli Maya Yeh  is a Yoga & Shiatsu Therapist (AOBTA, VYASA, Yoga for the Special Child) and an Educator in Comparative Religions and Global Studies (MA Comparative Religious Ethics).  Yoli works at the intersection of Indigenous Preservation, Healing Arts and Social Justice through the design and implementation of experiential education-based Decolonization Toolkit.  Raised in her family's Native American spiritual teachings, Yoli spent twelve years of her young adulthood studying language, yoga, tantra, healing arts and meditation in India. A native of Chicago, she blends her understandings of Indigenous wisdom teachings, mind-body science, yogic discipline, and play into innovative learning programs for all ages and abilities. 

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Upcoming Courses 

$165/ Recordings Included 

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If you put your ears to the ground, you can hear them calling us home to rest.  The ancestors, in whose footsteps we walk, are here to support us in any way we need at this time and we are surely in need! As some of us have forgotten the way and perhaps have grown fear around communion with the ancestors, let this session be a way to begin to rehabilitate our vital relationship with the spirit realm as we call in support in our collective liberation effort.  Through the meditation form of Yoga Nidra we can remember how to do sacred dreaming and commune with the ancestor field of which we are a part.  Living in the world in such an isolated way has us humans thinking we are separate from the natural world.  As a result our disconnect with the spirit realm has become the norm and we are afflicted by it.  Healing is our birthright and we are not meant to go through  the lessons of life feeling alone and isolated.  Let us rehabilitate our capacity to heal, to deeply listen and to revel in what lies beyond the perceived limitations of this physical realm.  

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10 nights / $260/ Recordings Included

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We hold a restful space for communion with the divinity within and exploration of her sacred landscape.  As our human form is in the universal design of all things sacred, let us remember how to honor, rejuvenate and restore this gift and live our lives in its highest expression.  Our retreat aligns with the dates of Basantika Durga Puja, the springtime celebration of Ma and her  embodied teachings of love and compassion.  This course is inspired by the Dasha Mahavidyas, the 10 Great Wisdom Mothers and their embodied teachings of cyclic wisdom and stages of womanhood.   Each two-hour session will include a restful yoga nidra meditation and discussion and deep dive into one of the goddess archetypes.  Movement, ritual and a space for processing will also be a part of the experience.  The sessions will be recorded.  My invitation to you all is to co-create this retreat with me!  This is a space for you to bring your questions, queries and curiosities on Tantra and the Goddess so that we may demystify these Wisdom practices,  center their Indigenous origins and discover healing tools that reside within us all.   ALL ARE WELCOME! JAI MA!

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Decolonization: A Course for Yoga Nidra Facilitators 

May 14, 21 June 4 & 11,  10:00am-1:00pm CT

via Zoom/ LIVE 



This course is intended for folx who have completed any Yoga Nidra teacher training and wish to deepen knowledge in how the principles, components and practices of decolonization can be included in your personal yoga nidra practice and in the space holding of others. When we turn the lens of decolonization towards ourselves, a subject matter or a system, we open up possibilities to enact less harm, to acknowledge harm that has been done historically and to work collectively towards a liberated future. Since yoga is the science of liberation, it is essential we learn how to decolonize ourselves and the liberation tools we offer others. 

This course will use the Panca Kosa model (five dimensions of being) to explore decolonization in physical, energetic, mental/emotional, intellectual and spiritual dimensions. We are cultivating yogic insight into the process of embodied decolonization. 

Yoga nidra practice and facilitation will be a part of each class as well small group work and discussion. Upon completion of this course you will be able to explore topics that are relevant to your lived experience, to be able to include decolonization themes and practices in your nidras and generally show up with greater awareness of how you may be promoting systems of harm in your offerings. While this course will not solve everything and Enlightenment is not guaranteed, you will learn how to ask more questions and compel yourself to stay engaged in this dismantling process. 

Week 1 - Physical Dimension: The Body is the Meeting Place of the Work/ Survival Programming

Week 2- Energetic Dimension: The exchange with the natural world/ Nervous system/ PTSD/RBST/ Polyvagal

Week 3- Mental/Emotional Dimension: Dual-Non-Dual philosophy/ The Cultural Other/ Identity construct

Week 4- Intellectual & Spiritual Dimensions: Imagining Possibilities/ Survival Programming/ Futurism/ Collective Liberation

Weekly Movement Class Online in the Beauty Way Healing Arts Circle 

Join us in the Beauty Way Healing Arts Community Membership Space for weekly therapeutic movement that is rooted in Tantra, Yoga, Womb Yoga, Self-Healing and Martial Arts. It’s a practical complement to Sacred Cosmology of the Body. Classes are one hour in length and are recorded and archived. Warrior Woman training is a part of a membership so your commitment gains you access to so much more!! Check us out on the Might Networks App. 


Recorded Classes, Podcasts & Interviews 

Accessing our Emotions: Grief as a Superpower

A 6 part webnair for Be Strong Families Covid-19 support tools 

Modern Anarchy Podcast- What is Tantra? 

On today's episode, we have educator Yoli Maya Yeh (She\Her) join us for a discussion about the indigenous tradition and enlightenment practice of tantra. Together we talk about how the goddess became a tool of the patriarchy, the warped and reductionist notion of tantra under capitalism, and reaching every moment an orgasm.


Racism: There is No Spiritual Bypass Panel Discussion

A Hard Conversation hosted by Northshore Acupuncture Center

Together We Can! Yoni Shakti The Movement Upliftment Circle 

In Response: Interviews With Intriguing Internalizers 

Intersectionality in Action: Reclaiming Yoga as a Tool for Healing, Justice and Freedom 

with Uma Dinsmore-Tuli of Yoni Shakti 

Tantrik Gurukul & The Indigenous Roots of Yoga 

with Uma Dinsmore-Tuli of Yoni Shakti 

Check out Yoli featured in the July/August 2016  issue of Yoga Chicago Magazine:  

Tantra for Women: An Interview with Yoli Maya Yeh

Yoli in the Media