Beauty Way Healing Arts

Harmonizing Inner and Outer Nature

Yoli Maya Yeh  is a Yoga & Shiatsu Therapist and an Educator in Comparative Religions and Global Studies: MA Comparative Religious Ethics.  

She works at the intersection of Indigenous Preservation, Healing Arts and Social Justice and is co-founder of DEIcipher Group.  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 and continues to travel and teach around the globe. 

Yoli holds transformative healing space for especially hard to treat, autoimmune, chronic conditions, unexplainable, undiagnosable, compound situations.  She is devoted to healing for women and birthing bodies and offers supportive space for grief, loss, birth loss, traumatic birth experiences and the spiritual dimension. 

IG- @yoliyogini   Email yolimaya@gmail.com for bookings. 

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Upcoming In Cambridge, England

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This immersion orients you to a map of the embodied path we must traverse in order to liberate yoga and wellness tools from their capitalist entrenchment and how to enter the realm of transformative justice. Our approach to learning is rooted in a decolonized framework, Indigenous methodologies, is BIPOC centered and utilizes experiential pedagogy.

This is not your average unpack-your-privilege workshop. This is a deep dive into theory and practice of how we move from defining the problem to resourcing ourselves for the journey. Together we co-create the potential that collective healing is possible.

It is time to dismantle inequitable cultures in the wellness industry and call out the rampant misappropriation of spiritual and wellbeing tools into weapons of self-hypnosis, gaslighting, spiritual bypass and abuse.

This course is appropriate for yoga & meditation teachers, healers, wellness practitioners, massage therapists, chiropractors, East & South Asian medicine practitioners, physical therapists, occupational therapists, social workers and nurses.

 

Activities include:

 

What We Learn:

 

1:1 Sessions:

 

During her time in Cambridge, Yoli is available for 1:1 sessions in our Wellbeing Rooms. Options include a transformative shiatsu bodywork session or mentorship session. £80/hour.

 

1:1 Sessions are available on:


~ Thursday 11th July - 3pm - 4pm, 4.30pm - 5.30pm and 6pm - 7pm

~ Friday 12th July - 11am - 12pm, 12.30pm - 1.30pm, 2pm - 3pm and 3.30pm - 4.30pm

~ Sunday 14th July - 3pm - 4pm and 4.30pm - 5.30pm

 

To book, please email us at Info@satyamyogacentre.com with 3 choices of dates and times. Pre-payment directly to Yoli will secure your booking.


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In order to dream the future we must become time travelers. Join in community for an evening of storytelling, play, rest and renewal as we keep the fires of our hearts burning in a time of great change. We invite the wisdom of the ancestors and the land to help reconnect us to the strength and resilience within. Through rest tools we equip ourselves to navigate the unknown and hold the impossible paradoxes. Pleasure and joy walk alongside grief and sadness, let us be in the celebration of all that it is to be human!

 

1:1 Sessions:

 

During her time in Cambridge, Yoli is available for 1:1 sessions in our Wellbeing Rooms. Options include a transformative shiatsu bodywork session or mentorship session. £80/hour.

 

1:1 Sessions are available on:


~ Thursday 11th July - 3pm - 4pm, 4.30pm - 5.30pm and 6pm - 7pm

~ Friday 12th July - 11am - 12pm, 12.30pm - 1.30pm, 2pm - 3pm and 3.30pm - 4.30pm

~ Sunday 14th July - 3pm - 4pm and 4.30pm - 5.30pm

 

To book, please email us at Info@satyamyogacentre.com with 3 choices of dates and times. Pre-payment directly to Yoli will secure your booking.


Upcoming Online  

EARLY BIRD PRICING UNTIL JUNE 23 - CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS AND INFORMATION 

Inviting people of the global majority population into a specially designed container to equip you with a unique set of yoga nidra skills. For ourselves, we dedicate this course to our rest and healing from systems of oppression that separate us from the wisdom that resides in this body. For our students and clients, we equip ourselves with an expanded skills set to address the unique needs of populations who experience a disproportionate amount of harm through race-based stress and trauma. 


The Total Yoga Nidra Teacher and Facilitator Training trains yoga teachers and others to teach and facilitate yoga nidra with confidence in class settings, one-to-ones, and for a range of therapeutic applications. Uniquely amongst yoga nidra trainings, it offers Total Yoga Nidra, a comprehensive, inclusive and non-dogmatic approach to yoga nidra that respects and explores not only a range of practice methods, but also acknowledges a variety of different levels of experience during yoga nidra.



This training builds upon the proven design by Uma Dinsmore-Tuli and Nirlipta Tuli of Yoga Nidra Network and is enhanced with Yoli Maya Yeh’s knowledge on decolonization, restorative justice and healing praxis. This course will facilitate a unique arc of the comparative, creative and experiential aspects of the Total Yoga Nidra approach with nuanced content that speaks to the lived experiences of Black, Brown, Indigenous, People of Color. This course offers both practical training and personal and professional development.  


We acknowledge: 

Not all people are comfortable with the term BIPOC and do not use it to identify themselves. We use it here as a descriptor for people from the various cultures of the world who are systematically marginalized by the dominant cultural paradigm of white supremacy. You may identify as a person of color and be white passing, be of mixed cultural heritage and/or not know your ancestral origins. This course will center the voice, culture, expertise and knowledge of BIPOC peoples and highlight the nuanced experiences of BIPOC peoples in rest experiences.  


If you are a BIPOC person who has taken the Total Yoga Nidra Teacher and Facilitator training before, in person or online, you are welcome to join the course at 50% of the cost.  Please email bookings@thesource.co to for the sign up link.


Please note that his course will be supported by two administrative contributors who are not BIPOC.  


You must have completed the pre-requisite Total Yoga Nidra Online Immersion course before beginning this course.

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Do you teach/facilitate yoga nidra live and/or online?

Do you wish to become more creative in your guiding of this practice live and/or online?

Do you want to become more intuitive and responsive in the ‘scripts’ you share with your clients and yoga nidra classes live and/or online?

Then this is the course for you.

It’s a practical, inspiring and grounded approach to accessing more intuitive and creative methods of sharing yoga nidra. It shares methods for offering creative and intuitive yoga nidra both live and online.

Designed and delivered by Uma Dinsmore-Tuli PhD and Yoli Maya Yeh Joseph MA, who bring together over fifty years of yoga nidra facilitation experience to shine light on simple and practical ways for facilitators to increase confidence in their intuitional creativity for the preparation and sharing of total yoga nidra.

This course is suitable for Yoga Nidra Teachers and Facilitators who have completed any Yoga Nidra Teacher Training.

You will learn:


Topics Covered in this Curriculum:


Self-Led Learning

Prerecorded course in the  Beauty Way Online Institute syllabus - A foundation course. Info HERE

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.

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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

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