Dare to Know What you Love & Live it!
Suzanna Yahya Nadler is an energetic force that channels her power into teaching, counseling, movement, SoulWork and gardening at our new home in Lake Oswego. As a Movement Therapist, Group Leader, SoulWork Practitioner and Body Poet, she catalyzes others to find and honor their hearts’ passions, step into the center of life and relationships while bringing play into the process of embodiment.
Suzanna pursued movement as a healing art by getting her master’s in Dance/Movement Therapy after experiencing her own transformations through dancing. Her educational focus in developmental psychology alongside her study into shame and attachment theory bring a foundational understanding to her work with couples and individuals. Her background includes the psycho-spiritual Diamond Approach which broadened her body orientation with inquiry and focusing or sensing the body. Training and years of teaching the Enneagram brought greater compassion and understanding around our core motivations, illuminated the strengths and weaknesses of the three centers of the body (belly, heart and mind) and each person’s unique path toward wholeness. Currently SoulWork heals the relationships with the many aspects of self and creatively interfaces one’s inner life with the world.
On Suzanna’s Body Poet YouTube channel she posts information and experiential embodied practice videos to connect with the elements of earth, water, fire and air. Breath and somatic focusing are used to access presence and the larger field of who we are – open, compassionate, calm, confident. You are invited to participate or come to the Free Embodied SoulWork class on Mondays at 8:30am for a taste: Register . Check out her moving meditations and SoulWorks on YouTube.
Suzanna’s unique embodied presentations and performances invite others to explore knowing self and the world through the body. They include Creativity & Madness conferences, the Renfrew Center, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Wine & Psyche, and the Ashland Counseling Center.
Schedule her for a creative, interactional event designed for the needs of your presentation.
Email her for availability or call: 503-636-0373.