Somatics Workshop: Relieving “Tech Neck”                                             

Presented by Nancy Nesyto-Freske

Wednesday, August 21st from 12:30 – 2:00 pm

Cost: $30.00

Somatics workshops now offered on a monthly basis!

What is Somatic Movement? In general, a somatic movement is performed consciously with the intention of focusing on the internal experience of the movement rather than on the external appearance of the movement. These gentle movements are performed very slowly and mindfully.

 What is Clinical Somatics? Clinical Somatics is a neuromuscular education that uses the groundbreaking technique of pandicluation to retrain muscle memory and relieve pain.

What Can I Expect from this Class? In this month’s class, we will focus on the postural phenomenon of “Tech Neck”. This is the common posture seen in today’s society that stems from the habitual use of technology. The head pokes forward and shoulders round causing neck and shoulder strain, as well as, restricted ability to breathe deeply. Somatic movements will be taught to prevent development of “Tech Neck” and to relieve symptoms and improve posture.

For those of you who are new to Somatics, no prior experience is necessary. You’ll spend the entire class laying on the floor moving slowly and gently. Everyone should expect to feel great after the class. You will receive a handout describing how to perform movements on your own outside of class.

Registration: Go to the Workshops page on the Yoga 4 All website or through the MindBody app. Please register and pay online prior to the date of the workshop. If you have difficulty with this, register by contacting Marie Coakley 262-719-0422 or email her at and pay with cash, or check on the day of the event. No credit card payments will be accepted on the day of the workshop.

  • (Thank you for your understanding as there will not be any studio staff available to help Nancy process payments on Aug 21.)


Guided Meditation & Gong Bath

with Mary Beth Rezek

Wednesday, September 18th, 7:00pm – 8:00pm


Enjoy a guided meditation while relaxing in a supported reclined position, traditionally referred to as “yoga nidra” or yogic sleep. This deep meditative practice will leave you feeling relaxed and open. The gong will be played to reduce stress, slow respiration, and lower heart rate. Your entire body will be fine tuned to a state of balance, consciousness expanded and awareness heightened. The binaural beat singing bowls will also be played.

Register and pre-pay through the MindBody app or through our online schedule. Please contact Marie Coakley 262-719-0422, or  in regard to registration questions for this event. Studio pass does not apply for this event.


Join Marie Coakley in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan for a
Fall Yoga Retreat 
September 26 – 29th

Tamarack Lake

Enjoy a restful 3 night stay at the Coakley Cabin on beautiful Lake Tamarack near Watersmeet, Michigan located right over the Wisconsin border a 45 minute drive north of Eagle River. Arrive in the beauty of the Ottowa State Forest on Thursday afternoon Sept. 26th depart the afternoon of Sunday, Sept. 29th.

Retreat includes: 

Morning and evening yoga classes, journaling, guided meditation and mindfulness exercises. Simple hearty morning and evening meals included beginning with dinner Thursday evening through brunch on Sunday. *(Bring your own snacks, favorite drinks and lunch items.) Outdoor activities on your own including rest and relaxation by the lake, soaking in the spectacular fall colors, hiking, biking, canoeing, paddle boarding, campfires, arts and crafts. Kayak rentals available upon request.


Main Cabin includes 4 upstairs bedrooms and a bunk room in the lower level. There are 2 and a half baths. The half bath is on the upper level. The main and lower levels have full baths. Love Shack is a separate private cabin with it’s own deck. Love Shack occupants use the lower level bath only a short walk away. Laundry facilities available if needed. Room sharing can be arranged by connecting participants with other attendees.

Love Shack – Queen bed (no bathroom so you need to use main cabin facilities)
King bed for couple (2 rooms available in upper level)
Full bed single or couple upper level
Private single room upper level
Twin bed room for two upper level
Bunk room 4 people sharing one room in lower level (3 single beds and a futon.)

Local Areas of Interest:
Bond Falls Waterfall Hike
Paulding Light Night Adventure
Sylvania Outfitters

Investment in Yourself: $300.00 per person
Reserve your room choice today!
Contact Marie at 262-719-0422 or respond to this email.

Coakley Cabin in Autumn

Main Cabin & Love Shack

Lake view from shoreline

Campfire Area

Relax, unwind and discover the healing beauty of nature!

Registration:  Contact Marie Coakley at 262-719-0422 or  email her at

A deposit of $150.00 is requested to reserve your room. You are also welcome to pay in full. $300.00, if that works for you. In the regrettable case of the need to cancel, a full refund will be provided if notified by Sept. 12th (2 weeks prior to the retreat). Final payment is due upon arrival.



Trauma Center – Trauma Sensitive Yoga Foundations Training

 Presented by Keri Sawyer

Friday, November 15th – Sunday, November 17th

Cost  $365.00 (10% Discount offered for Students with ID)

Trauma Center Trauma-Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY) is an intervention based on research from The Trauma Center in Boston, MA. TCTSY is an evidence-based adjunct treatment for complex trauma (sometimes called chronic, treatment-resistant Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and is the only yoga-based practice accepted by SAMSHA and NREPP.

This 20 hour training is designed for social workers, mental health clinicians, yoga teachers, educators, and health care professionals who are looking to deepen their understanding of the whole-system impact of complex Trauma. The course will emphasize the core components of the practice and process of Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga and will provide specific tools to support participants to facilitate trauma sensitive movement and breath practices that are vital to the healing process of complex trauma. Through developing an understanding of complex trauma, attachment theory, and the neuroscience underpinning the TCTSY methodology participants gain skills that support healing from long term trauma. Participants will learn to foster this anti-oppressive approach to healing through a trauma informed lens. Group lecture, practice through movement and breath as well as group practicum will be offered. This weekend training qualifies as the prerequisite to apply for the 300-hour Trauma Center Trauma-Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY) Certification Program.

About the trainer:

Keri Sawyer is a licensed Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY) trainer and facilitator through the Center for Trauma and Embodiment in Boston, MA and is a 500 hour Yoga teacher in Alignment Yoga. Her main focus is to provide TCTSY to trauma survivors of all ages, train yoga teachers and clinicians in TCTSY, and also to provide research based information on TCTSY and trauma informed treatment to the therapeutic world. She currently facilitates TCTSY as an adjunctive treatment to pre-teens, adolescents, young adults, and adults who suffer from complex trauma and treatment resistant PTSD in clinical settings. She oversees the implementation of TCTSY into therapeutic models in select clinical and residential treatment programs across the country along with training and consultation for therapists, yoga teachers and health professionals.

Keri provides informational sessions and 20 hour Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga trainings to agencies and communities. Her passion is to provide an opportunity for survivors of trauma to have an authentic present moment experience with a safe and predictable felt sense of their body so they can connect with themselves and others.

Course meets at the following times at Yoga 4 All Studio
(208 East Oak Crest Ave. Wales, Wisconsin 53183)

Friday, November 15th from  7:00 pm – 9:00 pm (Check in, Orientation & Overview)

Saturday, November 16th 10:30 am – 6:30 pm

Sunday, November 17th 9:00 am – 6:00 pm

(Space Limited to 20 Participants)