“I am blooming from the wound where I once bled”
~ Rune Lazuli
Come Home to Yourself
To Feel Deeply and Love Fiercely
To Embody and Honor Your Sacred Temple
For You Are a Wild Woman
Within You Dwells the Universe Itself
Oyámie Kali Ma’at is a Body-Oriented (also known as Somatic) Psychospiritual Healing Coach. She believes that the wisdom of the body can lead to profound discoveries.
Born and raised in West Africa, Oyámie Kali Ma’at spent most of her childhood in community gatherings of musicians, drummers, dancers and storytellers. Listening and Dancing to music became a foundation for her life.
She remembers always feeling happy when she danced and moved. Throughout her life, dance and movement have been central to her personal growth and healing. What she cannot express in words, she finds expression through dance and movement, revealing and healing anything.
A childhood trauma survivor. In her search for healing, she was called towards mindfulness practices. Since 2014, she has dedicated herself to practicing yoga, meditation, breath-work, attuning and looking to nature for guidance. Through her own exploration she begin incorporating Dance and Movement for emotional alchemy to be able to understand ways she could express and release them. Her teachings are a direct result of her own journey and lived experience. Through developing mind-body awareness, studying body-oriented psychotherapy and healing, Oyámie offers coaching and guidance for individuals and groups dealing with issues including trauma, sexual abuse, childhood wounds, shame, grief, addiction and life transitions.
Oyámie helps you to drop into your body to release, express, connect and to ease your mind. Her process enables you to feel the change from the very beginning. She is committed to a lifelong path of learning and understanding the divine nature of healing, creativity and the human spirit. Since 2016, she has studied and trained in Trauma Sensitive Yoga, Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE), Somatic Stress Release, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Brain Science in Yoga, Polyvagal Theory in Therapeutic Yoga, Somatic Experiencing and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. She has also completed over 500+ hours of Yoga Teacher Training.