If you are just beginning your journey with The Power Within Healing…
Online membership gives you the freedom to participate on an “as-you-wish” basis. The low-cost monthly subscription provides access to an abundance of video content focused on self-care and stress relief.
Or if you are moving through a life transition…
Self-study courses offer guidance for healing your energy through somatic therapy, meditation, and breathwork. These courses can help you come home to yourself as you move you into the next phase of your life with love and acceptance.
Or if you have come here to heal others…
I have designed a mentorship program to teach you how to create a safe space for anyone moving through adversity. I based this program on my years of private coaching, Kundalini Yoga & Meditation, and my background in psychology and trauma informed care. In addition, I offer online courses that help you deepen your self-care practice. As you do your work to heal, you can show up more fully in service, and together we can shift collective consciousness.
“Hi, I’m Nicole.
I’m an energy healer who integrates somatic therapy, meditation and breathwork.”
Nicole Smith Levay is an experienced yoga teacher and teacher trainer (E-RYT, YACEP, 700hr+), somatic therapist for women healing from trauma, workshop facilitator at esteemed venues like Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, and lifelong improvisational dancer. She holds a MA Somatic Psychology from California Institute of Integral Studies. Using her training and experience, she guides Kundalini Yoga classes and workshops, YogaWorks hatha yoga inspired classes, transcendental movement experiences, and Breathwork Circles. Her specialization is in learned emotional regulation, trauma informed care, pain recovery, astrological themes, and embodied spiritual connection. She imparts dedication and reverence to yogic philosophy and historical lineages.
There I was, a thirty year old, after what felt like a lifetime of working hard, working intelligently, working creatively… didn’t matter… there I was… laid out and unable to move… on my boyfriend’s couch — for WEEKS. He and my mother were taking turns helping me get to the bathroom! It was embarrassing. It felt like I was dying. People around me were very concerned. And it was true, parts of me WERE dying.
About two weeks ago I first heard of the abuse allegations made against Yogi Bhajan in a recently published book, and while I was saddened, I was not shaken. It has taken me time to formulate my own feelings and thoughts separately from the masses. I noticed I was waiting for my personal teachers to speak, and realized I am somehow missing the point and needed to voice my own opinion.