A First Aid Kit for Embodied Emotions


with Kate Shela + Amber Ryan
and guest teacher Monica Ramos Tapia
joined by Dr. Tiffany Grimes + Dr. John Huang


June 10th – 12th
on Zoom



Feelings are really the beginning and the basis of thinking. We think from feelings which allows us to collect evidence and decipher information and make decisions.


Brian Eno

Expand your somatic range of expression and understanding, so you can identify and familiarize yourself with your frequency of feeling.
Hone in on the Feelings that run your show and the wisdom they are offering you.
Recognize the Feelings of others so you are less provoked and can rest in the pulse of kind grace.


In The 360 we somatically explore the nuances and textures of many unique and simultaneous feelings that get under our skin, we learn from our own emotional terrain, and utilize this awareness to help create fulfilling in- joy-able lives.


If you are human, you are feeling. Period.

Let’s be sensate in our embodied wholeness.

In This Three Day Immersion You Will:

  • Experience embodied language for an array of feelings.
  • Create a personal inventory of your feeling arc and pulse.
  • Discover the relationship between the mind and the emotions.
  • Meet known and unknown feeling friends.
  • Cry, laugh and appreciate the human experience.
  • Go home with an embodied emotional first aid kit.


FEELINGS is part of the core curriculum for
The 360 Emergence and is required study for those entering The 360 Apprenticeship, and those who intend on applying for a future Apprenticeship training.



If you are new to movement practice, we highly encourage you to take some 360 Labs and other movement classes before registering for Feelings.


Recommended Reading:
Atlas of The Heart By Brené Brown

Guest Teacher

Monica Ramos

Monica Ramos Tapia is an experienced wellness specialist with a  history of working in the health and fitness industry. Highly regarded for founding successful wellness programs for new studios, hotels and reviving and rebranding established locations. With 20 years of teaching experience, Monica is skilled in Mindfulness, Wellness Coaching, Yoga, Therapeutic Massage, and Stress Management. Most recently, Monica worked for over a decade at the world renowned Harmony Hotel in Nosara as the Director of Well-Being, working closely with hotel guests, the community and hotel employees through workshops, one on one sessions and program development. Monica’s passion for awakening awareness through the body is rooted in the offering of Yin Yoga classes, a splendid balance for the dynamic practice of dance.

Tiffany Grimes

Dr. Tiffany Grimes holds a doctorate in Counseling Psychology from The University of Georgia and has specialized training in health and LGBTQIA2S+ issues. She has an expertise and passion for intersectional, multicultural inclusion and liberation. She was born and raised in Mobile, Alabama. Her southern roots and unique experiences across the globe have shaped her eclectic views and ability to deeply connect with others. Tiffany first became curious about mental health at a young age, as she and her family grappled with the misconceptions and realities of living with a loved one diagnosed with schizophrenia.  Tiffany is dedicated to serving individuals and communities that have historically been erased. Through holistic methods, her work aims to integrate the mind, body, and spirit to prioritize and optimize health and healing.

John Huang

Dr. John Huang is a clinical psychologist who obtained his Ph.D. from the University of California at Santa Barbara.  He specializes in working with trauma and depression. He has worked with combat veterans at the Long Beach VA since 2006 and also treats clients in his private practice.  He integrates holistic approaches such as meditation, tai chi, drum circle, and sound.  Dr. Huang enjoys playing didgeridoo and Native American flute to help clients ground and relax.  In 2005 he became an initiated Firekeeper as part of the Sacred Fire Community. He holds monthly ritual space for the community for the purpose of connecting and healing.  In 2019 he was initiated as a weather worker in the Nahua tradition of the central highlands of Mexico.  He takes part in ceremonies to ask for beneficial weather and express gratitude to the weather beings.

– Details –


Registration is open until
June 9th, 5pm LA time


Friday | 11am – 1pm LA Time
Saturday | 11am – 1:30pm & 2pm – 4pm LA Time
Sunday | 11am – 1:30pm & 2pm – 4pm LA Time

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On-Demand viewing is available for remote learning,
if your time zone or schedule prohibits you from joining in real-time.

Artwork by Sandra Canessa

If you have questions please email info@the360emergence.com