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(Un)Becoming Practice

Get comfortable taking up space-
without feeling like you’re performing.

••an online group experience••

Here’s what I want for you...

Let go of how you're supposed to look, how you're supposed to move. 

Belong to yourself and know deep down that you matter. 

Know there are others who appreciate you in all your messiness. 

a woman in a long dress jumping in the air with her arms high and hair in motion

Let out your wildness

From an early age we've been told how to move--what's acceptable and expected. Right from the earliest years, we've been encouraged to quiet our impulses for the sake of others; when to go to the bathroom, when to eat, sitting still for hours on end and then we were were finally allowed to get wild, someone was always there to tell us HOW to get wild the RIGHT WAY. We have been conditioned to act with more consideration of others than for what is right within our own knowing. 


F*^& that! Our bodies are wise, and it's time to connect with our instincts and impulses.


Repair the gaze

(Un)Becoming Practice is the antidote to shame, self doubt and appeasement.


There are so many ways that we aren't supposed to act, look or behave. It can be really scary to show a different side of yourself--one that might not look so good.


 (Un)Becoming Practice can help you. This group online movement experience is designed to grow your comfort with taking up space, give you full autonomy in your movement, full confidence in your expression and the shift the culture around the way we support each other with regard. 

a blurry picture of a person moving towards the floor

Our body is the physical manifestation of our soul
         and movement is the expression of that.

Here's how we (Un)become:

one foot on the floor and the other reaching out to the side

(Un)Becoming Practice is designed to facilitate the emergence of what you have inside waiting to be expressed. This is a  slow and spacious place for you to connect with others who are also (Un)Becoming. 


  • Sessions are 90 min long and meet weekly or bi-weekly for a fixed time period.

  • I lead a warm-up that focuses on stimulating your senses and feeling present and embodied. 

  • We spend time getting comfortable being on camera, getting comfortable with movement with time to chat about what is coming up.

  • We practice listening to our internal impulse.

  • We move and not move as we please.

  • Time and space is given to connect with each other about our experience. 

  • Our group is intentionally small to uphold a sense of intimacy and ease.

  • These sessions are not recorded so you can feel free to experiment and show up exactly how you need to without worry that you’ll be captured out of context.


  • Registration includes 6-8 sessions. 

  • Before the first session you’ll receive a guide so you can prepare your space and your body for the experience. 

  • The live exchange is essential to the practice and would not translate to a recording. If you can’t make the sessions but would like to join the next round, sign up for the waitlist here.

The next cohort TBD


My name is Alora (she/her)

My journey to self love was not through mastery or control, it was by learning how to partner with my flaws and imperfections. When I learned how to stop fixing myself that's when things really turned around for me. 

I believe this work is exactly what we need at this time--especially those of us who mask parts of ourselves for others.

Click here if you would like to know more about my training or my lineage.

a photo of Alora dressed in brown and gold looking into the camera. She has one knee up, her elbow resting on her knee and her head resting on her hand
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