Self Regulation for Praxis


Today, the artist’s work and ability to use his potential more efficiently cannot be explained by education, discipline and regular rehearsal. Research conducted in the field of Neuroscience in Performing Arts has opened a whole new page in neuroscience on creativity, artist psychology, performer and audience dynamics.


As performers, there are moments when we feel like we have no control when there is an inconsistency in our performance or a blockage in the creative process. We have a new understanding on these performance problems and burnout syndromes which are frequently seen in performers. While this work teaches the artist how to use his emotional history safely and actively, it offers a new body awareness, breathing mechanism, a wide range of emotions and sensations.


For Whom ?

This work is for professional performing artists (actors, musicians i.e.),educators and future performing artists whom are still continue education.



In the practice, I offer you tools to help you discover clues from where you are limited or blocked by unconscious (habitual) gestures, limited expressions, fixed postures.


These patterns may be traces of past traumatic experiences and conflicting emotions. Particularly in acting, vicarious trauma can be the case behind blockage because performer  go through the bodily experiences of the character.


By working with the artist and the holding pattern based on movement and somatics, we try to find out what hinders the depth and originality of the performance. The exploration here allows the artist to make adjustments to help naturally change his breathing and movement. After these gentle interventions, the improvement and change in the performance we work with can be drastically observed.


You can get one-on-one counseling for this work especially when you are practicing for a piece or an audition, or you can request a workshop for your company or educational institution.

Body and Consent Education on Performing Arts


There has been a great awakening in the performing arts over the past few years regarding the health and safety of artists, both on stage and on screen. While nothing is accidental in performing arts practices, an awareness has developed that somehow we have very dark and very obscure practices.


Especially metoo movement, which started in US and influenced the world shed light on this dark area. As an effective and ethical step, a trauma informed code of conduct has been developed for the stage and screen to prevent harassment and bullying.


This code of conduct and the guidelines provides a framework for the stage and screen industries when creating, performing or recording performances of intimate scenes. Body and Consent Education on Performing Arts covers all stages of the creative process, from casting, auditions and pre-production, preparation, rehearsal, performance and post-production.


Body and Consent Training helps establish consent-based boundaries for artists in the performing arts world so everyone can be safe and creative as they experience the stories told on stage/screen.


These practices and guidelines considers performer’s rights  about giving or seeking consent and  create safe, dynamic and repeatable storytelling for all involved in the work.


Participants in Body and Consent Education on Performing Arts training also receive a comprehensive written guide that they can use in their practices for screen and stage.


For whom?

This training is for educators, performers (actors, dancers, etc.), future performers who continues their education, directors and producers, backstage and production technical team.


Cause ?

Above all, these trainings will change the performing arts industry for the better. Hopefully together we will create and advocate a consent based, safe and equitable environment for performing arts and screen.


Body and Consent Education on Performing Arts, covers all stages of the creative process, including casting, auditions and pre-production, preparation, rehearsal, performance and post-production.



YogART & YogACT  is a holistic movement training which focuses on scientific interpretation of ancient yoga practices, movement theories and movement practices in actors training. This work helps to recognize the full movement potential of the body, to recognize the socio-cultural effects that restrict the body’s mobility and psychomotor development, and to improve the ability to liberate them.


This work aimed to unite the mind body fragmentation formed over the years. The intellectual, sensory, emotional, physical impulses becomes clear and more traceable, and a new path is formed for it to translate into creative action.


The workshop covers the following topics to develop these skills:

Science of breathing and neuroscience

Sensory processing and interoception

Space / balance and momentum discovery

Relaxation, stretching, coordination skills

Deep muscle strengthening

Proprioseptive awareness and kinesthetic awareness

Building up artists self movement practices

Artist’s regulation


For whom?

This training is for professionals working in the field of performance art, educators and future performance artists who continue their education.



Original creativity begins with the artist’s self-definition. Scientific approach of the practices offers a new tool for this search and definition. The most important point in this training is to create a model for participants to continue their practice in everyday and artistic life, based on the scientific bases of yoga and other movement practices.

Reach Us

Contact us for your Private and Corporate Workshop or Training requests.