Harness the power of your sacred body
and free your wild soul
WELCOME TO THE SCHOOL OF SACRED EMBODIMENT
Everyone deserves to feel safe, alive, and at home in their body…
In the School of Sacred Embodiment we treat the body as a pathway, a portal, and a temple. This is a place to find ways to break free from the oppressive and outdated social and cultural systems and ideals that have dominated our lives. Here, we can finally allow the wisdom and love in our souls to lead instead. This is a place to cultivate and embody collective healing, joy, and liberation. Since 2013, the work at this school has focused primarily on women. As we move into our second decade, more of our offerings will be open to everybody.
Be the wild soul you’re meant to be…
Hi, I’m Elizabeth, Founder of the SoSE. At the root of almost everything that pains, distracts, stresses, and burdens us is a disconnection from our bodies and our souls.
This is not our fault. Most of us learn young to override our soul’s wisdom and intuition – or even worse, to fear them.
Sacred Embodiment helps us dissolve our fears, release distractions, and cultivate the unique peace and power our souls came to bring into this world.
Now, no matter how much the world tells us we should be able to figure this out on our own, we aren’t meant to. It’s a lifelong journey and we need each other.
SCHOOL OF SACRED EMBODIMENT
what we’re about…
“Compassion, complexity, and curiosity – when we can hold these things and continuously return back to them with each other, we can really go places. Places within ourselves and places together.”
“As many people know, when we toss around the word safety, I always like to make sure to be clear about something. People are too diverse to promise complete safety to everyone all the time. That’s not possible. But inclusivity and having an ethic of care, where compassion, curiosity, and willingness to dig in and do the work together when things come up – that is liberating for everybody involved.”
“It’s liberatory to get on the same team as your body instead of constantly abandoning it, ignoring it, and denying it what it needs or what it’s really, truly calling for.”
“We’re all interconnected, what we choose for ourselves is going to impact other people in some way…there’s also just the powerful, loving and compassionate intention that whatever we do for ourselves is considerate towards others, and also contributes to collective healing and liberation. When we use the word contribute…it isn’t about giving the most or doing the most or being super productive or perfect, or getting it right or doing it right. It’s just this really responsible awareness. It’s this emotionally mature spiritually, and energetically responsible awareness, that the work that you’re doing on yourself and your own life is having ripple effects.”
“We don’t set boundaries with people we’re not trying to keep around. We set boundaries when we’re actually hoping to continue connecting with people, but make it a better connection.”
“You’re not a better, more valuable, lovable person when you’re feeling good than when you’re feeling like shit. You’re still the same lovable, miraculous being here on this earth that absolutely deserves the same amount of care and respect as everybody else.”
“It’s liberatory to treat your body like you would any loved one in your life, with curiosity, compassion, and care. My invitation to you is always going to be to approach your body like it’s the complex and miraculous thing it is. Acknowledge all that it does for you every single day and work on your ability to hold these truths, along with any honest frustrations that you have with your body and learn to do that without making yourself wrong, bad, less than, unworthy, unlovable, broken, or any other stories that you might tell yourself or maybe that you have believed in the past, or maybe that you believe about other people…we’re talking about our relationships to our own bodies, but a big part of how we relate to our own bodies is how we relate to judge and perceive other people’s bodies as well.”
WILD SOUL SACRED BODY
This is the main portal for The School of Sacred Embodiment. It’s a year-long healing container for women who want to do their work in a grounded and inclusive community that feels like soul family.
Monthly Open Community sessions
Not up for another membership subscription or year-long commitment? I got you. Our monthly embodiment classes are open community. This means non-members can tune in at sliding scale rates anytime.
Known for her raw, honest, and nuanced approach to spirituality and the healing arts, Elizabeth DiAlto is an Embodiment Specialist, a Mystic, and host of the Embodied Podcast (3M+ downloads!). A native New Yorker of Puerto Rican and mixed-European descent, Elizabeth started her professional life in sales, then moved into health and fitness. In 2013 life finally called her to do her soul's work and she founded what has now evolved into the School of Sacred Embodiment. Her mastery is in teaching, facilitation, and communication with immense reverence, humor, and compassion. Everything she studies, practices, and creates is in service to collective healing and liberation. Elizabeth currently lives in Miami, is an avid Latin dancer, and has a laugh that has been described as "a sound bath of sunshine and joy."
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AM + PM SACRED EMBODIMENT RITUALS
Use the rituals to come home to yourself and the divine. Set yourself up for soul-filled clarity and focus in the morning, and deep, nourishing rest in the evening.
Praise & Love…
“As a woman lost in her mind all day, I am liberated by Elizabeth DiAlto’s teachings on returning to our bodies to rediscover ourselves. And she doesn’t just talk it — she EMBODIES it: You can feel her living & breathing (& dancing!) her message in every post — can’t wait to learn more from her.”
Glennon Doyle, NY Times Bestselling Author of Untamed, Love Warrior and Carry on Warrior
“Elizabeth is the real deal. She is a modern-day healer for those of us who are looking for a new approach to embodiment and spiritual practice. Not only is she just magical but she also is an amazing example of how to have a deep connection to spirituality while holding space for the realness of the world. I just love everything about her.”
Trudi Lebron, Founder of The Institute for Equity-Centered Coaching, Host of the Business Remixed Podcast
“Elizabeth is part mystic, part healer, and all love. Her embodiment work is an invitation to be in your body, move your body, express yourself, protect yourself, and deeply fall in love with every part of yourself from the inside out. My favorite part is there is beautiful bridge between sensuality, laughter, strength, and fierce boundaries. If you are a modern womxn with an old soul, you’ll find a new way of taking care of your body and the community you’ve been seeking.”
Jadah Sellner, Founder and Host of the Lead with Love Podcast
“Elizabeth DiAlto is a force of nature. She is a natural leader who brings honesty, vulnerability and humor to the exploration of sometimes difficult topics. An original thinker with a deep lust for life, Elizabeth inspires her community simply by being her authentic, raw, brave, ballsy, brilliant self. I encourage all of my clients to become a part of Elizabeth’s Wild Soul world and they are forever grateful.”
Terri Cole, Creator of Boundary Bootcamp, Author of Boundary Badass