Selah® is a national tantric healing arts and conscious lifestyle & relationship coaching practice based in Boulder, CO.
Our certified network of Selah® Tantric Healing Artists offers unparalleled, authentic Tantric Therapy in major cities across the US.
Rooted in the foundation that we are all inherently well, Selah® offers various modalities to:
1. compliment our body's natural ability to self-heal the body, mind & spirit from past traumas
2. find balance in our present lifestyle
3. continue evolving towards the unique, abundant life accessible to us all
Andrea Jayne Martin, STHA, CYT, Certified Intuitive Dao Tantric Healing Artist & Coach
Andrea Jayne Martin is an eclectic healing artist, yogi, mover, creator, and wellness enthusiast based in Boulder, CO. She developed the Selah® technique in 2011, and upon its official establishment in 2013, she began guiding sessions, classes, workshops, and trainings nationwide and currently certifies and plants Selah® Tantric Healing Artists all over the country.
Andrea Jayne is a graduate of Rhode Island College with a B.A. in Dance as well as a B.A. in Performing Arts Management. She also holds a Certificate in Non-Profit Studies in addition to a Minor in International Non-Governmental Organization Studies and was the recipient of a 2015 Rhode Island College Leadership Award in the category of "Vital Contribution to the Community." She holds certifications in Selah®, Kripalu, and Stand-Up Paddle Board (SUP) Yoga as well as Intuitive Dao Tantra and is CPR/ AED certified. She serves as Founder and President of 501(c)3 nonprofit holistic wellness advocacy organization Seeds of Wellness (SOW), Inc. and is also the Artistic Director of ethereum dance co.
A freelance dance educator, choreographer, and performer, Andrea is passionate about creating performance art pieces that speak to wellness and sociopolitical issues. She integrates the Selah® technique into her dancing and also derives inspiration from dance for new posture progressions and flows in her yoga practice. Her approach in both forms is symbiotic between body and soul- encouraging full immersion in movement. Both listening to the body and connecting the mind are essential companions in forming a deeper understanding of the body and our internal relationship to its physicality. Andrea's teaching style balances sound technical training with an emphasis on safe, anatomical practice and dynamic, progressive exercises for all levels.
Andrea has had the privilege of working with renowned artists/ mentors Heather Ahern (Aereplaye), Rika Alexander- assistant to Twyla Tharp, Nathan Andary, Jennifer Archibald (Arch Dance Company), Joseph Arroyo (Arroyo & Co.), Winifred R. Harris (WRHBL), Adrienne Hawkins, Ronald Lewis (Low Mountaintop Collective), Melissa Lui of Daniel Phoenix Singh’s Dakshina, Deb Meunier (Fusionworks), Eva Marie Pacheco (Providence Ballet Theatre), Jessica Pearson, Jenny Rocha (Painted Ladies), Kathy Gordon-Smith, Franca Telesio (Contemporary Dance Theatre of London), Bill Wilson, and Angelica Vessella.
Liz Hargett, STHA
Liz was drawn to partner with Selah® as a way to share her lessons in learning, life, and love. Through courage, will-power, and dedication to her highest goals, she has passed through challenges previously deemed insurmountable.
“One of the greatest discoveries a man makes, one of his great surprises, is to find he can do what he was afraid he couldn't do.” Henry Ford
Liz is an ardent believer in our ability, as individuals and as communities, to accomplish the seemingly impossible. As long as our Body, Mind, and Soul are in full congruence, there is little that stands in our path to True Fulfillment. Through her partnership and practice with Selah®, she hopes to continue her own learning and inspire others to reach their highest goals.
Liz holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sustainable Development from Appalachian State University. She has lived many places and will move to many more, but as of now she resides in the American South. Liz currently practices as a certified Selah® Tantric Healing Artist in Gainesville, Georgia.