© CL Young


Group TUNING incorporates slow, intentional physical practice with processing prompts and experiments to invite regulation, inquiry, reflection, and release. Sessions are gently guided to encourage deep listening with and beyond the body, creating opportunity for radical presence, connection, and pause, and providing space for participants to find their own pathways to creative work, internal processing, and embodied/intuitive connection through slowing down and getting curious.

No experience needed. TUNING is meant to be adapted uniquely by each individual so that it serves them. 



Join others in a monthly TUNING session to slow down, listen, and clear out. Through gently guided physical and processing prompts, we’ll work to find pathways for self-regulation, embodied/intuitive connection, and personal/creative work. No experience needed. Register below for ongoing link and information, then drop in when you like/pay what you can.

Donation: $21 per session suggested

December 2022
Friday, December 23
10 - 11:15am MT

January 2023
Saturday, January 21
1 - 2:15pm MT



Through somatic practice, creation/processing experiments, ongoing correspondence, resources, group observation, and an individual session, the TUNING Sequence is designed to help participants open to a process of inquiry with the present. A multi-week arc meant to be adapted uniquely by each individual, the sequence provides a gentle container for personal practice, nurturing space for exploration and curiosity, and bolstering the process with structure and tools. Participants attend virtually from their own spaces to allow for deepened personal practice alongside others.

Past Sessions
November 2022 | Sundays, 10am - 12pm MT
April 2022 | Saturdays, 10am - 12pm MT
February 2022 | Wednesdays, 5 - 7pm MT
October/November 2021 | Sundays, 10am - 12pm MT


TUNING Outside provides space for individual processing and release within a group experience of deep attention. We begin by moving through a gentle physical practice that combines breath, movement, and visualization to encourage regulation and rest, inviting individual and collective receptivity, then turn listening outward, toward one another and the surrounding environment.

Past Sessions
September 14, 2022 / 6 - 8pm (Boise)
August 21, 2022 / 10am - 12pm (Boise)
July 21, 2022 / 6 - 8pm (Boulder)
July 7, 2022 / 6 - 8pm (Boise)

Past Participant Drop-In 

Virtual drop-in sessions begin with TUNING and conclude with a new experiment or approach. A deepening/continuation of practice, drop-ins are geared towards past sequence participants.

Past Sessions
May 6, 2022 / 6 - 7:15pm MT
March 30, 2022 / 5:30 - 7pm MT
March 23, 2022 / 5:30 - 7pm MT
March 16, 2022 / 5:30 - 7pm MT

Participant Experience

The TUNING sequence reverberated within me months after its completion. After a year bogged down by depression, CL's process gave me the permission to start each day by tuning into my body and the creativity within. Healing. Regenerative. CL facilitated the virtual space in a way that invited ease, and a collectivity so hard to create over distance. I've shaped the vibrations of the workshop into my own daily practice to feel more embodied and engaged with the day-to-day stuff of living.            
- RV

TUNING was exactly what I needed at exactly the right time. Because of the workshop I feel that I was able to reconnect with my body in a positive way after all the medical trauma I've been through this year and create space for an attention/meditation/creative practice in my life again. I know I will take the things we worked on as a group and in our individual meeting forward into my day-to-day. The workshop and 1:1 session contributed greatly to my healing and recovery.
- RP

I loved TUNING and found myself wanting those 2 hours on Sunday morning, every Sunday morning. TUNING combines movement, writing, introspection, and space for one's own process, in a beautiful, easy and genuine way. I loved how I felt after each session — it was a perfect combination of less and more. There was less of life's noise, and more calm. I also left every session feeling as though I had been given something new, whether a new tool, a new process, or a new way of thinking.
- DD