Teachers

Sha’ Roehm

Sha’ is a Certified 300 Hour Meditation Guide who implements a mixture of meditative modalities and integrates Somatic Experiencing® techniques to create brave spaces for her clients. It is her belief that we must be patient and trust in our own creative and spiritual rhythms while developing inner resources.  Sha’ specializes in creating reflective content derived from scientifically researched data about meditation and its benefits.  She offers one-on-one guidance, meditation leadership workshops, curriculum development for corporations and facilitates retreats.  Additionally, Sha’ has successfully launched a children’s mindfulness program at yoga studios and her home studio in Dallas, TX.  Her impact on the corporate level, workshops, retreats and classes for adults and children continues to lead many to their personal voice and power.

Born in Orlando, Florida, Sha’s love of culture and travel began as a child while growing up with parents in the U.S. Air Force.  She has lived in numerous countries and now resides in Dallas, TX with her husband and daughter.

Receiving her B.S. degree from Texas State University in Geography: Resource and Environmental studies, Sha’ began a career in the cartographic industry.  A passion for real estate prompted Sha’ to head a successful brokerage business.  With the pressures of maintaining a fast-paced career and family life, Sha’s informal meditation practice became essential to her wellbeing.  Which led to meditation teacher training and now her passion profession. Currently enrolled in the 3-year Somatic Experience Training for Professionals program at SETI and studying with her mentor at the Jeff Masters Institute.  Sha’s intention is to compassionately share knowledge and serve all through the meditative lens.

Events with Sha’ Roehm

From Lineage to Legacy: A Retreat for Women of Color Leaders
October 9, 2020

In a world fueled by Capitalism, where our productivity is often equated with our worth, the act of slowing down, of pausing, of tending to our healing as part of our professional work is a radical act. This is especially…