Elizabeth Yochim
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  • Venice, CA
  • United States
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About Me:
Some say that we have to choose one career, find our “target market”, have a speech the length of an elevator ride to express what we do so that others can understand who we are, sign up for our services, and take us seriously.

Another way to prepare the paella is to have three or four different businesses and cards to express what we do in the world communicating who we are and what service we offer for money, pleasure, and recognition.

Where I grew up, in Kalamazoo, Michigan, the city’s mayor was also the city’s chocolatier and the best bread baker was a grassroots politician. My father, a corporate attorney, was also a skilled woodworker, and I am a diverse person unto myself. I spend my time working for profit and non-profit.

I am an art appraiser and curator of fine endeavors who also likes to gather folks of all kinds in a circle to dance, sing, laugh and create, hoping to experience a renewed sense of community and unconditional love for self and other through the expressive arts.

I am integrating the personal and the professional, and cobbling the most beautiful life out of the various hobbies, experiences, skills, passion, meditations and reflections on success, exercised through feminine listening and masculine will.

If you are interested in knowing more about my fine art valuation services please check out www.yochimarts.com

If you are interested in building community through movement and the expressive arts please check out www.turningthewheel.org or visit on facebook Turning the Wheel Los Angeles.

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Turning the Wheel Hits the Streets of Santa Monica!

It's official! The Wheel Turners will be creating site specific performances TODAY (Sunday May 31) beginning at 4:45 at The Church in Ocean Park, 235 Hill St. (2nd + Hill) with traveling improv forms to the ocean culminating with a spectacular experience of transformational entertainment! See you there! XOXOXO Elizabeth

Posted on May 31, 2009 at 11:38am — 2 Comments

Turning the Wheel's transformational Urban Retreat May 29, 30, & 31

Article submitted to the Los Angeles Times

Turning the Wheel brings its vibrant mix of community-building and creative expression to Los Angeles, May 29 - June 1

By Diana Somerville

Elizabeth Yochim’s friends ask, Why are you so passionate about this? What is this work of Turning The Wheel, anyway?

“Everyone is enlivened by sharing our own authenticity,” she says, recalling the liquid hipped Cuban salsa dancer from the homeless shelter. “He… Continue

Posted on May 18, 2009 at 10:54am — 1 Comment

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At 12:41pm on September 22, 2010, Pamela Davis said…
Hi Elizabeth,

Sorry to be so tardy responding but haven't kept up with the site as I should. Hope to meet you sometime soon.
At 4:17pm on June 18, 2010, libramoon said…
I thought you might like to be aware of this online resource group:


Healing Dance Network - a web between the various healing dance studies,
theories, practitioners and proponents through which to find, share and
expand knowledge and understanding into the possibilities and realities of
healing through dance. I am hoping you will let us know about your own
search and findings and how we might work together to bring our learning
At 3:46pm on September 24, 2009, Jeff Hutner said…
At 3:46pm on September 24, 2009, Jeff Hutner said…
HI Elizabeth,

I helped market Joy in the Evening of Our Lives, a wonderful book by my friend, Joan Englander. If I can help you in any way let me know.

At 8:35pm on July 6, 2009, R G RAMEY said…
Hi Elizabeth,

Wow! I just recently joined c3 and did not know about the Urban Retreat just a few blocks from where I live. How did it go? I am currently conducting a PhD experiment in somatic psychology through Santa Barbara Graduate Institute. We had many experiential classes, including Authentic Movement. My experiment is about teaching movement, on the inside. I am looking to alleviate stress and tension in the most fundamental way: have you lie down in the most precise comfortable body position ever devised (according to my research) where the supported body is completely aligned and energy balances into natural relaxation without effort. I found it was essential for me to know this place because before when I "danced" or did any movement I was still stuck inside while moving outside. Look at my profile. If you are interested in participating you can schedule ONE HOUR ONE TIME in my Santa Monica office. We need to do the details by phone. Email your number or call 310=399=8992.

At 5:43pm on May 20, 2009, Lynda said…
At 11:40am on May 19, 2009, Dan Peragine said…
Wow, Elizabeth great ,inspiring program! If Turning the Wheel can get down to Del Mar let me know, we would love to have you here sometime soon!
At 9:54am on May 19, 2009, Frankie Lee Slater said…
Elizabeth - fyi - I'm complete with attending and intaking until I output a whole bunch, focusing on presenting like I was invited to do for Tiger Woman, going on the speaker circuit, attracting a core team to collaborate with, launching my photo business, writing the white paper and organizing for next phase of Circles Uniting - if I go out, it's to socialize/party/relax and enjoy nature - blessings, Frankie Lee
At 9:45am on May 19, 2009, Alexandra Sokol said…
Brilliant! Love to see these kinds of lights shine. Glad to connect.
At 8:57am on May 19, 2009, Frankie Lee Slater said…
Elizabeth - how beautiful! - the spirit of what you are up to comes through so beautifully in the photos of young and old. My mother was in an assisted living center for the last few years of her life and I can just imagine her and her friends loving the Turning the Wheel experience, and everyone in our society could do with some freeing up in the physical, so thank you! - blessings, Frankie Lee


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