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You Belong Here



Why Fringe(ish)?

When you live in a marginalized body you are forced to the fringe. That fringe is where the potential in our society lives. We're innovative, critical, and resilient. 


In my practices I hold space for us, those of us who have been pushed away from the mainstream to create our own beautiful, cooperative, and powerful spaces.

Welcome to Fringe(ish)

There are many ways to reconnect to your whole self.


One of the many reasons I fell in love with yoga is because it marries movement, self-study, and ritual. Its teachings constantly remind us that these things are not separate, but intrinsically interconnected paths to universal connection and consciousness. We never truly practice one in isolation.

There are so many paths.

  • All types of movement that deepen our relationship with self.

  • Secular or spiritual Rituals we can create that help us ground and heal.

  • Various methods of self-study that allow us to have a better understand of who we are.

I offer multiple modalities, including yoga, which seek to broaden our understanding self and our connection to the universal.

I'm Shannon.

I am here to remind you that you deserve to take up space exactly as you are.

I spent years trying to make myself smaller in so many ways--my body, my personality, my dreams--because I believed the lies that society told me about who I needed to be in order to be successful, accepted, and happy. 

But other people don't get to decide what success looks like for me or for you. And now I know, I don't need acceptance from a society that doesn't appreciate difference. We all deserve to find happiness and community that accepts us as we are.

I am here to help you reconnect who YOU are and I am here to build a community for US.

Whether that is through movement, meditation, body acceptance, self-study, or ritual, my purpose is to help you be more you.


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