top of page
  • doingdifferently


"Yoga and art and life are all the same - you begin with listening, hearing, and from what you hear, taking action."

- Celeste Greene, E-RYT 500, YACEP, Certified Trauma Informed Teacher

Episode 19—Creative Expression and Yoga: The Role of Creative Expression in Healing and Personal Development

Celeste Greene, Yoga Therapist and Artist


In this episode, Marcel has a conversation with Celeste Greene, an artist and yoga therapist.

Celeste and Marcel talk about creative expression and how it is foundational to our everyday experience. They explore the connection between Yoga and creativity.

Celeste shares her experiences with creative expression, receptivity, and Yoga. Listen and deepen your ability to tap creative expression to enhance your personal development and the quality of your everyday experiences.

Celeste Greene's Bio

C-IAYT, E-RYT 500, YACEP, Certified Trauma Informed Teacher

Celeste Greene is a Yoga Therapist in Nashville Tennessee. She offers personalized Yoga & lifestyle practices, spiritual mentoring and individualized meditations for healing from difficult experiences. Celeste specializes in working with client who have mental & spiritual health concerns. She has over 2,000 hours of training, 15 years of teaching experience and is humbled to share the knowledge that she has been given.

Find out more about Celeste at Living Yoga ( and the Osher Center for Integrative Health at Vanderbilt University (

For further info about Core Resonance visit


To hear Marcel Allbritton explain Core Resonance, check out Episode 17: The Practice of Self-Alignment: The Core Resonance Works Coaching Process.



The Doing Differently podcast is sponsored by Core Resonance Works.

Want to learn more about Core Resonance Works? Please visit the website:


Transcript available soon!



bottom of page