Events & Tickets

Event Phone: 832-781-0808

Join Frame Dance and Carolina Vennie for a socially distant Intro to the Subtle Body & 7 Chakras class online!

Date: November 29, 2020

Time: 1:00 – 2:30 p.m.

Intro to the Subtle Body & 7 Chakras

According to yoga philosophy, we are composed of several energetic layers that are often hidden beneath our physical bodies. In this workshop, we’ll explore the 7 chakras,  energy centers that govern everything from our sense of grounding and stability to our ability to love with others, voice our opinions freely, and connect with our intuition. Through discussion, movement, and meditation, we’ll explore and balance each of these wheels of energy in your body.

About Carolina:

Carolina Vennie is the founder and owner of Yogaleena Studio, a boutique yoga studio in the heart of Houston, TX, offering a variety of group classes and workshops to help students release tension, connect with their authentic selves, and live with purpose and joy. Carolina discovered yoga in 2008 while working full time at ExxonMobil and pursuing her MBA at Georgetown University. The practice radically decreased her stress levels and offered her the mental space and clarity to figure out what she really wanted to do with her life. Yogaleena Studio opened January, 2016 and has grown into a vibrant community of students looking for balance and personal growth.

Carolina is a registered yoga teacher with over 1,000 hours of teaching experience. She has led three 200-hr Yoga Teacher Trainings, multiple workshops and retreats, and continues to lead the Yogaleena team in daily operations and future dreams.

Event Phone: 832-781-0808

Read, chat, and catch up with us this fall by joining our book club online!
Meetings will be from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. December 6, 13 and January 3.
Sessions will be led by Lydia Hance and are free of cost; just register below and we will send you the Microsoft Teams link!
Book selection coming soon!

What is Modern Dance? Where did it come from? What holds it together as a discipline, and who makes (and breaks) its rules? Explore the history of Modern Dance from your home with Frame Dance instructor and company member, Jamie Williams. 


  • October 5, 2020; 7:00 – 8:00 PM –  Modern Dance Trailblazers: the 1st generation
  • November 2, 2020; 7:00 – 8:00 PM –  Pioneers of Modern Dance: the second generation
  • December 7, 2020; 7:00 – 8:00 PM –  The second wave of Pioneers/modern dance activists


About Jamie Williams:
As a student earning her BFA and MFA in Dance at Sam Houston State University and as Professor and Dance Program Coordinator at San Jacinto College, Jamie Williams has studied and taught dance practice and history in traditions from Laban/Bartenieff to Hula. As a dancer, she is founding member of Aimed Dance (formerly Rednerrus Feil Dance Company), and is a member of Frame Dance Productions.  She has performed with Psophonia Dance Company, and with local independent artists Laura Gutierrez, Brittany Thetford-Deveau, Rebekah Chappell, Jennifer Mabus, Jane Weiner, and Dionne Noble. She was a 2014 recipient of a 
Hopewerks artist in residency space grant, and has presented work at the American College Dance Association Conference in informal, adjudicated, and gala showcases. In 2018, she received a San Jacinto College Honoraria Award for her work in founding and producing the annual Artists for Hope event produced each February by the San Jacinto College Dance Program.