Exploring the world around you, and the world within you is an adventure worth starting.

The more we

1. come to know ourselves and

2. explore how we do what we do,

the more freedom we have emotionally and physically.

I believe it takes courage, especially when you are in pain, to do this.

I believe yoga is one of the best methods to develop and practice that courage.

A special treasure within our own spirit reveals itself when we begin to know ourselves both out in the world, and within our inner experiences. The transformation or change that we often seek isn't only about stopping the pain.

Transformation in our bodies and our emotions occurs alongside deep relationship with every aspect of our lives.

Ayurveda, the science of how all we see around us interacts,  helps us to identify more clearly what we want to transform, gives us tools to do it gently, and provides the method for how to change with greater ease. 

I know this process is scary when we haven't had any practice, or support. It was for me. 

I know it is scary when we feel we haven't been listened to in the past. 

I know it is important to anchor what we do in our personal relationships and in really seeing what is true in this moment. 

I cherish that our practice for healing is best served like tea - with friends. 

Here's what I know for sure: a little effort gets magnified when in a group - you are more capable and powerful than you know... and isn't that incredible! And this is true, even in a small "group" of two.

If you are willing to embrace the exploration of what is possible for you, right now, as you are, know that you are in good company. 

You are so welcome here!


Ayurvedic Practitioner, Yoga Therapist, ERYT-500,

and Certified Personal Trainer

Dharmini Robertson, Ayurvedic Practitioner and Yoga Therapist

Dharmini Robertson, Ayurvedic Practitioner and Yoga Therapist