Kimberly is a certified Ayurvedic Practitioner (AP) and passionate holistic healthcare professional whose mission in life is to help others become the healthiest, happiest and most fulfilled versions of themselves. She completed her Ayurvedic Practitioner training and clinical residency at the Southern California University of Health Sciences and Advanced Panchakarma training in Kerala, India. Kimberly follows the wisdom of Ayurveda that we are linked intrinsically to nature and our environments - and seasons, emotions, lifestyle and dietary factors all play a significant role in our health and personal growth. She develops individualized health care plans tailored to fit a person’s own unique constitution and provides diet/nutritional and lifestyle counseling, herbal care and yoga/pranayama instruction.
Kimberly is a devoted Educator who has been a speaker/lecturer at various healing workshops/retreats and is a published writer and photographer. Her other great passion in life is for travel and experiencing other cultures with respect and reverence to the people, native plants and traditional medicine of that region.
She is also a professional member of NAMA (The National Ayurvedic Medical Association), a registered Yoga Teacher (RYT200), Reiki Master (RM), licensed and certified Massage Therapist in Florida (LMT) and California (CMT) and holds a BA in Journalism from the University of Central Florida.
Ronnie is a practicing physical therapist and yoga teacher with a 200 hour yoga teacher training certificate. He has been practicing physical therapy for 18 years and currently is working in a local rehab hospital caring for injured and elderly people providing guidance and support to allow time for a safe healing environment.
Ronnie has been practicing yoga for three and a half years and received his yoga teacher certificate in 2016. "I started practicing yoga to relieve stress in my own life and I loved the community and the people I have met in and through yoga."
Ronnie believes yoga has the potential to improve our lives in our fast paced society allowing a person to connect on a most profound level to one's self and to others who share beliefs of peaceful coexistence. "Namaste"