Do you sense that spirituality is essential to your mental or physical health? Do you suffer from insomnia, chronic stress or pain?
Mental Health Support
Have you been diagnosed with mental illness, complex post traumatic stress or physical discomfort? Do you feel alone?
Has your doctor recommended yoga or meditation? Do you struggle with anxiety, depression, energy levels and health?
Empowering you to see yourself clearly, withstand challenges and to come through stronger.
Hello! My name is Brooke (they/them, she/her).
For almost 20 years, helping people avoid hospitalization, recurrent psychosis, and suicide has proven time and again that Yoga therapy can drastically improve and even save lives. I teach Yoga to all sorts of folks. Most people, whether neurotypical or neurodivergent, move through life more easily by relearning self-inquiry and how to rest. I am a yoga student with my own history of mental and emotional challenges.
Receive specialized peer support, spiritual counseling and evidence-based yoga therapy rooted in discipline and mysticism that works! It is not as exotic as it sounds. It is simple, sacred and calm. It is decolonizing. Rest is activism.
Every single student who has demonstrated a willingness to rest has a success story.
This is so much more than exercise. If you are new to Yoga, injured or in distress, please be assured that Yoga can be accessible to you because the tools and philosophy are varied and vast.
Yoga therapy is recommended by psychiatrists, nurses, physicians, mental health counselors and behavioral health therapists. Many psychiatrists and therapists have been my students over the years.
There is hope for the epidemics of our time.
Issues associated with trauma, autism, dissociation, queer and gender-queer depersonalization, sexual trauma, and what we label as addiction, PTSD, traumatic brain injury, Kundalini crisis, complex grief, chronic illness and pain, bipolar and borderline personality disorders, auto-immune issues and other physical ailments... I have witnessed students change for the better, again and again.
Free Yoga Therapy Consultation
Twelve-week programs include an assessment, private sessions once or twice weekly, online course content including educational resources, live (when available) and recorded classes. Phone consultations last one hour and are free after a screening process. I do not offer single sessions to new clients.
If you are in crisis, please contact your physician or local emergency room.
Please click the small, white, square icon with the Sri Yantra design above to begin.
"You made me feel safe..."
— Lori O'Toole, Retired Corrections Officer, Los Osos, California
Work One on One With Brooke
Deep Relaxation, Restorative Yoga & Meditation Programs
Premiere, customized, one-on-one yoga therapy, including an in-depth western and yogic assessment & lessons for personal issues such as pain management, emotional control, and better sleep.
Classes, Events, Training.
Trauma-sensitive restorative yoga classes, therapeutic retreats, certifications & trainings for small groups online and in person.
Expert long term care and peer support during spiritual emergence and emergency, navigating transcendent events & Kundalini awakening.
Integrative Mental Health.
Improve behavioral & mental health, psycho-spiritual development and self-regulation, enhancing empowerment, relationships and community inclusion.
"I slept for ten hours last night and needed less medication to sleep!!”
— M.K., Sydney, Australia
A note on privilege and the cultural appropriation of Yoga
The active performance of a complete Yoga, beyond physical exercise, is taught to inspire peace, including racial and social equity. I have been given the responsibility to learn, practice and teach a method of Self-realization called Kriya Yoga, which originates from a culture other than my own. I instruct, mentor and counsel, in service, with an awareness of the complexities of modern Western culture and of the commodification of Yoga. As a white, non-binary disabled person with class and education privilege, I am committed to learning how to teach more accessibly, with sensitivity.
Other resources on cultural appropriation include Yoga Is Dead Podcast and 8 Signs Your Yoga Practice Is Culturally Appropriated and Why It Matters