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MINDFULNESS – mental health


About Us

Our Mission is to serve our community and those in need of healing, whether is physically, mentally or emotionally, by combining traditional medicine treatment with alternative medicine practices: Mind, body, spirit. Our goal is to promote wellness and help more people discover the benefits of Ecotherapy (music, art and exercise) through the practice of Mindfulness, Yoga, Meditation, and other cognitive behavioral therapies.

Who We Are

We are a group of people with various professions and very different ways of life. The universe under the care of our founder picked each one of us, for the same purpose HELP, HEAL and LIVE. We all have the same commitment to you, give the best of us and our life experiences to help you fulfill yours .

We will help you BE

Why Us?

Because we all share the same mission, to bring mindfulness, wellness, healing & overall
wellbeing to our community, in a safe environment we call “Circle of Love”.
Our team will provide knowledge, experience, and wisdom to support you!

What We Do


Hatha Yoga

Hatha simply refers to the practice of physical yoga postures, meaning your Ashtanga, vinyasa, Iyengar and Power Yoga classes are all Hatha Yoga. The word “hatha” can be translated two ways: as “willful” or “forceful,” or the yoga of activity, and as “sun” (ha) and “moon” (tha), the yoga of balance. Hatha yoga uses the practice of the poses to rinse out the body and build the physical strength and endurance required to spend long periods of time in meditation.


Kripalu Yoga

Kripalu is a gentle hatha yoga practice with a compassionate approach. It places an emphasis on meditation, physical healing, and spiritual transformation. Exercises are similar to the gentle style of Hatha sequences. It begins by understanding your body, and figuring out how it manages in different poses.


Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga as exercise, incorporating principles of traditional Chinese medicine, with asanas (postures) that are held for longer periods of time than in other styles.

Yin targets your deep connective tissues, like your fascia, ligaments, joints, and bones. It’s slower and more meditative, giving you space to turn inward and tune into both your mind and the physical sensations of your body.


Vinyasa Yoga

The vinyasa forms of yoga used as exercise, including Pattabhi Jois’s 1948 Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga and its spin-off schools such as Beryl Bender Birch’s 1995 Power Yoga and others like Baptiste Yoga, Jivamukti Yoga, Vinyasa Flow Yoga, Power Vinyasa Yoga, and Core Strength Vinyasa Yoga, derive from Krishnamacharya’s development of a flowing aerobic style of yoga in the Mysore Palace in the early 20th century. Vinyasa classes offer a variety of postures and no two classes are ever alike.


Gentle Yoga

Gentle Yoga can refer to a variety of types of yoga classes taught by teachers from various styles of yoga.

Gentle yoga classes are typically described as appropriate for those who want a softer, nurturing, slow-paced, well-supported and relaxing practice.


Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra is a state in which the body is completely relaxed, and the practitioner becomes systematically and increasingly aware of the inner world by following a set of verbal instructions. This state of consciousness is different from meditation, in which concentration on a single focus is required. Yoga Nidra results in conscious awareness of the deep sleep state. Yoga Nidra is a powerful technique for controlling your body’s relaxation response.


Interested in our unlimited Meditation & Yoga Membership?

We can design a package of yoga classes and health follow up exclusively for your needs.



Our Team

Tracy Kendrick
Recovery Coach Professional & Yoga Teacher

Tracy was at a turning point in her life when yoga happened for her. Yoga found Tracy on the mat in a time when she was fighting to survive in an environment full of hate, rage, and complete anger. She had managed to put herself in a position she had so many times before as a result of active alcoholism and drug addiction.  Searching for a bit of ease and comfort, or any thing just to quiet the mental chatter, she had deeply and profoundly discovered her first mind-body connection when she stumbled upon a mat in the Department of Corrections  with her very first yoga instructor softly humming the words there is “no judgement” in yoga. That hit this girl like a” ton of bricks”, she says, “that was the hook”. Tracy’s initial idea was to find herself on the mat to get fit, sweat and ripped. It certainly was not to have a spiritual experience nor much less find herself. Tracy says, “I did not quite find yoga, it found me, and became me, I became yoga, I AM Yoga”.
Like yoga,  recovery too, has also been an intricate part of Tracy’s journey for well over 15 years. I could not practice yoga, if I did not have recovery woven into the thread of my existence,  that is just how that works, Tracy explains. Tracy has been practicing yoga for 15 years now and is influenced in Kripalu and Hatha Yoga. She received her certification through Blissful Life Corporation in Ocala, Florida and also performs energy/healing work as a certified Reiki Master. She is also an RCP (Recovery Coach Professional) certified through CCAR and offer(s) recovery/life coaching services, sober transport, and meditation teaching, plus many other services aiding in the holistic approach.
Tracy’s practice has offered her an abundance of awareness in which has created space from the obstacles in her own body (physically, mentally, and spiritually) which enable her to live a more flexible and fearless life, both on and off the mat.
She has found that yoga is a relationship that is built between your body, mind, and breath. While, recovery, is a similar relationship between body, mind, and spirit. Both have offered her the ability to move toward a solution in allowing her to connect with the all-around well-being of an individual which has inspired her to live each moment mindfully and in the here and now. One of her favorite tools to use whenever she finds herself in reflection ( in the past) or projecting, creating the wreckage of her future, haha! (predicting her future) is to look down to see where her feet are, then she literally asks herself, “where are your feet”? She answers, “right here, right now” to bring her back into the present. “The present, that is right, that is why it is a gift, it is the present, we only get to experience it once, so let’s enjoy this moment as it is”.
It is Tracy’s intention to share in what yoga/recovery has done in and through her and to help others find their own release of “letting go” so they can comfortably and competently move their bodies through life with liberation – Sat Nam