Meet Tara and Olga
 

 

Tara was diagnosed with breast cancer at 26 years old. She found profound healing through yoga and Reiki as she was undergoing treatment. Just as the phoenix rises from the ashes, Tara emerged and found her calling during the most trying time of her life. She is here to provide a sanctuary for healing and transformation through the use of yoga and Reiki. Tara shows other women how to fully embody the Divine Feminine through the empowered community she has created.

Tara was first introduced to yoga in 2002 at 13 years old. She is a Certified Yoga Alliance RYT-200 Hatha and Vinyasa yoga instructor, certified Yoga for Cancer Recovery instructor, and Reiki Master Practitioner. She received her Hatha and Vinyasa yoga training under Elka Haeckel with Elka Yoga and Wellness in San Diego, CA. Tara then went though a special certification to be able to teach Yoga for Cancer Recovery to those who have experienced a cancer diagnosis. There are only a few instructors with this unique certification. Her training was done through Be Well Therapy, Inc. in Oceanside, CA. Tara was trained by Reiki Master and Shamanic Practitioner, Parminder Randhawa, of the Shamanic Soul Center, in a vigorous four-part Usui/Tibetan Reiki Mastership program in Kearney Mesa, CA. Tara's educational background is in film and law, and she holds a  Bachelor of Arts degree from Cornell University. 

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Olga is an integrative nurse dually-licensed in California and Nevada offering holistic healing modalities and instruction in Ayurveda and wellness. Not only is she a compassionate healer, but she has been practicing yoga for over forty years. She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing from the University of Nevada and has over thirty years of experience. She specializes in individual wellness plans and works to heal her patients using a combination of Western medicine and Ayurveda in order to heal the Mind, Body, and Spirit. Olga strongly believes that in order to heal dis-ease in the body, the emotional aspect of her patients must be given as much priority as the physical aspect. It is vital that the person be treated as a whole. 

Tara and Olga combine their knowledge of different healing modalities as they collaborate to inspire transformation and community across state lines.