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Rabia Meghani (she/her) is a Medical Researcher, Behavioral Therapist, Montessori Educator, Yoga Therapist and a student of Kathak. Rabia’s formal education is in public health, epidemiology and education. Rabia has spent over 20 years both practicing and learning Yoga and Ayurveda. Merging her knowledge of disease and education with the ancient science of Yoga and Ayurveda, Rabia aims to make these practices accessible to the masses while honoring the roots of the science. Rabia’s yoga and meditation classes are centered around inclusivity and social justice. Her passion lies in integrating decolonized yoga and mindfulness in K-12 and higher education spaces.
The marrying of body and breath. The unification of mind and heart. The purification of the senses. The physical practice of yoga allows the body to slow down and recenter. Slow steady movement and deep full breaths heal and restore both the physical and energetic body.
Our bodies are intelligent. They encompass within them the mechanisms to heal each and every ailment. Ayurveda is the ancient wisdom blueprint that helps our bodies come back to balance, come back home. Designed to help unite the mind, body and spirit, Ayurveda utilizes the healing powers of our bodies and the medicinal resources of the Earth.
How to get started
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Work with me one on one to personalize your healing journey. You are unique and your pathway to healing should be too.
Invest in the mental and physical well-being of your employees and community through classes, mini consultations and workshops.
Eastern Healing Advocacy
Interested in understanding the origin of yoga and ayurveda? Work with me to honor and preserve the roots of eastern healing.
Praise from past clients
“Rabia is such an amazing person. Her knowledge has shed light on so many things for me and it has changed so much for me in the most positive of ways. Not only does she approach people with kindness and understanding, but she can be very intellectual and statistical as well which is beneficial for the scientific brainiacs. Her passion for Ayurveda and yoga goes a long way, and I appreciate all she has taught me and will always keep that knowledge close.”
— Janie R.