I recently spent an entire afternoon watching my grandmother go in on these guandules! I realized she was on a mission when I noticed the bucket next to her rocking chair. We sat for hours as she worked through plant after plant. She must’ve de-seeded like 20 pounds worth. Not once did she complain or […]
As a seeker and innate healer, Yeradmi learned at a young age the art of defying cultural norms around trauma. She began seeking ways to experience the meaning of self-acceptance. During this process it became very clear the lack of support and safe spaces available to decompress in her community. Yeradmi deepened her self-exploration while living in Thailand and visiting Costa Rica during her final years of undergrad. Soon after, she was introduced to yoga, meditation and reiki, allowing her to reconnect with herself in the most powerful way yet. Learning these practices was transformational and redirected her attention to the power of healing. Yeradmi combined all three modalities to create the essence of her work: meditation, movement and touch, as she’s branded “breathe. heal. love.” She currently teaches adults, teens, and children - including ones with disabilities. Yeradmi is also the founder of a wellness space in Dominican Republic, Santiago Guest House, where she hosts and leads annual retreats. Her mission is to hold space for connection, as it is essential for one’s peace and optimal health. Yeradmi believes by learning to nurture ourselves, our bodies and minds thrive, giving us the ability to best serve those around us.