Massage Therapists

Jazmine Kindell

Jazmine is an elite massage therapist in the Los Angeles and surrounding areas. She has been practicing massage for 12 years. She studied in Charlotte North Carolina School of Neuromuscular Therapy. She studied, deep tissue, nmt, pregnancy massage, hot stones, cupping and reflexology.

Jazmine was born and raised in Portland Oregon and has been involved in athletics from an early age such as track and field, volleyball, and softball. She then went on to Taft college where she played Volleyball and softball for 2 years. Studied sports medicine and became team trainers for both her volleyball and softball team.

From there on Jazmine developed a nitch for healing. She is very intuitive and makes sure that each session is tailored personally for each clients needs. She offers services such as Swedish, Deep tissue, and sports massage. She also offers CBD massage for relaxation and muscle recovery.

Quote:  "Relax, renew, restore."


Yael Kutler

Originally from Israel, Yael has dedicated herself to the practice of yoga since discovering its healing benefits in 1996. From a young age Yael was  fascinated by spiritual teachings and mind body connection.

In her early twenties, living in Tel Aviv, Yael graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences. She soon afterward discovered yoga and Vipassana meditation and found new meaning and fulfillment in these studies. In 1999, wishing to explore these disciplines at a deeper level, she began to regularly travel to India.

In 2001, in one of her visits to India, she met fellow traveler and yoga instructor Kevin Kutler, originally from San Diego, California, who would later become her husband of 12 years. They traveled the world together, leading diverse classes and workshops, as well as co-managing the Yoga and Bodywork Center in Stardust Beach Hotel, Arugam Bay, Sri Lanka, a global surfing spot.

Yael is  E-RYT200 hour yoga instructor, a certified Thai Yoga Bodywork therapist and Medical Nutrition advisor.

Over the past two decades, Yael has lived and worked primarily in India and Sri Lanka, as well as on and off in California.  She has continued exploring a blend of yoga traditions from the East & West, creatively combining yoga styles including Classical Hatha, Power yoga, Vinyasa, Iyengar yoga, Acu-yoga, Jivamukti yoga among others.

Recognized for her unique and inspiring teaching style, Yael fuses mindfulness, breath awareness, detailed attention to alignments and hands-on assistance in Asanas. 

In California, Yael studied with Brian Kest, Michael Fukumura, Annie Carpenter, Lisa Walford, Travis Eliot and many other talented teachers. While living in India, she has studied with many renowned  teachers. Some of her most favorite and influential teachers were senior Iyengar teachers including Ian Louise, Navaz Kamdin, Richard Schachtel and Sri Arunji. 

She did her teacher training with Richard Schachtel, Director of the Center for Yoga, in Seattle, Washington ( RYS-500 ), as well as Acu-Yoga teacher training with Gregory Dunn, senior yoga teacher trainer at My Health yoga school, Australia. She also holds  several Acupressure Massage Therapy and Acupuncture diplomas

Quote: "Keep coming back again and again into the present moment." 



Lydia Roberts

Lydia has been immersed in the practice of yoga since early childhood. Born in Utah and raised in Colorado and Georgia by a mother who has taught yoga for over 20 years, she felt drawn to the practice at a young age. In 2019, she completed her first 200 hour teacher training at Sivananda  Ashram in the Bahamas. There, she deepened her understanding of the spiritual and philosophical aspects of yoga and fell in love with the way these ancient tools synthesized body, mind and spirit and brought her into a feeling of harmony.

Eager to expand her knowledge, she began bodywork training at the Costa Rica School of Massage Therapy in 2020. When the pandemic disrupted the program and halted the course, she called upon the equanimity she had cultivated in her practice to gather resilience and patiently wait until she could return and complete her certification in 2021.

Upon completion, Lydia moved to the sunny West Coast and took a job on Catalina Island as a massage therapist. She feels at home in the California sunshine and is fueled by the flow of fresh air,  moving water, bright days and the infinite possibility that daily yoga practice and self-care create in her life. Her greatest joy is to share the gifts of wellness with others. 

Quote- "As you think, so you become."


Terry Solis

Terry has been practicing massage therapy for more than seven years. He received his education in massage therapy and a degree in occupational science at WellSpring School of Allied Health in Kansas City, MO. After gaining experience in his field, he went on to open a successful practice of five years where he received four nominations for “best massage therapist in Kansas City”. He later gave his practice to a trusted colleague in pursuit of greater professional and personal growth in LA.


As a practice, massage therapy has been the greatest work that Terry has done with his life. The ability to connect with people in such a vulnerable way has opened up many paths to healing for both his clients as well as himself. Terry is also a CrossFit coach, which created an opportunity to work with athletes from multiple backgrounds that were dealing with physical injuries both recent and from years prior. Through this, he has gained a lot of experience in pain management, injury prevention, myofascial release techniques, medical/ clinical based massage, and more. One of Terry’s greatest strengths is his intuition, and with that comes a natural affinity for energy work. Terry’s philosophy is, "massage therapy is more than a physical experience, it is mental and emotional as well".

Terry’s approach to each person that he gets to work with is to create a personal connection, check in on their mental and emotional wellbeing to see how that might be affecting their physical condition, and decompressing their sympathetic nervous system response to get them out of their “fight or flight” state and more into their bodies. It’s a nurturing blend of clinical and energy based massage for the sole purpose of healing.

Quote: “Vulnerability is essential for true healing.”