About Me


Erik Fuentes

Founder (est. 2017)
Certified Yoga Instructor (200hr RYT)
   Chair Yoga Certified
   Adaptive Yoga for M.S. Certified
   Trauma-Informed Yoga Trained
   Privately Insured (Lloyd's of London)
CPR AED & First Aid Certified
Bachelor of Science, Cal Poly, SLO


I am a husband, father, son, foodie, photographer, French aromatherapist, and yogi. I am a lifelong student of life and try to find the lesson in every difficult situation I face. I believe in the power or positive thinking and manifesting what you want in your life. I believe in a holistic approach to health and wellness, involving yoga, aromatherapy, nutrition, laughter, and balance in your life. My mission is to help you discover the wellness within.


About Yoga

Yoga is NOT a religion. The word yoga can be translated as "union." It is an ancient method of techniques designed to help you calm the mind and unveil your true, inner self. There are many styles of yoga (Restorative, Hatha, Vinyasa, Chair, Yin,
just to list a few), each offering their own roadmap to stillness.
If you can breathe, you can do yoga.

  • Corporate

  • Restorative

  • Hatha

  • Trauma-informed

  • Chair


About Aromatherapy

Essential oils are one of most commonly used form of aromatherapy. Essential oils are to plants as blood is to humans. Made up of three components (oleo, resin, gum), we get the term essential oils from the oleo (from the Latin word "oleum" for oil) component since it's the component we smell. Essential oils are a connection between plants and humans. Essential oils have been around since 3,200 BC or earlier. A French chemist, Dr. Rene Gattefosse coined the term "Aromatherapy" in 1910. There are several different types of essential oils. Some commonly used ones are lavender, peppermint, lemon, and eucalyptus. Please know that not all essential oils are created equal. I exclusively use and sell
Young Living essential oils.

  • Lavender

  • Peppermint

  • Lemon

  • Eucalyptus

  • Clove