Kyle RobertsKyle Roberts is a graduate of the Ayurvedic Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico where under the tutelage of Dr. Vasant Lad he studied the theoretical and clinical aspects of Ayurveda. Before, during, and after his formal ayurvedic training Kyle has studied Jyotish (classical vedic astrology), Ashtanga Yoga, Sanskrit, and herbology, as well as various practices of meditation and pranayama. He has studied throughout the United States and in India, working to integrate both eastern and western cultures into digestible forms of practical information. Kyle's efforts are spent teaching various subjects within yoga and ayurveda as well as integrating classical healing practices with modern practicality for individual health concerns.

Ayurvedic Consultation

Due to the mass influence of modern civilization a natural approach towards addressing the acute and chronic stages of imbalance that constrict the peaceful flow of life are highly needed. Ayurveda is a potent tool in dealing with the difficulties that restrict balance in life. Assistance may address mental-emotional stress, physical imbalance, or routine maintenance. Ayurveda is concerned with removing the causes of problems in order for imbalance to be fully removed and total health restored. When deciding to use ayurveda for help know that questions regarding your present state of health will be asked. These questions will focus on the regularity and functionality of your bowels, quality of sleep and dreams, diet, appetite, and cravings. Additionally, examination will consist of looking at the tongue, feeling the pulse at the radial artery, looking at the fingernails, and inquiry on any specific issue.

Following this initial meeting a protocol will immediately be recommended that is intended to be followed daily. Considering the intended result, there may be frequent follow up meeting preceding this initial appointment that require more therapeutic preparations. This protocol may consist of a personalized herbal formula(s), medicated oil(s) and ghee(s), dietary observances, breathing routines, meditation, self study through reading and personal journaling. During this time of healing, regardless of stage of imbalance, it is important to observe the subtle changes as they occur within the body and mind. Ayurveda is a lifelong practice and isn’t finished when disease is no longer present, it is a continuous exploration of one’s life and the impact one has on the entire world.

Lecture: maintaining the integrity of vedic discourse

Throughout history the format for discovering the beauty of Ayurveda is through self study and oral discourse. Kyle travels to various cities to maintain the traditional vedic method of study, which is trough lecture. What is taught at these seminars is practical and coherent morsels of knowledge that are intended to immediately be used in daily life. The various courses Kyle teaches are intended for all levels and are meant to progress one's personal sadhana (spiritual practice) into the deeper current of Bliss.

It is called “healthy” the one with tranquil soul, sense faculties, and mind; and the one with balanced bodily humors (doshas) balanced digestive fire (agni), balanced tissue functions (dhatus), and balanced elimination of waste. (Caraka Samhita Su:38)


Kyle (Roberts) has played an essential role on my journey of self healing and personal transformation. His gentle, steady presence, compassionate listening skills, and deep knowledge of Ayurveda and yoga have helped me to take progressive steps to a healthier lifestyle. Rather than handing me with an overwhelming list of do's and don'ts to follow, Kyle encourages a gradual, experiential approach. This organic progression generates a deeper, intuitive connection to the practices, in addition to establishing a solid foundation for consistent lifestyle changes. With Kyle's guidance, I've been able to access both immediate and long term benefits of Ayurveda in all areas of my life--physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health, my professional work as a healer, and my role as a mother.

~ Edie Berman
Orlando, FL