Osmara Aryal, MBA is a mental and emotional health researcher/writer, and a certified Yoga teacher.
Her work has been featured numerous times on CNÑ and other media channels such as The Miami Herald.
Having struggled with anxiety and emotional trauma due to her childhood, she’s spent the last decade of her life studying the connection between the mind, body, and emotions.
Particularly, her focus has been how to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of these intelligence centers in order to strengthen one’s mental health, emotional health, physical resilience, performance, and relationships.
After a series of pivotal personal traumatic experiences and the diagnosis of an inflammatory digestive disorder, Osmara utilized the practice of Raja Yoga, coupled with functional nutrition and mindfulness, as a vehicle for lasting transformation and healing.
She has invested over $200,000 of her own funds in seeking out global thought leaders and experts in the fields of neuroscience, functional medicine, functional nutrition, psychology, quantum physics, and yogic philosophy in order to uncover the common threads between these seemingly unconnected disciplines.
In 2016, she launched CalmWithYoga.com, an educational site and podcast which synthesizes her many years of research. Through this site, seekers are offered inspirational insights along with proven strategies and resources to help effectively manage energy, calm emotions, shift perceptions, increase resilience, and sustain focus.
As a certified functional nutrition practitioner, she educates on the power of personalized micro and macro nourishment protocols that specifically target the individual’s unique needs in order to strengthen digestive, cognitive, and emotional intelligence and resilience.
As an inspired social entrepreneur, Osmara believes that our collective advancement is accelerated by educating and empowering women, particularly in developing countries. Osmara has collaborated with organizations such as READ Global and Fundacion En Via of Oaxaca, Mexico where she spent 10 days training over 85 micro-entrepreneurial women via 1:1 private consults and group workshops.
Osmara has collaborated with organizations such as READ Global and Fundacion En Via of Oaxaca, Mexico where she spent 10 days training over 85 micro-entrepreneurial women via 1:1 private consults and group workshops.
When she’s not exploring corners of the world with her husband Ash, or when her eyes aren’t glued to the computer screen researching, you can find her sipping bulletproof coffee, forest bathing, on a pilates reformer, or cuddling with her fur-babies Yodha and Molly.