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Chelsea Roff

Chelsea Roff

Chelsea Roff is the Founder and Director of Eat Breathe Thrive. A yoga therapist, researcher, and educator, she has spent nearly a decade pioneering integrative health programs for people with mental health challenges.

14 August 2020, 09:00 AM

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Chelsea Roff is a yoga therapist, educator, and research collaborator, she has spent the better part of a decade working to make integrative health programs available to people with mental health challenges. In 2013, Chelsea founded Eat Breathe Thrive, a nonprofit organization that aims to prevent and help people recover from eating disorders through yoga. Since its inception, she has brought the program to scale in thirty-eight U.S states and nine countries. Prior to her work in the nonprofit sector, Chelsea worked as a researcher in a psychoneuroimmunology laboratory. Her early research explored how yoga impacts the immune system of individuals with HIV/AIDs and cancer. She is currently working in collaboration with researchers at the University at Buffalo on a research initiative on the Eat Breathe Thrive program, which includes four studies (two randomized controlled trials) on a yoga program for eating disorders. In 2019, Chelsea received a visa to move to the United Kingdom and set The Give Back Yoga Foundation up as a registered charity. She is currently spearheading an initiative to bring yoga programs for populations facing addiction, cancer, eating disorders, and PTSD to scale in the National Healthcare System.

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