Los Angeles, CA


Yogi Road to Recovery

Yogi Road provides yoga, mindfulness training, breathwork, and meditation classes for addiction rehabilitation facilities, from detox to sober living and beyond.


Conscious movement and stretching through yoga asana helps clients get out of their heads and into their physical beings. Yoga styles range from challenging Hatha flow to relaxing restorative, depending on their needs.


Teach presence, awareness, and comfort in the self to those who have trouble finding inner peace. Creates greater patience, compassion, and calmness in the mind.


We teach deep controlled breathing (pranyama) to bring the body back to its relaxed state. Conscious breathing is key to staying present and able to make healthy choices.


Learning to quiet the mind and come back to source is a vital skill in sustaining recovery.

What is Yogi Road?

Founder Emily Broms on what Yogi Road is about. From a livestream interview with the Coelevate collective.

What Our Clients Are Saying

Emily is such a peaceful soul and is dedicated to doing what she loves. Her love for her job really shows and the energy she brings to her classes is sure to help anyone from beginner to advanced. Whatever your journey is through yoga, Emily will surely help you reach your goals.

Michael B.

Rehab Counselor

In 2014 I began my journey in recovery at Ventura Recovery Center. There I was introduced to the art and exercise of yoga. I didn't think much of it in the very beginning but I was attracted to do more through Emily's compassionate lessons and teachings. I learned to sharpen up on many principles and practices such as; patience, breathing, meditation, commitment - to name a few. I was drawn to her teachings and chose to attend her class a couple times a week, forever thankful for the simple lessons I've learned with Emily. Now 2018, still sober and continuing my recovery. Emily's yoga, among many other things, all contributed to this being possible.


Rehab Client

I can’t thank Emily enough for introducing yoga and meditation into my life and the vital role it plays in my recovery from addiction and alcoholism. My practice, through her teaching, has grown to become the most effective way I have found to calm my chaotic mind, allow me to focus and center myself. Her positivity and her patience are so contagious that I feel better no matter what state of mind I go into class with!!

Caleb M.

Rehab Client

Emily is an amazing Yoga instructor, and that all starts with her being an amazing and rare individual. The clients (in Recovery) through Emily's genuine, and caring approach were always able to get to a better place within themselves, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. I am recommending Emily to everyone that looks to live a healthier way of life.

A. Negrete, CADC II

Rehab Counselor

Emily's yoga classes have been an important part of my journey through recovery. Not just the yoga itself, but the principles as well. She really helped establish a sense of inner peace and self discipline that I never had before. Which is very key for people in recovery like myself. And she's a perfect angel.


Rehab Client

The Four Pillars of Yogi Road Recovery

The Yogi Road to Recovery method is based on a mix of yoga teachings and real-world experience working in rehab environments.


``I am he as you are she as you are me and we are all together.`` - John Lennon


Through service we find healing.


We need each other to survive. It's okay to ask for help. When we are in alignment with ourselves, we feel our connection to one another. Ubuntu.


Freedom from your Self, for your Self.

What We Offer

Yoga Classes

60-90 minutes

We offer yoga classes ranging from challenging Hatha flow to get the body moving, to relaxing restorative yoga. Our teachers adjust to the needs of your clients.

Meditation Classes

20 minutes to 1 hour

Yogi Road meditation classes range from 15 minutes to one hour. Meditation is also a part of most yoga classes.

Breath Work

30 minutes - 1 hour

Breath control is a powerful tool for mastering one’s emotions, which is key to moving through those moments of addictive desire, creating the option of making a more powerful and healthy choice.


15-30 Minutes

How to be present and aware in your own life, becoming more at ease in the self every day. Presence leads to self-forgiveness, which leads to self-acceptance, which creates a desire to be of service to others. Taken out of the whirl of our thoughts and into the present, we find some peace.

Clients / Partners

We work with some of the top addiction rehabilitation centers and yoga studios in the Greater Los Angeles region.