Chelsea Roff is a nationally recognized author, speaker, and yoga instructor known for integrating knowledge about science, women's health, and humanitarian issues in her teaching and writing. Her work has been featured on the front page of AOL.com, and she writes regularly for the Huffington Post, Yahoo! Shine, care2.com, and Yoga Journal. She also serves as managing editor for the Chopra family’s website, intent.com.
Chelsea Roff is the founder of Eat Breathe Thrive™ (EBT), a nonprofit organization that helps individuals recover from eating disorders through yoga. EBT is supported by The Give Back Yoga Foundation and is offered in treatment centers and yoga studios in more than 20 states nationwide. Researchers are currently conducting an evidence-based study on the program’s effectiveness in treatment.
Chelsea Roff is known for her intelligent, inspiring, and tell-it-like-it-is teaching style, and for weaving together profound personal experiences with her scientific background to deliver deeply moving insights. After nearly losing her life to anorexia and a subsequent stroke when she was 15, she has became a national advocate for community-based mental health interventions.
Chelsea Roff was recently featured in a Prank-It-FWD video that received more than 20 million views. Her work has been showcased by Good Morning America, the Today Show, and Sanjay Gupta on CNN. She has been keynote speaker at 92nd Street Y, California State University, and the Omega Institute, and she is a featured presenter at various universities and conferences worldwide.