An Ancient Lifestyle Concept

To Guide You Towards Healing Today

Meet Jess Mascle

Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist ( AYS , RYT - 200 )

Jess Mascle is a student, practioner, and counselor of the Himalayan tradition. As a devoted yogi who lives an ayurvedic lifestyle, she is passionate about sharing what she has learned through her own healing experience about nature's infinite wisdom and healing power. Her introspective process is a model for others to use in their own lives.

In addition to providing consulting services, Root and Rise Yoga and Ayurveda hosts educational workshops, cooking classes, yoga classes, professional development, retreats, book clubs, and other events throughout WNY. Her goal is to inspire and guide others to digest their painful pasts, get clarity about who they truly are what their soul desires, and to live the life of their dreams for the benefit and uplifting of all.


What is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda which translates to “life wisdom” is the ancient sister science of yoga from India. It teaches us to tune into nature and to explore what our unique mind, body, and spirit needs to heal.


Ayurveda gets to the root of ailments as opposed to treating symptoms. It is important to note that ayurveda is complementary and not an alternative medical system. This means that ayurvedic treatments are meant to be applied in addition to other modalities of healing, including western medicine, chiropractic, acupuncture, etc. What you may find though, is that your need for western medicines diminish.


Ayurveda is a lifestyle that considers what and how you eat, the way you move your body and calm your mind, the daily routines you keep, and the cultivation of sacred observances.



How can Ayurveda transform you?

Ayurveda is effective in helping one to heal from a number of modern ailments like:

  • Insomnia

  • Chronic pain

  • Being overweight

  • Inflammation

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Infertility

  • Arthritis

  • Sinus issues

  • Skin related issues

  • Acid reflux/ulcers

  • Issues with impatience and intolerance

  • Lack of clarity or purpose

  • Negative self-talk