Chelsea Gage, is a lululemon ambassador and the co-owner of Yoga Path Palm Beach. Her her in episode 98 of The Path to Authenticity. As a teacher, Chelsea’s focus is to create a compassionate, loving space for students to tap into their inner wisdom. As a studio owner, her focus is to create a welcoming and inclusive community that makes yoga accessible to everyone.


If your life were a novel, what would be the title?

Same, Same but Different


Where were you born?

West Palm Beach, Florida


Where is the place you call home?

Delray Beach, Florida


When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?

a lawyer, or anything that allowed me to travel the world


What is your profession?

yoga teacher


What profession, other than your own, would you like to attempt?

child psychologist


What is your favorite quote?

Finally, the icing on the cake of life is that you are happiness itself.

“I would like my life to be a statement of love and compassion – and where it isn’t, that’s where my work lies” Ram Dass


What is your preferred form of creative expression?



What is your favorite movie, song, and work of art?

Light by Dr. Toast 


Who do you admire most?

my best friend, Austin


Over the course of your life, what is an issue with which you have repeatedly struggled?



In Childhood, who was your celebrity crush?

Zac Hanson


What historical figure would you most like to meet? 

I listened to a Ram Dass talk recently and he was telling a story of an evening spent with Alan Watts. To be a fly on that wall would be a dream. 


What natural gift or ability would you most like to possess?



What do you consider your greatest achievement?

becoming a mother


What quality do you admire most in a person?

compassion and humor


What is something you would like to learn about?

play the piano, learn a new language and horseback riding 


What is your idea of success?

the ability to cultivate presence & peace


What would you like people to say about you when you’re gone?

that they always felt love from me