Rohini Ross, M.A. LMFT, helps couples and individuals rewild themselves to their natural state of love, peace, and well-being.
Rohini co-founded The Rewilders with her husband, Angus Ross. They offer private intensive retreats for individuals and couples, host The Rewilders' Membership Community, and facilitate the six-month Rewilders' Guide Practitioner Training.
Before founding The Rewilders, Rohini created and hosted the Soul-Centered Series — a seven-month immersion into the "Principles" understanding with teachers who learned directly from the enlightened theosopher Sydney Banks.
Rohini loves supporting others with deep healing as they wake up to their true nature. As a result, she is sought out for her specialization in Spiritual Psychology. You can listen to her podcast Rewilding Love where she and Angus help a couple on the brink of divorce.
Rohini was born in London, England, to a Sri Lankan father, Swami Nathan, and an English mother, Jill Wilkie. She moved to Canada with her mother as a child. She is grateful to be married to the love of her life, Angus, of English descent and mother of Akasha and Ashana. She is grateful for her mixed heritage that gifted her with the perspective of being an outsider on the margins and supported an inner exploration of place, belonging, and home.
Outside of her work rewilding others, Rohini enjoys hiking with her dog Niko, cuddling with her cat Aurora, reading novels, and spending time with friends and family.