The TruBlue Foundation is a collaboration of the efforts of Britta and William Trubridge to protect our beautiful sea.

Mission Statement: To represent the human connection to the sea. To become one with it through yoga and freediving. To preserve, protect and respect it. To view it as a reflection of our own selves -the blood of our larger body.

William and Brittany regularly hold yoga and freediving retreats around the world and are advocates for the health and wellness not only of the human body for for our larger body as well. Britta and William have been holding regular beach cleanups, creating art and events, and acting as voices on behalf of those and that which cannot speak. Currently, they are working to raise awareness of the dwindling population of the Hectors Mauis Dolphins of New Zealand who’s population has plummeted to just 50 due to dragnet fishing. Their work does not stop there and continues to grow and evolve with the needs of this element and her creatures. They are pleased and honored to be agents of the sea and have dedicated their life work to this deeper meaning.

brittany trubridge“For whatever we lose (like a you or a me), It’s always our self we find in the sea.” -E.E. Cummings * Photo by Daan Verhoeven

Britta TrubridgeDemonstrating the devastation of plastic. The yogitoes rSplash yoga towel that Britta is practicing on is made of 7 recycled plastic bottles.  

brittany trubridgeBritta teaching a pranayama course for Dive For A Cause to raise money for Cystic Fibrosis research.

william trubridgeWilliam returning to the surface after his dive to 100 meters with no fins and on a single breath of air. The feat was affectionately named “Project Hector” (Hector also means 100)  in order to raise awareness of the condition of the Hectors and  Mauis dolphins.

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