Located on an exquisite beachfront view overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, the Related Group, Fortune International Group and Fairwinds Group’s Auberge Beach Residences and Spa is Fort Lauderdale’s most extravagant beachfront property. With ultra-luxurious amenities and world-class spa and dining experience, Auberge Residences brings a level of sophistication unmet by most. A premier destination for total relaxation, Auberge incorporates a flawlessly curated cultural experience focused on enhancing the lives of its residents.

Incorporating wellness and mindfulness is essential to the Auberge brand, as is allowing residents to form close-knit bonds with one another in a warm and caring environment. Surrounded by the beautiful natures of the beach, atop white sandy beaches and vibrant South Floridian culture, future residents of Auberge Beach Fort Lauderdale can expect thoughtfully crafted activities like yoga and meditation to become part of their healthy living routine.

Future resident and certified Chopra Meditation Instructor, Pam Butler moved to Fort Lauderdale more than fifteen years ago and has since dedicated her life to healing practices that allow individuals to experience inner calm and deep relaxation. It’s no surprise the tranquil and breathtaking beaches of Fort Lauderdale is what draws many to live in the city named the “Venice of America,” but for Butler it was the incorporation of mother nature into her lifestyle of health and wellness that drew her to want to reside in Auberge Beach Fort Lauderdale. Offering intimate yoga and meditation classes on the outdoor deck of the residences overlooking beautiful scenic views, Pam Butler along with the Auberge team are delighted to lend a hand at enriching the lives of Auberge residents.


“I believe it is important to engage in your five senses, picking up your head from your phone and being able to enjoy mother nature, that to me is so healing.” Butler says. “Combining that with Auberge and the lifestyle of {residents} wanting to be active with the health center, I think it’s important to teach people how to disconnect and appreciate the beautiful surroundings we are going to be living in.”