The Transformation Studio

Sarah Ali has worked as a psychotherapist for several years, helping her patients achieve peace of mind and to make necessary changes in their lives. About five years ago, however, Ali said she began to notice a trend.

"During my time, I saw a variety of problems," she said. "I saw issues that went beyond basic therapy. I started to make notes in my mind of what was really affecting people."

Ali said she began to understand that therapy was needed for more than just mental issues. She wanted to help people achieve a "complete transformation" of their mind, body and spirit, which led Ali to open The Transformation Studio in Sugar Land.

"I had this desire to create a place where people could have a complete transformation of their life," Ali said. "We believe in health and wellness through a natural, holistic approach."

Whether it be in their personal appearance, celebrating a special occasion, healthy eating habits or classic therapy, Ali started The Transformation Studio to provide a full array of services related to health and well-being.

"You are not an island. Everything about you is connected," she said. "I want everyone to feel that this is part of our home—that they are family. I am very excited to see where we can go in the future."

Today, Ali wears a variety of hats as her business continues to grow in many directions. Ali said she always had passions for helping people, and she has allowed her business to grow organically by responding to the needs and wants of the community.

"The idea started because I didn't know what I wanted to do—I wanted to do everything," she said. "I decided that every passion I had, I would follow. We have an endless capacity to follow our dreams. We just have to dream."

Ali said that, although many of the services offered at The Transformation Studio were not necessarily planed, they are all in line with her goals of helping clients achieve their life goals.

Whether wellness of mind, body or spirit, Ali's range of services hit it all.

"[Our clients] appreciate that what we are doing is different," she said. "I am a free-flowing type of person. Every week I am able to come up with new ideas, and we never get bored."

Expanding Services

Beauty & Spa

  • Beauty services include custom makeup blending, facials, aromatherapy, body and skin treatments, massages, and henna.


  • The studio offers Bollywood-inspired dance, belly dancing, Zumba classes and boot camp classes.


  • Ali is a psychotherapist and can offer patients one-on-one sessions on location.

Party rentals

  • The studio has flexible space for private events, showers and causal gatherings.

3425 Hwy. 6, Ste. 107A

Sugar Land 281-240-7102

Hours: Wed.–Fri. 11 a.m.–5 p.m.

Sat. 11 a.m.–3 p.m.

Sun.–Tue. By appointment


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