Y O G A
Practicing yoga helps free dulling patterns of behavior,
discover, and develop skills to live the life we desire.
I practice daily to stretch my imagination, shift perceptions,
and explore the limitless possibilities of growth and connection.
Understanding that I control how I feel, I now have the
confidence to brighten my energy, live with greater self-awareness,
and personal power with less physical, and emotional pain.
Through Forrest Yoga,
I teach students how to hone their skills of connecting to themselves
in a deeply meaningful, respectful, and compassionate way.
It is a healing practice.
Great for any age, all levels of experience,
and those working with specific injuries and needs.
Breath is the foundation of the practice.
Learning how to breathe deeply allows us to live a rich, meaningful life.
Increased breath capacity oxygenates our blood, organs, and cell tissue.
To name a few things, this assists in better heart function,
digestion, vitality, and focus.
Classes are designed to build strength and stamina.
Each session features abdominal exercises to
develop a deep connection with core muscles,
developing strength in our center.
This core intelligence relieves chronic neck and back pain
by recruiting abdominal strength.
This strength supports other areas of the body
in opening and lengthening.
Mindful, intentional movement develops self-awareness
to be, live, and breathe with integrity.
Alignment allows us to stand in the
center of our Truth with ease and grace.
A deep and meaningful connection with Self
connects us to our Spirit.
The intuitive, wise energy within that
lights us up!
Each class varies depending on the intent that day.
Examples; hip openers, heart openers, inversions, twists.
All poses have modifications,
allowing the opportunity to explore something new and
specifically customize to individual needs.
Doing what you CAN do.
Cultivating trust in ourselves
to manage whatever we encounter with
Breath, Strength, Integrity, and Spirit.
~ May we all walk in Beauty ~
S T U D E N T T E S T I M O N I A L
Rosalie is one of the most gifted yoga teachers I’ve ever worked with.
Her knowledge and skill is matched by her compassion and genuine care for each student.
I’ve taken both group classes and private sessions with her.
In the private sessions, I wanted to build my strength, confidence
and understanding of hand-stand poses.
I also needed help with hip openers.
Rosalie designed each session specifically for me and my needs.
She created the most affirming, supportive, empowering experience
and worked with me step by step to achieve my goals.
I received more than I could have imagined in my series of private sessions with her.
Rosalie is highly skilled as an instructor and is able to intuit what each student needs.
Her energy is grounding, loving, encouraging, and inspiring.
Her verbal cues are excellent and her tactile feedback is gentle and immensely helpful.
I’ve grown so much by working with Rosalie over the past year.
I give her my highest recommendation for yoga students at all levels.
KULA MOVEMENT Ballard, Seattle
Monday, 5:45-7pm Gentle Basics
Monday, 7:15-8:45pm All-Levels
Tuesday, 9:30-10:45am All-Levels
Wednesday, 5:45-7pm All-Levels
Thursday, 7:15-8:45pm All-Levels
Friday, 9:30-10:45am All-Levels
Saturday, 8-9:30am All-Levels
RITUAL HOUSE of Yoga Capital Hill, Seattle
Thursday, 4-5:15pm All-Levels
EMERALD CITY ATHLETICS Stone Way, Seattle
Friday, 6-6:50am All-Levels
For Private Sessions
Yoga for Cyclists
Currently on break, please contact me for more information.
This series of yoga classes offered at Cascade Bicycle Studio is designed specifically for cyclists!
Classes will focus in freeing up the hamstrings, quads and hips, strengthening core and opening upper body. Using breath techniques to build breath capacity, oxygenating muscles and organs to increase performance, flexibility and strength.
All levels welcome!
Bring a towel, water bottle and yoga mat ~ Tuesdays 7-8pm
January 30th- April 24th 2018
Space is limited, sign up today!
CBS in Fremont
180 North Canal Street
Seattle, WA 98103
40 feet from Seattle's bike friendly Burke-Gilman Trail