Rosanna completed her 200 hour yoga teacher training with Tribe in India, January 2014, since when she has expanded her practice with workshops and trainings in Cornwall, London & Portugal. Most recently she spent some time in Panmana Ashram, Kerala, deepening her exploration into Ayurveda, and the fundamental role of yoga in supporting health.
Rosanna's journey with Yoga began over ten years ago, and has been the constant through the countless changes those years have brought. Providing her with a deeply connected foundation, and encouraging growth and expansion both on and off the mat, yoga has become for Rosanna a way of life, and her teachings share this with honesty and gratitude.
As a certified Ayurvedic Therapist, Rosanna's approach through yoga is always to support health, designing classes that ease through the blockages of day-to-day living, allowing for proper flow in both body and mind. There is an emphasis placed on each students awareness in their own body, and integrity in their own practice; each individual student is given space to deepen into their practice in accordance with their unique journey.
Students are encouraged to ask questions following class, regarding anything either the class or their own practice at home has brought up. For questions regarding Ayurveda or diet it's best to book a consultation, and of course students are welcome to book in for Ayurvedic therapy to complement their practice. Further details can be found at www.rosannamckenzie.com
Existing yoga students receive a 10% deduction across all Ayurvedic treatments.