Mary worked in business for 30 years as a Controller and Business Manager. She found yoga more than 25 years ago to help balance her hectic business life. She has studied at various ashrams and yoga centers in the United States and Bahamas. She has been sharing her knowledge since 1990, helping people improve their lives.
She has made regular visits to the Sivananda Yoga Ashram in the Bahamas, where she began a long and vast study of Yoga Therapy; practicing asanas, pranayama breathing, meditation & awareness techniques for healing, She has been a Reiki Master for many years and found the modality when she was a young girl. She incorporates Reiki and Thai Yoga into her Yoga practice. She has a strong Healing Sound Practice that she shares with all of her students.
About Integrated Therapy
MAry Rosi, E-RYT, RYS
Yoga Practioner, Teacher Trainer,
Reiki Master, Meditation & Breath Coach
Thai Yoga Master
561~374~3330 • firstname.lastname@example.org
As an Integral Practioner, we will share a unique practice together, dedicated to recovering what is the essence of your true nature: to restore and maintain internal stability and to access the body's homeostatic properties available to everyone.
It's important to be enlightened by various forms and levels of Yoga. Gain an Understanding of Mat work through Vinyasa Flow, Hatha, Gentle Flow or Chair Yoga. In addition, Creating & Developing a Meditation practice in the traditional India methodology. Access Healing through sound using Therapeutic Tibetan Bowls, Gongs, Chimes.
Reiki - another form of energy healing that can help alleviate physical, emotional, mental and spiritual stress. It is a way to ‘tune-up’ your energy to its healthier state allowing for healing to take place. Reiki is a gentle and safe healing practice that is geared towards removing any energy blocks in our system caused by emotional, mental or physical stress and pain.
Thai Yoga Therapy - performed on a floor bed in comfortable clothing. The technique has been described as assisted Hatha Yoga incorporating rhythmic motion, palming & thumbing along energy lines of the body. The origins are traced back to India in the healing tradition of Ayurveda.
Classes, courses, and workshops help shed light on interpreting and incorporating the nature of these modalities in all aspects of life.