'There are so many ways to go about the work of sharing what we love, what has meaning and value for us.  The best is to patiently create relationships , with precision and detailed attention, watching as each moment of care blossoms into friendship.'

-Elena Brower 


When you join a Bhakti Rose online training you join a community of like-minded sisters.  We have each other’s backs and we meet regularly (via zoom) to sit in sacred circle together and support health and wellbeing.  As well as learning about improving your lifestyle choices during our trainings you will be gently encouraged to keep-up and you will find positive connection and spiritual friendship in our tribe.

We help busy women overcome feelings of overwhelm, low self-esteem and a lack of energy.  Using the teachings of yoga and ayurveda our trainings will bring you back to centre and help you reclaim your sparkle.

Once you sign up you’ll not only have access to the course you’ve chosen but also to email support, a lively Facebook group and a lifetime’s journey of finding and deepening your spiritual practice. We promise to hold your hand along the way whenever you need it.


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Katie Rose

Katie Rose is an inspirational powerhouse, making ancient yogic and ayurvedic wisdom accessible for busy modern-day women. Her solid grounding in mindfulness and spirituality, along with her authentic ‘say it as it is’ approach and impressive business savvy has earnt her an enthusiastic following amongst yogis in Sydney and Australia.

As a published author, advanced level Jivamukti Yoga and Kundalini Yoga teacher, ayurveda consultant and doula, women’s health and wellbeing are Katie’s specialty. She holds the highest possible accreditations with both Yoga Alliance and Yoga Australia and over 20 years, has trained hundreds of yoga teachers.  Katie has recently been developing her skills in coaching and applies this to her wellness work. She started her yogic career at age 19 as a volunteer cleaner at the prestigious TriYoga in London.  By 24 Katie was managing the Primrose Hill TriYoga flagship location after which she moved to Australia in 2004 and founded her own yoga studio ‘Samadhi Yoga’ in Newtown.  In 2007 Katie co-founded Jivamukti Yoga Sydney which at its peak was a four location Sydney based business and remains a community that continues to thrive today. 

Her passion is in bringing devotion and a sense of the sacred to everyday life. She is an animal rights activist and has a deep reverence for nature. Her most recent book (released by Rockpool Publishing in Australia, USA and UK), ‘Mindful Living’, was published in 2019 and the journal and inspiration cards to follow on its success will be available soon. Current projects for Katie include writing, a plant-medicine business Bhakti Blends (ayurvedic teas), in-person teaching at various locations and a substantial online offering including her signature trainings Ayurveda Goddess and Yoga of Birth. 

Katie is the mother of four boys and lives in Sydney’s super-hip Inner West.

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