Bhakti is an ancient Sanskrit word translating as 'love' or 'devotion'. Essentially Bhakti is the process of doing any act of service, with willingness and love, rather than resentfully or mechanically. It is the process of slowly softening one's heart and allowing real love to develop. Bhakti Yoga embodies this same principle: to perform acts of service out of love.
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 are here for you whenever you need us.
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Katie Rose is a yoga teacher, ayurveda guide and author with over 25 years of experience in the world of wellness. She holds accreditation with both Yoga Alliance and Yoga Australia as a registered experienced yoga teacher and teacher trainer with many thousands of teaching hours under her belt. She is a doula and teacher for the Australian Doula College.
Katie was the manager of the prestigious TriYoga centre in London before moving to Sydney and opening Samadhi Yoga in 2004 followed by Jivamukti Yoga Sydney which at its peak was a four-studio business and is still a thriving community today.
Her popular online courses have helped hundreds of women from all over the world in empower themselves. Much of Katie’s work focuses on the Australian seasons, landscape and Indigenous culture and she has a keen passion for respecting First Nation’s wisdom as well as animal rights and the environment. Katie has spent many years studying in India, the UK, America and Australia. She has had the honour and blessing of learning with some of the best yoga and ayurveda teachers in the world from some of the strongest, most authentic lineages.
She is the founder and host of the annual Bhakti Women’s Online Yoga Summit and the author of several internationally available books published by Rockpool Publishing including ‘Mindful Living’ and ‘The Yoga of Birth’.
Katie helps women go from feeling stuck and overwhelmed to living a life that is vibrant, creative and abundant. She lives in Sydney, Australia with her partner and her four children (and a baby girl on the way!) in a loud and busy household where her meditation practice keeps her sane!