Rose KRI certified as a Kundalini Yoga Level One Teacher, Radiant Child Yoga Teacher, SuperHealth: The Yogic Science to Break Habits & Addictive Behavior Teacher, and Gong Master certified by Don Conreaux.
She graduated from Mount Holyoke College with a B.A in Fine Arts and psychology, and Pratt Institute with a masters degree in the Psychology of Creativity (aka. Art Therapy).
Her work includes being an artist, illustrator, visual designer (websites and usability), teacher, art therapist, and children's book author/illustrator.
A very special passion exists for her love of art, the creative process, sound, union-yoga, and
the joy inherent in the infinite, creative connection we have to each other.
She is particularly grateful for the very simple silent heart meditation given to her by her teachers Anne Novak and Mukesh.
Kundalini Yoga was brought to the west by Yogi Bhajan in 1969. The ancient technology of yoga has many branches, Kundalini which means, "hair of the Lock of God", works on uniting mind, body and spirit through awareness and working with one's energy.
Kundalini Yoga is safe and very healing. We use mantra (sound vibration), mudra (hand positions), kriya (actions in specific sequences, positions, repetitions and times), eye focus and breathing to create a desired healing effect in
As with most yogas, the experience is you experiencing You. You giving yourself the experience of union with your mind, body and soul.
At Love Art & Yoga, art can take on many forms.
We provide both technical and process classes.
"What is the difference?", you may ask.
Technical classes focus on the nuts and bolts of technique, like, "How do I create a 3D effect?",
or "How do I mix colors?".
Process classes like what we experience when we combine art and yoga, are intuitive interpretations of experience, thought or intention.
Images come from an internal connection to yourself.
Process classes can also exist independent of the yogic experience. We journal, use meditation as inspiration, quotes, experiences, anything to move our creative consciousness in directions we have never traveled before.
We open up to new frontiers (cue "Star Trek theme song"). I'm serious.
Our images, and that of our fellow practioners, often come into existence to teach us about our Selves, and that's really cool.