About Rosie

Who is Rosie Waters?

In 1999 Rosie was diagnosed with chronic osteoarthritis in both knees and advised by her doctor to keep mobile using non-impact exercise. This began her love affair with yoga. She practiced Iyengar yoga for two years, and subsequently attended Hatha, Scaravelli, and Khundalini classes. It was the Vajrasati Yoga School which brought everything together, and she had found her spiritual home.

She attended the Vajrasati teacher training course to deepen her own relationship with yoga. Discovering the joy of sharing her love of yoga with others through teaching, Rosie went on to complete the 500hr Yoga Alliance accredited teaching qualification.

Rosie subsequently completed further training to teach students with ME and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, elements of which she uses with students who have other limitations to their practice. Her current experience includes teaching more mature and less able students.

Rosie has been teaching since early 2008, and currently runs classes in Brighton, Seaford and Peacehaven. She also teaches small groups and individual students in their homes or at her studio in Seaford.

Over the last nine years Rosie has taught twelve yoga holidays & retreats in Spain and West Crete and there will be more in 2017 - see Holiday page!!