Rosemarie (Ree) Coleman
Ree Coleman discovered yoga in her teens on TV and fell in love to offset physical, mental and emotional stress as a competitive figure skater. 20 years later when she gave up competing, Ree received certification with 200+ hours in Kundalini Yoga. Her passion lies in helping students become aware of their mental, physical and emotional limitations and inviting postures, breath, meditation and mantra to open the doors to a healthier, happier and balanced body. Teaching fascial stretching, expanding lung capacity and strong pelvic floors are core themes to her classes.
Ree specializes in Eyes On Yoga – combining yoga with the Bates Method of Vision Improvement and FACELift Yoga to reduce mental, visual and eye stress and strain. Healthy eyesight is based on relaxation, movement, centralization, peripheral awareness, fusion and eye teaming, blinking, breathing and vital nutrients. Ree has improved her own vision from wearing -7.50 contact lenses to not needing glasses to drive in Massachusetts, despite vision loss from multiple eye surgeries from an eye disease. Her daily yoga and vision practice, along with cooking, biking and gardening keep her joyful to greet each day with new awareness and happy eyes and bodies.