Hi you gorgeous lot!

Thanks for visiting! I’ve genuinely wanted to make other people happy since I was a child, so it’s with a huge amount of pleasure my work in Yoga, holistic health and positive psychology has all married together on this platform to do exactly that! So here’s why I do what I do… 

I started my career in TV, and soon I found myself as the Fashion and Beauty editor of one of the UK’s best-selling titles at just 24 years old. This work took me all around the world meeting all kinds of people who fell smack bang into the category of what we deem as ‘successful.’ People that seemed to have it all, that all behaved like they were missing something.

I got really curious about why humans categorically get the idea of what would make them ‘happy’ distorted. I noticed that people were being celebrated for the same things that were burning them out and I came to realise that the expectations society has of us this day and age are dangerous, unrealistic and if we’re not careful, they’ll remove us from who we really are and eventually make us ill. It became so apparent to me that our bodies will always present to us a bill, and I was determined not to learn the hard way.

I married my Yoga teaching with positive psychology and trained in Holistic and Integrative health to help others find their mission, align with their own core values and make small changes to their lives that can have a huge impact on their overall wellbeing. Nothing makes me happier than making other people happy, and assisting in aligning them with their joy. So here we are, dive in, enjoy, and I can’t wait to connect with you all!

Rosie Underwood is a teacher and specialist in Vinyasa flow with positive psychology, as well as an Integrative health coach and lifestyle Journalist. 

Rosie has used yoga as a way to ground herself throughout her long career as a magazine editor, and credits it with keeping her calm and level-headed amidst the pressure of shoots, print deadlines and the everyday stresses life can throw at us.

Her dedication to her yoga practice has taken her to all four corners of the globe, allowing her to fully understand what it takes to make people feel the best they possibly can, no matter what their circumstances.

Rosie has trained with over 85 of the wellbeing industry’s leading experts, including Deepak Chopra, Gabriella Bernstein and Doctor Andrew Weil, and has formulated a unique, well-rounded teaching and coaching practice as a result.

Rosie now teaches yoga, coaches, gives uplifting talks internationally, and writes for a wide variety of publications.

Her ethos is simple – to make people feel as happy as they possibly can, both internally and externally. She achieves this by working with people from a bio-individual standpoint, tailoring every programme to each person’s unique needs.

When Rosie’s not working from her Notting Hill home, you can find her practicing yoga, hiking, wild swimming, paddle boarding or seeking out the best waves to surf.

'When nothing is sure, anything is possible'