Do you feel stuck?
Are you missing purpose or passion?
Are you ready to embrace inner peace so you can radiate out?
Then aware: an everyday yoga experience is for you.
What is aware? A four-time monthly series designed to shift your emotional, physical, spiritual, and relationship awareness and wellness.
Join us September 26, October 24, November 28, and December 12 from 9:45 am until 11:45 am at Triple Play Farm in Davidson for an introspective yoga experience. Bring your mat, a journal, and a favorite pen for a practice that will break you open and bring you joy.
Registration is $30 per class or $100 for all four classes. There is limited space so reserve your spot now!
I am a wife, mother, yoga teacher, and a student. I am married to an amazing partner Doug and we have two boys, Wil (4.5), Owen (2.5). I took a leap of faith after my older son’s birth and decided to leave my job as a fundraising professional to stay at home. Daily life with two kids is a roller coaster. I recharge on my yoga mat. On my mat, I feel reconnected to “me” – empowered and free.
In 2011, I completed my 200 hour Teacher Training with the talented team at Yoga One Wellness in Charlotte. I teach at Melting Point in Huntersville and at Yoga One in Charlotte. Teaching for me is my truest, deepest, fullest expression of my heart-led calling in life. I hope to lead students in class to practice love, joy, possibility, presence and freedom so that they can connect with their most authentic self.
In addition to teaching, I serve on the Boards of Circle de Luz and Hawthorne Lane Preschool, both causes near and dear to my heart. In the moments when I’m not teaching, parenting or volunteering, you’ll find me cooking, eating, traveling, reading and sports. I love cured meat, watermelon and a great slice of pizza. You can catch me in the fall on Sundays watching hours upon hours of football and cheering my home state Kentucky Wildcats during basketball season. Thanks to my Dad’s influence, I’m a lover of all sports, and nothing gets me teary eyed more than an emotional victory by an underdog team. My Mom instilled a love for travel at a young age with her passion for travel and although zoos, children’s museums and trips to the beach are more my normal since having children, I dream of Hawaiian beaches, Italian gelato, the hills of Tuscany and Vermont in the summer.
During a life that has been spent figuring out how to empower myself and try every day to learn and grow, I found my mission: to empower women and girls to embrace their authentic selves so they can live their passion and purpose and give their gifts to the world. I live my mission by offering clases and workshops, through my writing, and volunteering. I am the author of Beautiful You: A Daily Guide to Radical Self Acceptance and Hijas Americanas: Beauty, Body Image, and Growing Up Latina. I also teach courses on body image at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte and facilitates transformative workshops and retreats for women. I blog at www.rosiemolinary.com and write for www.voxxi.com, www.mamiverse.com, and The Charlotte Observer.
I am a former Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools high school teacher and coach and care passionately about the empowerment of young people. I serve on the board of Circle de Luz, a non-profit that radically empowers young Latinas by supporting their transformation through extensive mentoring, holistic programming and scholarship funds for further education.
I spend the fall and winter obsessing over NFL fantasy football (and Panthers football) and my cardigan collection and the spring and summer obsessing over my garden and pleasure reading. I am a crack of dawn runner, and I dig yoga, Pilates, surfing, and stand up paddling. I am, oddly, equal parts reverrent and irreverrent. I paint for pleasure, write for purpose, and parent with equal parts whimsy and panic. I live in Davidson with my husband, son, and our sweet, big mutt of a pup who still, more than three years later, hasn’t gotten over the fact that we brought a little boy home to rock her world. My favorite thing is figuring out, every day, how to get a little closer to my truth so I can better engage in my world and having a sense of wonder and humor about how it all goes down (or doesn’t).