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Rhett Crowe Yoga- Arthritis (Sub Leah Rosch)

All classes incorporate pose variations as needed and end with relaxation, breathing exercises, and a short meditation.

For a group class you must be able to:
Sit on the floor (except Gentle)
Get up and down from the floor (using a chair for help is totally fine)
Be on hands and knees
Lie on your stomach
These are general guidelines – contact me about any concerns you may have. No mobility limitations for private classes.


This is functional yoga. The goal is for you to be able to move safely and comfortably through your life, doing daily things, for as long as possible. There is no need to be able to stand on your head or tie yourself into knots, although it helps to be curious about your body, your mind and your heart.


About Rhett Crowe:

I teach in the Viniyoga tradition which is known for adapting the many tools of yoga to work with each student. My classes focus not only on physical strength and flexibility, but also adapting breathing, thought, and emotional patterns in order for you to interact with yourself and other people with less stress.

I began practicing Yoga in 2002 and was immediately captivated. I’ve been teaching since 2005. Over the years my yoga practice has afforded me comfort and stability in my body and calmed my emotions. I believe everyone can do yoga, no matter their condition, it just may not look the same! My desire is to pass on these practices so others can find the same contentment as I have in the middle of their busy lives.

For more information, please visit her website

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