Rosemary Todd Clough

Speaker Bio:

Rosemary Todd Clough is the Founder/Director of Creative Kids Yoga® and Moving Spirit, the Center for Yoga, Dance and Wellness, located in Merrimack, New Hampshire. She has been teaching yoga and dance for more than 30 years to students of all ages and abilities. Rosemary brings a depth of experience and a playful approach to her classes and workshops. She holds a B.S. in education from Tufts University and was elected a teaching fellow at Harvard University in the Graduate School of Education. Rosemary is a Certified Professional Level Kripalu Yoga Teacher, a Certified Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapist and a Stott Pilates Instructor. She also holds certification in Ashtanga Yoga with David Swenson.

Rosemary’s years of creative movement, modern dance training and somatic movement with pioneers in the field – Vineyard Dance, Ballet Arts, Jack Weiner, Barbara Mettler, Anne Green Gilbert, Caryn McHose and Kevin Frank, have had a significant influence on her teaching. She also has studied and continues to explore many different yoga lineages: Kripalu, Iyengar, Anusara, Ashtanga and Kundalini.

Rosemary has been on the faculty of Rivier College and White Wing School and presents yoga and movement workshops nationally and internationally. Recently, Rosemary has been invited and accepted as one of 12 to participate in a year long Acharya (Spiritual Master/teacher) Intensive Teacher Training at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, Lenox, MA.

She is well known for her Creative Kids Yoga® Teacher Trainings and Children™s classes. Yoga Dots®, the product that she developed, is selling globally to schools, childcare centers and parents interested in an innovative approach to raising and educating children. Rosemary is the mother of five and a proud grandmother.



Speaker Session:

Unplugged Play with Creative Kids Yoga

Category: Yoga,

Celebrate the benefits of play – the old fashioned way! Learn more about incorporating developmentally appropriate yoga/movement techniques seamlessly into everyday experiences. Current research shows that there is a direct link between fitness and intelligence, particularly in children under 18 … More

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