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Alex Rosenblum 

E-RYT 200, RYT 500, YACEP, RCYT

​ACE Personal Trainer

Certified Plant-based Holistic Nutritionist


Looking for me on social media? You can follow me on IG @greenideasyoga but better yet come practice with me in person (!!) in one of my classes or workshops, send me an email or go check out my YouTube channel and make a request for something you'd like to work on!

​​GREEN IDEAS 

​WELLNESS

Yoga.

Personal Training.

Holistic Nutrition.



Complete Balance on every level.

Private and small group lessons in Seattle, WA.

"Keep the ethical rules, eat the right food, and lose your ego. That's all. You don't have to put your legs behind your head."

Excellent article on Sri Dharma Mittra

Tell me your pronouns and I'll tell you mine:)

Those of us, especially in an industry that cares for humans (wait isn't that all the industries?), need to make sure our words always convey the respect that we feel. That means learning and using the right words when talking about people (pronouns). And you can't assume those words by the way someone looks from the outside- it's just not how it works. For me, if you're asking (and you should) - its "HE/HIM", please. Thanks! Check out the FAQs page for more info on what it means to be transgender.

"We should all be eating fruits and vegetables as if our lives depended on it- because they do." - Michael Greger, MD

Dr Greger has literally sorted through EVERY SINGLE scholarly journal article on nutrition so that you don't have to. The consensus? No question: a whole food, plant-based diet. But go check it out for yourself.  

​Heeeey- What is Universal Yoga anyway? Click here to learn more about Universal Yoga and here to read more about Lama Andrey Lappa, my teacher and the founder of Universal Yoga.

​​​"Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants." - Michael Pollan.

The food industry is confusing. Nutrition doesn't need to be. Want help? Ask me!  or go check out The Center for Nutrition Studies and Dr. T. Colin Campbell 

Looking for other Universal Yogis in the US?


See some of my dharma siblings:


Raj Patra at Portland Yoga for Life

Sheri Baemmert at Prajna in Wisconsin

Tommasina Lash in Atlanta