Amelia Rosenberger is a trombonist and yoga teacher based in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. She has dedicated her career to helping musicians relieve tension, pain, and performance anxiety through the practice of yoga. She believes it is important that musicians take care of both their bodies and minds in order to create sustainable careers.
Amelia has designed yoga classes that specifically target musicians’ wellness needs. All of her classes include simple, beginner-friendly yoga movements, poses, and meditations that are accessible to everyone. She has taught her Yoga for Trombone workshop at universities, including Northwestern University, DePaul University, and the University of Texas at Arlington. You can find examples of her teaching on her Music Body Mind website and YouTube page. Amelia is currently a graduate trombone student at UTA where she studies with Dennis Bubert. She teaches a weekly Yoga for Musicians class to her peers.
In addition to her yoga teaching, Amelia is an accomplished trombonist. She won the American Trombone Workshop Division II National Solo Competition in 2015. In 2014 she was a winner in both the Chamber Music Tulsa Heckman Instrumental Competition and the Courtois Trombone Quartet Competition. Amelia’s undergraduate degree is from Oklahoma State University where she studied with Paul Compton. Amelia is a 500-hour certified yoga teacher with a specialization in Yoga Therapy from Kripalu School of Yoga.
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