Improving Vision Naturally with Yoga




Rosemarie Coleman

Rosemarie Coleman, president of Coleman Natural Vision Improvement, has opened a new office at Qi, The Inner Gym, in Boston, where she teaches vision improvement techniques that retrain the brain and employ Kundalini yoga methods to relax eyes, bodies and minds. Coleman’s natural vision improvement classes are offered Tuesdays, 7:30 to 8:45 a.m.; Wednesdays, noon to 1 p.m.; and Thursdays, 6 to 7:30 p.m.

“We yoga our bodies, why not yoga our eyes?” Coleman remarks. “Most people are born with perfect sight and we ‘create our own blur’ through stress and tension in our daily lives. By relaxing our eyes, we can improve our vision naturally, without surgery, drugs or special lenses.”

Coleman says that thousands of people have used her methods to heal nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism and other conditions. Classes cover different approaches to such key aspects of vision as reading, distance seeing, convergence, fusion and tracking. “We use exercises, relaxation, science and physiology to create the pathway to sharper, clearer, more balanced vision that relies less on external correction,” says Coleman. “People can integrate these techniques into their daily routine and see real improvement.”


Location: 419 Boylston St., 4th floor, Boston. For more information, call 617-838-0928 or visit EyesOnYoga.com.

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Improving Vision Naturally with Yoga

Rosemarie Coleman has opened a new office at Qi, The Inner Gym, in Boston, where she teaches vision improvement techniques that employ Kundalini yoga methods.