Angie has been practicing yoga since she was 16 years old. The initial motivation for starting her practice came during her years of dance training; she turned to yoga to help her body heal from the strain ballet and contemporary dance exerted on her body. The rewards and benefits made her curious to gain a deeper understanding of the dynamics of yoga and to be able to share them with others. As such, she undertook an Ashtanga Yoga teacher training course at the Jim Harrington Yoga Union and hasn’t looked back since. Since then, she has completed her 500 hour advanced teacher training, 50 hour yoga for sport as well as her teacher training in Budokon, a new contemporary form of yoga that draws from Martial arts, calisthenics and animal locomotion. Angie’s classes focus on physical awareness and developing the ability of listening to one’s own body with the purpose to reconnect body to mind.
I love the shared vision of a healthy lifestyle that Bodyism embraces so well. The culture it creates inspires people to enjoy a better and more active life.