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Journal to the Heart
On Saturday, June 10th from 1:00-4:00pm, we invite you to join Athena Engelman, E-RYT500 for a 3 hour journey back to the Heart. Through journaling, moving, and sharing we can tap into our energetic body, specifically the Heart Chakra, and nurture our spirit. Athena will guide you through a series of heart opening postures that massage and invigorate the internal organs, strengthen the abdominal muscles, arms, back and shoulders. Taking moments throughout the course to write in our journals when inspired by word, quotes, feelings or actions. We will end out workshop with journaling and a discussion closing circle to reconnect with our intention or goal for the workshop.
Admission is $45
This Course is registered with Yoga Alliance and Yoga Teachers will receive 3 CEC’s through YACEP.
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Since 2002 Athena has shared Yoga with students of many levels ranging in ages from kids yoga and corporate yoga, to seniors yoga and various styles from restorative and prenatal to vinyasa and alignment-based flow. Her love of healing movement prompted her to continue sharing and in 2008 she began certifying and training others to become yoga teachers at the 200/300/500 hour level through the Yoga Alliance. In 2012 Athena became a Certified Pilates Instructor, training in Pilates as rehab for a hip injury, she decided to further her education and train to become a Pilates instructor. While living in Costa Rica she trained and worked at Pilates Nosara. Having seen firsthand how Pilates and Yoga compliment one another Athena is a huge advocate for utilizing both in her daily regimen. Her experience spreads across many states and countries giving her the multicultural experience of teaching active and healthy lifestyles to tourists and locals alike. In 2005 she created Live Your Yoga Retreats as a way to share her love of Yoga, Pilates and Travel. Athena leads group retreats in the states as well as internationally. She’s happy to be here and cannot wait to meet you and share in the experience that is Pilates and Yoga. “We should consider every day lost in which we do not dance at least once.”~ Nietzsche