Yoga builds a strong foundation, not only for your body, but for mind and soul as well. It can support you through life’s hurdles and allow you to be more present in life’s greatest moments. With yoga you build a relationship with yourself by quieting the mind from daily distractions and looking introspectively. What are your needs? What is your potential?  What is limiting you? Greater control of your breath and your mind can lead to greater control of your life!
Angela (Angie) has completed her 200 hour RYT through Gawea Yoga in Lockport.  Her training incorporated muscular and skeletal anatomy, alignment and use of props as well as meditation, pranayama (breath work) and classical yoga practices. Angela has been personally practicing yoga since 2007 following a lower back injury, and is grateful for the relief that a regular practice has offered her. In 2011, she expanded her practice by training in aerial arts and dance and embraced all forms of expressive movement. 
Angie enjoys any and all creative activities. She is passionate, and moved by music, poetry and photography. She loves spending time outdoors and playing like a kid with her own three children.  She believes it is important to stay curious and young at heart.  That’s not to say she doesn’t often play the role of ‘stressed out parent,’ and definitely understands the tension caused from sitting at a desk or stuck behind the wheel for too long each day.
Angie also works as a speech therapist and has her Master’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She works with children from birth to 3 years with developmental delays and medical disorders.
Yoga has brought a wonderful balance to her life and Angie hopes to share what she has learned through the years (and continues to learn). She excites in others’ accomplishments would love to be able to help you meet your individual goals. Your yoga practice should be every bit as unique as you are! 

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