“Whatever is going to happen will happen, whether we worry or not.”
My vision is to provide a safe and calm space for people to practice and learn meditation and yoga. A studio that allows its members unlimited access thus allowing each person to meditate when it is most convenient to their schedule. Additionally, I envision a studio that offers a supportive community of people who all share the same interest. Meditation has been transformative in my life; it has allowed me to experience more inner peace in the chaos of my day to day tasks, while also reminding me to stay present in this moment. I want to help people experience an inner peace and stillness within their bodies and minds. We, as people, tend to get caught up in the “what ifs” of tomorrow; but with mindfulness and meditation, we can learn to stay present in today.
Angela has a 200 hour yoga teacher certification, plus she is certified and specializes in Accessible Yoga*. Angela has participated in meditation training at BuddhaMind Monastery and she has an extensive knowledge on many styles of meditation.
*Accessible Yoga’s mission is to “share the benefits of yoga with anyone, who currently doesn’t have access to yoga practices, especially communities that have been excluded or underserved. These communities may include people of all shapes, sizes or colors. They include people with physical disabilities, developmental disabilities, or invisible disabilities such as chronic illness, emotional challenge or PTSD. They include people with vision or hearing impairments, canes, walkers and wheelchairs. They are young, middle-aged and senior. Accessible Yoga believes that all people, regardless of ability or background, deserve equal access to the ancient teachings of yoga, which offer individual empowerment and spiritual awakening.” (from the Accessible Yoga website)