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Momease products are made available in quantities to physicians offices, health insurance companies, and the human resources division. Some of our clients include several HMOs Hospitals and Fortune 500 companies.
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Ayanna Smith, who teaches prenatal yoga for Momease, previously taught a similar course at Sibley Hospital for four years.
She holds a B.A. in economics and a minor in biology from Clark Atlanta University.
Smith is also certified in yoga fundamentals, pilates mat and CPR/AED.
She has held yoga instruction positions at the National Children's Center in Silver Spring, Md.; St. John's Church/Senior Center in Washington, D.C.; George Washington University Hospital in Washington; the Aspen Hill Tennis Club in Silver Spring; the Renaissance Hotel in Washington; the Kids Moving Company in Bethesda, Md.; and the Washington Sports Club in Washington.
goal is to provide a service that promotes awareness of the mind and body to cultivate happiness and harmony within one's self.
promotes a style suitable for anyone, from prenatal women to children to seniors to the developmentally and physically challenged.
The Kingsbury Center ~Presenter Bios
www.kingsbury.org, 19 April 2014 [cached]
Yoga for the Developmentally/Physically Challenged - Ayanna Smith, Certified Yoga Instructor, YogaSoul
"My goal is to empower all students with the knowledge of self and health awareness for a better quality of life and learning experiences."
Ayanna Smith, founder of YogaSoul, has a BA in Economics, with a minor in Biology from Clark Atlanta University.
She is certified in Yoga Fundamentals and one of her specialties is teaching the developmentally/physically challenged.
Within Special Education, yoga helps strengthen areas of muscle weakness as well as ability to focus and self-soothe.
Regular practice of certain muscle movements will enhance motor skills, build confidence and promote practicing sequential order and following direction.
states that research has shown that yoga can improve students' social and psychological behavior as well as their academic performance and physical fitness.
.:: YOGASOUL: The Soulsuite: An Online Media. Arts & Studio Collective::.
www.soulsuite.com, 30 April 2007 [cached]
Ayanna Smith, Founder/ Yoga Practitioner
Ayanna's creative inspiration began early in her
life with dance and music.She
attended some of the areas most renowned dance schools such as, Duke Ellington School of the Arts and Jones Haywood School of Ballet
went on to choreograph dances for local public schools and programs as well as dancing with area companies.She became interested in yoga along with other alternative health methods while earning a degree in Economics.Her
first yoga class was taken 8 years ago as part of her
prenatal exercise regimen.Since then, she
has been practicing yoga and obtained her
certification as an instructor.Combining all of her talents she created YogaSoul, a wellness service that offers a variety of yoga classes, parties and workshops as well as consultation on a healthy lifestyle.
Featured in Body&Soul magazine
yoga parties, Ayanna
is creating a unique rejuvenating experience through her
class choreography is uplifting and rhythmic which inspires as well as guides her
students towards their path to enlightenment." I help myself, students and clients to value the moment.And thus, be free to live well."
BE INSPIRED, BE FREE, BE WELL. Inquiries taken by: Ayanna Smith, Certified Practitioner 202.210.7356 YogaSoul@hotmail.com