ANGIE COROGIN, Mindfulness Educator & School Wellness Consultant
Angie is a Level One Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Instructor, she received her training from Brown University Mindfulness Center where she continues to study. She is a Mindfulness Educator working with schools across the state, with corporations, and with private clients. Angie is also a Certified Integrative Nutrition Coach and offers sessions both virtually and in-person.
I teach mindfulness to hold space & time for others to explore the edges of their body, mind and the connection to that which is greater than themselves.
I believe that these ancient practices are a type of alchemy, offering potent transformation as we investigate habitual mind habits and our relationship to stress & suffering. I teach mindful movement, breath work, yin and yang yoga practices, and MBSR because they each offer different pathways to bring our entire being forwards greater balance and powerful, potent, passionate living.
BACKGROUND & TRAINING
Angie has an active Ohio Intervention Specialist license. She has worked with students of all ages and has coached K-12 General Education and Special Education Teachers. She believes that the future of our collective well-being is at the hands of our schools and teachers.
Angie has over 20 years experience in the fitness industry spanning roles from T-Ball Coach to Therapy Center Director, and currently a Yoga Studio Owner. She has a B.S. in Environmental Education and her M.Ed. in Intervention Services. Angie is Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher and has over 1500 hours of yoga training including yoga for athletes, kids yoga, trauma sensitive yoga, mindfulness, yoga therapy, strength, and more.
She lives on the Maumee River and enjoys gardening, yoga, kayaking, traveling with her husband and dog, and keeping chickens. She currently serves as a Wood County Court Appointed Advocate/ Guardian at Litem and is passionate about this volunteer work with at-risk youth.