Angi explains what MYMA® is and what it means to “Make your Mind Aware”.
When you become part of the MYMA Movement it will immediately change your mentality towards fitness.
It will not only shape how you move and care for yourself but it will prepare your mind to meet the challenge of change.
Spring Nutrition One lovely recipe I wanted to share with you is the Spring Watercress Chicken soup by Dr. Mao Shing Ni. I LOVE LOVE this recipe as it serves as a great cleansing soup to have as the season turns. It’s still warming but watercress is a natural diuretic and can help serve as […]
New Season, New Beginnings. Hello all. And Happy Spring! Today celebrates the day of Spring Equinox, not only are we ready to get out of Winter jackets, we are ready for SUMMER!! But hold fast my eager bunnies…. for Spring is easily forgotten as LATE WINTER. We’re so ready for the beach time, flip flops, and barbecues […]
Which of the above is better for you? If you are my father, you will have already guess correct. The six pack of beer. WHAT?! “Angi. You teach health and now you’re promoting alcohol? My goodness. The scandal.” Oh have a drink and chill for a moment and lemme explain the genius behind this subject […]
What people are saying about MYMA
Sheri K. 35years old. RN at Kaiser Permanente
Angi is a hands-on instructor who helps you get the most out of every MYMA session. Angi’s knowledge of the human anatomy is impressive. During the MYMA classes she takes the time to help you identify what is causing soreness or stiffness in your body and shows you how to alleviate these problems. The best part is her movement recommendations are simple yet effective. It’s easy to incorporate what you learn in class into your daily routine. A MYMA Routine!
Natalie H. 85years old. Retired Realtor.
Over the years your body changes and you don’t like to admit that you can’t do what you use to. It’s been 3 years of incorporating MYMA into my everyday life and I am still amazed at how much I am becoming more aware of my own body as well as having the knowledge and power to make it feel good in an instant.
Dawn (very) early 60's Pilates Instructor and Biology Professor
I teach Pilates and am a very active woman in my (very) early 60’s and was experiencing back pain that was limiting my practice. Angi teaches the importance of balance in fitness and I was made aware of my lack of maintenance.
After my first MYMA class, the pain in my back was gone–and the simple techniques were easy to repeat at home. On a recent trip, I packed a couple of balls in my carry-on and MYMA-ed (that should be a verb) my feet in the airport during a long layover. And each day on my vacation, I MYMA-ed my feet and lower back–we walked miles each day, and I believe that MYMA helped me maintain that level of activity.