With the addition of a new faculty coordinator and new yoga teachers, Estero’s Happehatchee Center is tripling its Yoga and Nia Class offerings. More visitors and Happe regulars will have multiple opportunities to experience the healing effects of Yoga and Nia in Nature.
Andrea Trank, the new Faculty Coordinator, has created an expanded Yoga and Nia schedule for everyone, from those who want to rock out to those who are in need of a gentle rehabilitative practice. In addition to certifications in Yoga Teacher Training and Yoga Anatomy, Andrea is a former High School Science and Ecology Teacher. “Andrea is the perfect match for Happehatchee’s Eco-Spiritual mission,” says Genelle Grant, Board of Directors President. “She has a deep spiritual practice, is a highly skilled instructor for many forms of Yoga, and is an environmental activist and educator.”
Highly qualified Yoga and Nia Instructors teach in the Peace Pavilion surrounded by natural Florida forest. Classes are only $10.00. No pre-registration is required. The schedule includes classes Tuesday through Saturday in the morning, afternoon and evening. Click here to read more about the classes and to view the schedule.
Our mission is to sustain the Happehatchee Eco-spiritual Center as it provides environmental and healing arts education. We preserve and honor Happehatchee’s vibrant land as a way to make sacred connections with our selves, each other, and Nature.