Systems Revolutionary Educators
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Systems Revolutionary Educator
Groton, North Massachusetts
About Anne Dries
Anne Dries, founder and owner of Buddha Nest Yoga, began teaching fitness at the age of 15 and has been practicing yoga as long as she can remember. She received a degree in Exercise Science from Northeastern University and is an American College of Sports Medicine certified Exercise Physiologist. She worked as a Personal Trainer, Exercise Physiologist, Cardiac Rehabilitation Specialist, Athletic Trainer, Aerobics Director, Prenatal Fitness Coordinator and Corporate Fitness Center Director. Her experience also includes teaching fitness to the Northeastern University Men’s Basketball Team as well as to the Boston Celtics, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Arizona Wildcats Football Team, and as a fitness expert on 105.7 WVBF’s Loren and Wally Show. Anne received a 200hr Yoga Teacher Certification under both David Magone (Pranavayu) and Kevan Gale (Fluid Yoga). In this training she learned the fundamentals of teaching vinyasa yoga and meditation, and received the guidance of Lama Migmar Tsetsen, a disciple of the Dalai Lama and director of the Sakya Institute in Cambridge, a Buddhist Learning Center. She has completed intensive training in Restorative Yoga with Sudha Carolyn Lundeen and teaches Restorative yoga workshops.
Most recently Anne has completed extensive training with Sarah Powers, and is currently furthering her studies in an additional 500hr certification with Insight Yoga, a yin and yang style with roots in Tibetan Buddhism and Chinese medicine. She currently teaches classes and offers a 20hr Yin Yoga Certification for teachers as well as a 200hr Yin and Yang Teacher Training Certification at her studio. Anne enjoys sharing her passion for yoga with students, and embraces Buddhist inspired teachings and meditation. Ask Anne sometime to tell you the story of the time she met the Dalai Lama! Expect from her classes a mindful focus, incorporating sequences of postures that build on one another to help the body stretch and open gradually, and emphasizing both yin and yang aspects. Her classes begin and close with a guided meditation which is rooted in the Buddhist tradition. Expect a calm vibe and a balanced series of body and mind-challenging experiences. Anne brings together her range of experience with athletes to de-conditioned beginners and applies it to the practice of yoga, ensuring a safe yet challenging experience. You will find the BNY studio to be a warm, welcoming environment in which to practice yoga and meditation. Anne also teaches corporate yoga and meditation classes in the local area and is available for private individual and group sessions. Anne is a resident of Groton, MA.
Foundations of Systems Health course provides the scientific foundation to realize that the first systems biology existed nearly 5,000 years ago, and by appreciating this knowledge one can confidently embrace and integrate knowledge across both systems of medicine: ancient and modern into their practices.