Feeling as though you are going through life on autopilot? Do you continue to habitually respond to life in a manner that may not be serving you?
This workshop, led by Aimee Conners & Amy O'Sullivan will use mindfulness techniques and positive psychology principles to shift your perspective. The combination creates an opportunity to become the best version of yourself by becoming present and focusing on your strengths.
**Please take the free via character strengths test before the workshop. Link: http://www.viacharacter.org/www/Character-Strengths-Survey
$40 for unlimited YV members/$45 per guest. Registration required, sign up soon to save your spot!
About Aimee & Amy:
Aimee Senise Conners has been teaching yoga in Rochester since 1997. She specializes in alignment based asana, yoga philosophy, and training & mentoring yoga teachers. Aimee found meditation while still in high school, and eventually, through study and living in the ashram of Gurumayi Chidvilasananda, met her two most significant mentors: John Friend and Douglas Brooks. That precise pairing of exacting asana and influential philosophy defines Aimee's style of yoga teaching and it is what she tries to bring to every class she leads.
Amy O’Sullivan is Certified in Applied Positive Psychology through the New York Open Center, a certification administered and based off of The University of Pennsylvania’s Master’s Program in Applied Positive Psychology. She received her Bachelors of Science degree with a double major in Psychology and Criminology from the University of Maryland, College Park. As a certified yoga instructor, Amy interweaves the underlying principles with breath and movement. Amy hopes to begin her Master's in Applied Positive Psychology in the Fall of 2018 at the University of Pennsylvania.