After exhausting all conventional resources to deal with debilitating pain(due to a motorcycle accident), Adam found One Human Performance Center in Pine Brook, NJ. The founder, Eric D’Agati, worked with Adam, focusing on corrective exercise and pain management. The relief Adam felt was surprisingly quick and it sparked a passion within him to help others. Adam enrolled in the National Academy of Sports Medicine and was certified as a personal trainer. He continued his education as a trainer at the One Human Performance Center.
After just one Yoga class with Isaac Pena at Sankalpah Yoga, Adam realized the benefits of incorporating Yoga into exercise routines. Adam enrolled in Teacher Training with the Sankalpa College of Yoga in New York City, where he earned his Yoga teacher certification and has been teaching Yoga ever since.
Adam leads a free-style type of Vinyasa Flow creating physically and mentally challenging routines that flow smoothly from one asana to the next. His hands-on approach and unpredictable routines promote students to simultaneously focus on form, breath, and endurance, resulting in classes that help create a calming and meditative effect for the mind and body.
- Favorite place to meditate?
On the beach.
How did you discover Yoga?
Looking for a solution for back pain and anxiety.
What have you given up that still tempts you?
Chasing the greenback.
Favorite type of food?Curries
What or Who inspires you?Single parents, particularly my mom.