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Adam specializes in corrective exercise which he incorporates into Vinyasa and Yin Yoga. His passion and knowledge of Yoga stem from managing chronic low back pain that started at an early age of 19. Though he visited chiropractors and consulted with the best doctors he could find nothing seemed to help and the problem continued to worsen. About 10 years later, after exhausting all conventional resources he found a wellness coach who taught him corrective exercise, proper breathing techniques, and Yoga.

The results were life changing. Within two weeks Adam began to feel relief and every few weeks he improved. This sparked a passion in him to help others. In 2006 he became certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a personal trainer and Corrective Exercise Specialist. In 2008 he enrolled in Yoga teacher training at the Sankalpah College of Yoga in NYC and began teaching in 2009.

Adam Is passionate about sharing this knowledge with others. His hands-on approach and the vast amount of knowledge he has gained throughout the years is what makes his classes different and so effective. The classes he teaches are progressively challenging leading to a meditative state that will have you leaving class feeling more relaxed, grounded and present.


Adam studied under the following teachers:

Isaac Pena & Jude English – Owners of Sankalpah College of Yoga Eric D agati – Founder of One Human Performance Center in NJ – The Functional Movement Screen  FMS  Home of the NY Giants NFL team Grey Cook – Orthopedic Certified Specialist and Founder of the Functional Movement Systems

Other influences:

Paul Chek – Founder of Chek Institute and author of  How to eat, move, & be healthy  Paul Grilley – Author of  Yin Yoga Principles & Practice  James Kigar – Owner of Yoga South in Boca Raton, FL Ken Von Roen III – Founder of Skanda Yoga in Miami, FL

Take 5:

  1. Favorite place to meditate?
    On the beach.
  2. How did you discover Yoga? 
    Looking for a solution for back pain and anxiety.
  3. What have you given up that still tempts you?
    Chasing the greenback.
  4. Favorite type of food?
  5. What or Who inspires you?
    Single parents, particularly my mom.