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Last updated: 12/17/2018
Ms. Rie Monique Cherie
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Profile Link: http://www.iayt.org/member/rie
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9018 Hidden Nest Drive
Midlothian
Virginia
23112  United States
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804 382-5306 (Phone)
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  FME Level 3, E-RYT200, C-IAYT
  Yoga practitioner, Yoga teacher, Yoga therapist
  Yes
Mailing Address
9018 Hidden Nest Drive
Midlothian
Virginia
23112  United States
 [ Map ]
804 382-5306 (Phone)
Visit My Website »
Professional Information
  Rie Monique Cherie is a Yoga Therapist, Movement Specialist, Franklin Method Educator Level 3, Yoga and Tai Chi Instructor with over 20 years of instructional experience. Her specialties include post surgical and injury recovery, injury prevention, neuromuscular re-education, somatic exercise,balanced/functional movement of the pelvic and shoulder girdles, and embodiment meditation. Her teachings draw on a vast background of skills from her training in Dance, Education, Tai Chi, Yoga and Franklin Method.
Education/Experience
Credentials: C-IAYT 2017, Franklin Method Educator, Level Three, 2011; Yoga Teacher E-RYT200, RYT 500 registered since 2009, YogaWorks 200 and 300 hour certifications, 2010; Tai Chi Instructor of the Five Elements Form, Cas Overton, Master Teacher; BFA, Dance and Choreography, Virginia Commonwealth University, 1993. Multiple Continuing Education workshops in the field including Yoga Therapy, Tai Chi Therapy, Yoga for Athletes and Franklin Method® Continuing Education topics.
More Information
Current:
Offering Yoga Therapy online: https://therapy.coach/
University of Richmond, Adjunct
Faculty : Human Kinetics for Dancers;
You can find more information About Rie on the following websites: www.designsforbodyandmind.com and riemoniquecherie.com.
Rie (pronounced, ‘re’, as in rejuvenate) offers a general list below of topics which can benefit athletic training, individual health, injury and surgical recovery:
Diaphragmatic Breathing
Joint Mobility: Foot and Ankle, Knee, Hip-Pelvis-Low Back, Spine, Shoulder Girdle
Mental Rehearsal, Imagery and Visualization
Muscular Tone and Balance
Pelvic Floor Function
Posture and Gait
Organ Health and Exercise