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Find your zen with Ensō Apothecary during the TXWES alumni reunion

03.24.2021 | By:

One of the most exciting developments for TXWES over the past few years has been the addition of new businesses close to campus and the revitalization of the Rosedale corridor. One of our favorite new neighbors is Tamara Johnson and her wellness shop and yoga studio, Ensō Apothecary.

Tamara and instructor Dimitrius Glenn will lead us in a yoga and relaxation session that focuses on basic yoga, breathing and mindfulness. This is a perfect way to de-stress and try something new. Ensō is passionate about wellness and fitness, so we promise you’ll come away from this event feeling great!

Plus, all attendees will be entered to win a gift basket full of Tamara’s best-selling skin products!

This event is part of our Virtual Alumni Reunion Week and is absolutely FREE! If you haven’t already, be sure to register now for this and many other fun and interesting events during the reunion.

About your instructors

Tamara Johnson's heart-centered mission is to end the cycle of abuse and trauma. Self-love and self-care are key to the healing process because when one truly loves themselves, they will become their best version and inspire others to do the same. She takes pride in creating a world where it is safe to love yourself and others more every day. Tamara holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from the University of North Texas and has completed 300 Hours of yoga teacher training.

Dimitrius Glenn is a highly experienced fitness speaker and certified fitness instructor. He is the Lead Instructor at Ensō Apothecary, offering strength and cardio training, functional movement and mobility education to our members and staff. Dimitrius's instruction and mentorship enhances self-confidence with open honest communication, while offering counsel on basic nutrition, goal setting, self-accountability and systems to track the individual's progress. Dimitrius has been a certified fitness trainer for over 15 years and currently works with Baylor Tom Landry Center, Dallas College, and the police academy on the Eastfield Campus.