Kerri Reinbold, entrepreneur and co-founder of the Funky Buddha Yoga Hothouse, will be the next speaker featured at the 2012-13 Wheelhouse Talks, a leadership- and experience-based lecture series hosted by Grand Valley State University’s Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies.
Reinbold, a West Michigan native who returned after living in Chicago, is passionate about health, healing, and encouraging her yoga students. She will speak about her experience of starting a business, and why West Michigan’s creative energy motivated her to return from Illinois.
Reinbold is a senior staff instructor and a certified Baptiste Yoga teacher who took her first yoga class in 2003 after a knee injury left her unable to run. Since then, work on the yoga mat has transformed her life in ways she said she couldn’t have scripted thanks to an accessible, relevant, and fun approach to health and fitness.
Kerri Reinbold Wheelhouse Talk
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts (UICA)
2 W. Fulton St., Grand Rapids
RSVP requested at www.hauensteincenter.org
Reinbold will also discuss her leadership philosophy when it comes to her business, which operates locations in both Grand Rapids and Holland.
Reinbold is the fourth speaker in the series, and will be followed by:
— Troy Evans, transformational pastor and founder of The Edge Urban Fellowship (2-13-13)
— Leann Arkema, CEO of Gilda’s Club Grand Rapids (3-27-13)
All Wheelhouse Talks are free and open to the public.
For more information, visit www.hauensteincenter.org.