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Harmonetiks

 
 

The Harmonetiks tm method is the fusion of the Western scientifically proven system of synchronization, along with the thousands of years of empirical experience, knowledge and data from the East. Harmonetiks integrates the knowledge of biological mathematics, Acupuncture, Chinese Medicine, Daoist tai chi, Qi gong, Yoga, Music, and Martial Arts, into techniques and practices you can use to bring yourself into harmony and unlock your extraordinary energy. This extraordinary energy is a place of effortlessness that is already inside you.

We believe you deserve to live life at your fullest potential; reaching your highest levels of health, wellness, and mental performance. We know that in order to achieve your full potential, harmony must take place in the energy of the brain and body. Our goal is to help you find the harmony that is already inside your body using simple techniques to help you find effortlessness. You choose your method of finding effortlessness; through yoga or golf or music or leadership, or any discipline we offer. The lessons we offer make effortlessness tangible and easy to apply to today's lifestyle.

Effortlessness is free-flowing harmonious energy. Energy is elusive. We talk about and feel it, but it can be hard to understand how to use it until now. A musician uses one type of energy to play an instrument, while an executive or an elite athlete uses a different type of energy. We are surrounded by energy and our body itself is a symphony of energy. Our life force is the ability of our body to harmonize the energy of our networks, systems and organs.

What happens when this energy is blocked or not in harmony? We experience sickness, fatigue, stress, limited performance...the list goes on and on. Each of us has the power to harmonize our energy and eliminate the sickness, fatigue, stress, and limited performance. We have the power to access the energy to live an extraordinary life at our fullest potential.

Learn about our Harmonetiks courses below.

 
 
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Golf

The Harmonetiks tm Golf Series will take you on a step-by-step journey to allow the energy to flow effortlessly through your body for a healthy, pain-free golf experience. Simply, golf is the the transfer of energy through your body, through your golf club and into the ball. Any chaotic movement or movement that is not in harmony with the flow of the body's energy, compromises the flow of the energy. This lack of energy flow leads to bad shots, weak shots and injury. 

Course Taught By: Allen Avakian

Allen has over 33 years of sales, management, and educational experience in the golf industry and is a creative perceptive communicator possessing the ability to interpret, simplify, and explain ideas and concepts.

He has authored and produced golf instructional programs and consumer literature for training individuals and professionals in a completely unique golf learning system. Allen has produced course syllabus, companion reference literature for all facets of the game, and scripting for the professional programs. He has trained multiple professionals and hundreds of individuals over the last ten years.

In addition, Allen served as host and co-host for two Charlotte North Carolina radio shows titled On the Green and Out of Bounds respectively for over three years. He wrote multiple articles on golf learning for Metrolina Golf Magazine and Carolina Golf Journal over the last four years.

Professional Experience

Allen is currently a teaching professional at the Glen Dornoch Waterway golf course Little River, South Carolina.

Previously Allen was a teaching professional and club fitter at Charlotte Country Club as well as the Director of Learning Development at the Impact Performance Golf Learning Center and Vice President of Learning Development for Targeted Golf. 

 

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Yoga

The Harmonetiks tm Yoga Series is designed to teach you the skills to synchronize your energy and become harmonious with the energy that is within you and all around you so that you can utilize your effortless power and full potential.  The first course starts with focusing on the energy of the Crown Chakra. You'll be guided through a series of techniques and a sun-salutation to stimulate the brain in order to help you find clarity and focus, as well as stimulate the energy that enhances intellectual yearning.

In this course you will learn to live in harmony with your body and unlock your energy. 

Specifically, you will learn:

  • What to Practice
  • How to Practice
  • Multiple Practice Routines

Course Taught By: Paula Gibson

Paula began her yoga practice to heal herself from a severe autoimmune disorder. At one point she was barely able to crawl, much less walk to her mat. The vitality, strength and healing properties are what inspired Paula to become a teacher and share the knowledge she gained. Though well versed in many styles of yoga, including Hatha, Anusara, Bikram, Flow, Power, Yin, and Shri Diva plus Thai massage, she began studying Ashtanga 10 years ago and become certified as an instructor in 2011. Most recently, Paula was assisting and being mentored by her dear friend, Stan Woodman, level two authorized KPYJOIS at Kaia Yoga. Paula teaches yoga with a mindset gleaned from the founder of Ashtanga yoga, "Yoga is for everybody, the only people who can't practice are lazy people." Paula's yoga practice and experience was taken to the next level when she started working with Jeff—his knowledge and experience of energy tied with her knowledge and experience of yoga has combined to bring out the effortless energy of yoga.

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Self-Care

COMING SOON...The Harmonetiks tm Self-Care Series will teach your how to harmonize your own energy to help yourself. You'll follow individuals on their journey as they harmonize their own energy with Harmonetiks and heal themselves. 

Course Taught By: Coming Soon

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Music

COMING SOON...The Harmonetiks tm Music Series teaches you how to use your energy effortlessly for all aspects of your musicianship, starting with improving your sound. How we use our energy affects our sound, as well as keeping us healthy and injury free.

Course Taught By: Rebecca Johnson

Becky Johnson is a Wisconsin-born violinist and violist. She received her Bachelor of Music in viola performance from the Oberlin Conservatory, and her Master of Music in Suzuki pedagogy from Ithaca College, where she trained with Carrie Reuning-Hummel. Her other teachers include Peter Slowik, David Quiggle, Yuliya Smead, and Barbara Beechey. Becky has received additional Suzuki training from Sandy Reuning, Kimberly Meier-Sims, Ed Kreitman, and Tom Wermuth. 

As an orchestral musician, Becky has performed as a member of The Civic Orchestra of Chicago, Orchestra of the Southern Finger Lakes, and the National Festival Orchestra at the National Orchestral Institute. An avid chamber music lover, Becky has also performed as a member of the Florestan Quartet and as part of the Credo Chamber Music Festival. Becky has been teaching for ten years, and is passionate about gaining more knowledge through further training, observing, and learning from her students.

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Harmonetiks for Leaders

COMING SOON...The Harmonetiks tm Executive Leadership Series will be on discovering and harnessing energy for the brain in order to manifest and maintain clarity of thought, centeredness, focus for better decision making, manage time and inspire people (such as staff/employees).

Great leaders and entrepreneurs are continuously seeking harmony in a chaotic world. These people need to know how to harmonize their own energy and be the source of effortless, powerful energy for others. These lessons are designed to help you be that beacon of light. 

Course Taught By: Patricia Campanile

Patricia Campanile, M.H.S.A. is a certified global Edgewalker business, executive and life coach and successful trainer, facilitator, workshop and retreat leader. For over 25 years she has worked across industry lines with leaders, entrepreneurs, corporations and national organizations in “REINVENTING SUCCESS FROM THE INSIDE OUT”. Patricia's passion is guiding leaders, executives and entrepreneurs in “Reclaiming Their Wholeness “ by accessing and contributing their full potential to influence others and impact positive change in the world. Her presentations and coaching provide a unique combination of inspiration, practical tools and strategies to live authentically, experience fulfillment, and lead successful professional and personal lives.  She focuses on integrating personal, professional and spiritual growth and as a paradigm bridger supports others in transitioning between mainstream and what is evolving on the planet at this time in history. By connecting more to who they are, her programs and coaching awaken the integral authenticity in leaders and individuals so they are better prepared to shift and take an evolutionary leap in their lives and work.

She was honored by the Connecticut Business & Professional Women as WOMAN OF ACHIEVEMENT and founded and led the Southwest Florida Chapter of Women of Vision & Action (WOVA). She participated in the United Nations International Conference on the Status of Women in NYC. 

Harmonetiks Band Member - Join the Band for free and earn 25% commission

You can become a band member for free and earn a 25% commission on a course selection of your choice. You can choose from golf, yoga or Jeff’s healing courses.

Harmonetiks Section Player

A band section player is an affiliate that may represent any 3 courses. A band section player can represent 3 courses for a $25 monthly fee. Currently, a band section player can represent yoga, golf, and Jeff’s healing courses.

Harmonetiks Band Section Leader

Coming Soon…..A band section leader. For $50 per month, a band section leader can represent 5 courses.

Coming Soon….Harmonetiks for Horse owners and caregivers-Jess’s Place

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Coming soon………Every horse owner should know how to work with their horses’ energy.

Fitness, focus, discipline and Leadership -Special Class

 Greenwich resident Alan Sharkany, recipient of the president’s Volunteer Service Award for Lifetime Achievement, speaks to a crowd at Camp Simmons last week afterbeing presented with the award by former Navy SEAL Carl Higbie, left.    GREENWICH — For decades, Alan Sharkany Jr. has channeled the same drive and strength that inspired him to join the Marines into helping others prepare themselves to serve their country. And now his efforts have gotten the attention of none other than the president of the United States.  Last Thursday, in a special ceremony outdoors at Camp Simmons, Sharkany, a Greenwich resident, was presented with the president’s Volunteer Service Award for Lifetime Achievement for his more than 25 years of training and mentoring aspiring service members through a rigorous non-profit program he runs called BUD/S and Beyond. Several of the program’s graduates were on hand as part of the crowd of more than 50 that came to salute Sharkany.  “I am not here receiving this award, getting these accolades, by virtue of my strengths and skills,” Sharkany said. “It is a gift, a calling that I may have the privilege to lead amazing young men and women. And when I say leadership, I’m talking about my favorite definition of the word, where metaphorically on bended knee, I come and serve these individuals. In light of wearing the uniform no longer, I pour myself into these candidates.”  Saying no one ever accomplishes anything by themselves, Sharkany paid tribute to his family, including his father, Alan Sr., and his children Jade, Amber, Alan and Michael, who he called “four amazing pillars” who sustained him and allowed him to handle anything. Two of his children — Jade and Alan — attended Thursday’s ceremony.  Sharkany was visibly emotional upon receiving the award and spoke passionately about his desire to serve his country and inspire future leaders.  “I was given the tremendous privilege of learning three components that I impart to these candidates today — a tremendous work ethic, the ability to persist in light of unbelievable odds and how to be a leader of men,” he said.  The ceremony was led by Greenwich resident and former Navy SEAL Carl Higbie, who serves in the Trump administration as chief of external affairs for the Corporation for National and Community Service. Higbie said the award is given out very rarely and only to “people who have a great impact on the community and those around them.”  “A lot of people are recommended for this award and it goes up against a pretty rigorous board of people who decide whether the service provided is worthy of this,” Higbie said. “Alan Sharkany has put over 25,000 hours into this program and there aren’t many people more worthy of this award…This is a chance for me, on behalf of the president, to recognize him for the amazing things he contributed to this community.”  Higbie read a statement that had been authorized by President Donald Trump for the event.  “Rain or shine, through countless hours working to strengthen military candidates, he persevered,” the statement read. “Although this program is primarily for tier-one military candidates, Alan has made it clear the program is open to anyone who wants to properly prepare for a military career. Each year between 50 and 100 candidates work closely with Alan, growing personally, physically and mentally. Not only is he helping these young people prepare for the military. He’s teaching them about leadership and giving back to the communities that raised them.”  Higbie praised the program’s growth through the years to be able to meet the high demands placed on candidates for all branches of the service. The program, which was initially once a week for conditioning and mentoring of those who wanted to be Marines or in the special forces, meets twice a week and calls for a 12 to 15 hour weekly commitment.  More information about the program is online at https://www.facebook.com/budsbeyond and at www.instagram.com/budsbeyond.  The crowd included State Reps. Michael Bocchino (R-150th) and Fred Camillo (R-151st) as well as Chief of Police James Heavey and First Selectman Peter Tesei, who personally thanked Sharkany for his work.  “You are an inspiration to young people to take up the call of service,” Tesei told Sharkany. “For that we are eternally grateful, proud and respectful.”  Several of the other mentors who work in the program with Sharkany were also in attendance and he called them up to share the moment with him. He also shared the honor with the current and former members of the program and said it was their dreams and dedication that continued to inspire him.  “They could go on and be a success in anything they choose, in the business world or anywhere, but they set that aside and choose to commit their heart and their time and a part of their life for this great country,” Sharkany said.  kborsuk@greenwichtime.com

Greenwich resident Alan Sharkany, recipient of the president’s Volunteer Service Award for Lifetime Achievement, speaks to a crowd at Camp Simmons last week afterbeing presented with the award by former Navy SEAL Carl Higbie, left.

GREENWICH — For decades, Alan Sharkany Jr. has channeled the same drive and strength that inspired him to join the Marines into helping others prepare themselves to serve their country. And now his efforts have gotten the attention of none other than the president of the United States.

Last Thursday, in a special ceremony outdoors at Camp Simmons, Sharkany, a Greenwich resident, was presented with the president’s Volunteer Service Award for Lifetime Achievement for his more than 25 years of training and mentoring aspiring service members through a rigorous non-profit program he runs called BUD/S and Beyond. Several of the program’s graduates were on hand as part of the crowd of more than 50 that came to salute Sharkany.

“I am not here receiving this award, getting these accolades, by virtue of my strengths and skills,” Sharkany said. “It is a gift, a calling that I may have the privilege to lead amazing young men and women. And when I say leadership, I’m talking about my favorite definition of the word, where metaphorically on bended knee, I come and serve these individuals. In light of wearing the uniform no longer, I pour myself into these candidates.”

Saying no one ever accomplishes anything by themselves, Sharkany paid tribute to his family, including his father, Alan Sr., and his children Jade, Amber, Alan and Michael, who he called “four amazing pillars” who sustained him and allowed him to handle anything. Two of his children — Jade and Alan — attended Thursday’s ceremony.

Sharkany was visibly emotional upon receiving the award and spoke passionately about his desire to serve his country and inspire future leaders.

“I was given the tremendous privilege of learning three components that I impart to these candidates today — a tremendous work ethic, the ability to persist in light of unbelievable odds and how to be a leader of men,” he said.

The ceremony was led by Greenwich resident and former Navy SEAL Carl Higbie, who serves in the Trump administration as chief of external affairs for the Corporation for National and Community Service. Higbie said the award is given out very rarely and only to “people who have a great impact on the community and those around them.”

“A lot of people are recommended for this award and it goes up against a pretty rigorous board of people who decide whether the service provided is worthy of this,” Higbie said. “Alan Sharkany has put over 25,000 hours into this program and there aren’t many people more worthy of this award…This is a chance for me, on behalf of the president, to recognize him for the amazing things he contributed to this community.”

Higbie read a statement that had been authorized by President Donald Trump for the event.

“Rain or shine, through countless hours working to strengthen military candidates, he persevered,” the statement read. “Although this program is primarily for tier-one military candidates, Alan has made it clear the program is open to anyone who wants to properly prepare for a military career. Each year between 50 and 100 candidates work closely with Alan, growing personally, physically and mentally. Not only is he helping these young people prepare for the military. He’s teaching them about leadership and giving back to the communities that raised them.”

Higbie praised the program’s growth through the years to be able to meet the high demands placed on candidates for all branches of the service. The program, which was initially once a week for conditioning and mentoring of those who wanted to be Marines or in the special forces, meets twice a week and calls for a 12 to 15 hour weekly commitment.

More information about the program is online at https://www.facebook.com/budsbeyond and at www.instagram.com/budsbeyond.

The crowd included State Reps. Michael Bocchino (R-150th) and Fred Camillo (R-151st) as well as Chief of Police James Heavey and First Selectman Peter Tesei, who personally thanked Sharkany for his work.

“You are an inspiration to young people to take up the call of service,” Tesei told Sharkany. “For that we are eternally grateful, proud and respectful.”

Several of the other mentors who work in the program with Sharkany were also in attendance and he called them up to share the moment with him. He also shared the honor with the current and former members of the program and said it was their dreams and dedication that continued to inspire him.

“They could go on and be a success in anything they choose, in the business world or anywhere, but they set that aside and choose to commit their heart and their time and a part of their life for this great country,” Sharkany said.

kborsuk@greenwichtime.com