CPA & Yoga/Tai Chi Instructor
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Philip Adikimenakis is of Greek and Italian decent; his father is from Crete and his mother is from Kavala (Greece) and Bari (Italy). Philip holds various degrees and professional certifications including an M.B.A. and B.B.A. in Accounting from CUNY Baruch College. He is currently a Certified Public Accountant at Miller & Company, LLP , a Certified Yoga/Tai Chi Instructor, and Founder of Relaxation Zensation, a Personal Health & Wellness initiative dedicated to serving the elderly maintain positive physical and mental wellness through Yoga, Tai Chi and other therapeutic exercises).
In addition to these professional pursuits, Philip also plays an active role in the advancement of the greater Hellenic community as Treasurer of A.H.E.P.A. (District 6 Chapter 326) and Vice President of Saint Paul's Autism Research & Training Academy (S.P.A.R.T.A.). In his spare time, Philip enjoys mentoring, traveling and indoor rock climbing.
INFORMATIONAL LINK: Zensational You: Inspiring the Elderly!
CREDIT & RECOGNITION: Many thanks to Philip Adikimenakis for sharing this story with us and to all those who contributed to this post.