Every week Heather writes her own yoga sequences. These sequences vary from week to week, offering students a practice that supports different levels of ability.
Heather’s focus? Building strength and stability along with releasing tension and creating a sense of calm. Her primary focus is on the breath and how it instigates the movement in one’s yoga practice. Private Classes are also available.
Heather spent 9 years in training to become a Yoga Teacher and devotes her spare time to continuing training and professional development. She has studied under the best and most respected Yoga Teachers in Western Australia from various styles of Yoga. Heather is currently studying the Internationally Recognised Yoga Therapy Teacher Training with the Wisdom Yoga Institute. Heather’s classes are open to all levels and beginners are welcome.
Heather values student relationships so much. “A sense of community is everything”. Each Monday & Friday, after class, students join her for a coffee at the local Riverton Rustico Grocer.
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Heather is a Registered Teacher and the State Coordinator for Western Australia with Yoga Australia, a National Organisation. It ensures the integrity and tradition of yoga is upheld across the whole of the country.
Heather’s role is help facilitate Professional development Training for all Western Australian yoga Teachers.
Throughout Heather’s childhood, she studied and played musical instruments. Alongside her 9 years in training to become a yoga teacher, Heather also trained and assisted in the facilitation of regular Sound Bowl Meditation Sessions with Dana Longton from Sage Yoga.
Heather now facilitates her own Sound Bowl Mediation Sessions with a collection of colourful bowls and sounds.
“Each bowl is made of 99% Quartz crystal and they resonate a different pitch. When the bowls are played together with care, they can assist students in deep relaxation and rest.
Certain environmental factors can affect the sound which each bowl resonates, so every session is unique and special. “