Heather Murillo was born and raised in Southern California. From a very young age Heather recognized two things; her passion for teaching, and the importance of health and wellness. She actually attempted her very first yoga poses after reading an article in Self magazine while on a family vacation. Heather began her teaching career in academics; first as a tutor, then a high school instructor and recently she has incorporated her love of teaching with her passion for health and wellness. Heather works to incorporate balanced sequencing with a power vinyasa style flow that will leave you feeling refreshed and maybe a little more at peace.
Heather teaches mainly Power Vinyasa Flow from Level 1 through Level 2-3. She has experience teaching inversions and arm balances and typically incorporates those into the practice. Heather has also taught beginner Vinyasa yoga in public schools to both teachers and students.
The Valley of Amazement by: Amy Tan
Mushrooms, tomatoes, basil, zucchini
Dance (it's totally a sport)
Sunset, mornings make me angry.
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
Mellow out and release tension in the hips and shoulders in this short yin segment. Leave feeling refreshed, relaxed, and re-energized. Props needed: blanket, block, strap
A strong physical flow incorporating elements of balance, alignment, and core. Participants will have a chance to explore flying pigeon as well. The use of a block is suggested.
In this class we will open the shoulders and prepare the body and mind for forearm balance. A strong vinyasa flow is accompanied by key alignment points and techniques, so participants can begin to practice forearm balance. Props needed: block and strap (or small towel). Note: participants may want to practice near a wall.