Heather Freeman

Yoga is a powerful force in my life that constantly reminds me of the endless human capacity to heal and evolve. I was lucky enough to be introduced to yoga in high school,​ and have been practicing for over 10 years. My interest in yoga has been due to the ultimate desire to build a strong, secure relationship with myself and develop deep connections with the world around me. Yoga reminds us of our inner light that guides us to go inward and face our stories/conditions/habits with loving-kindness and compassion. I first came to yoga like most, being attracted to the physical postures and the asana limb. As my practice begins to expand I find solace and comfort in relying on the yamas and niyamas to guide my actions, pranayama to connect my mind and body and the later limbs to attempt to work with and befriend my internal world. I obtained my 200- hour at Asheville Yoga Center in 2014, and I am currently working on a 300-hour Yoga Therapy training at the DAYA Foundation with Sarahjoy. I have a Master's in Counseling and Clinical Psychology and I am currently working towards becoming a licensed psychologist. I am forever grateful I have the opportunity to align my professional interest in psychology with the ancient wisdom and roots of the yogic system. I have taught yoga to many different populations including graduate students, adults and children receiving mental health services,  older adults with chronic health diagnoses  adults in custody and police officers. I am amazed by the healing power of yoga and continue to want to expand yoga's accessibility and utilization for all. Namaste.

Class Times Class Level Class Instructor Substitute
5:45pm-6:45pm Beginner Hatha Heather Freeman -