Hatha Vinyasa Yoga with Heather Murray
Wednesdays and Fridays in the Red Barn
Classes begin on June 28th
All classes require pre-registration on Heather’s website (link below). Online registration is preferred as it assures that there is space for you in class and takes care of the payment and waiver to make things easy. If you have issues with the sign up, please email or text Heather in advance of class to register (don’t wait until the last minute, please). Contact info below.
Classes are $21 (for both members and non members) and are non-refundable/non-transferable as space is limited. If you would like to get on a wait list for a class that is full, please text Heather at 207-669-5313 or email and include your cell number in the email. Her email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
To register for a class please visit: https://www.heathermurray-jeweler.com/yoga-in-bar-harbor/
Yoga mats and props: The Causeway Club is not a yoga studio and does not have mats/props. If you need a mat, please text Heather the day before the class (207-669-5313) to request that she brings one for you to borrow. Please bring your own yoga mat if you own one and any props you would like for class. A yoga block (or two) is very helpful if you have them.
Hatha Vinyasa Yoga combines physical practice with inner contemplation. This dynamic class flows through postural sequences at a slow and steady, yet intentional pace using the breath as a guiding force. Attention to body alignment and where we place our mind in the moment weave together to provide a holistic, mind-body-spirit experience.
Heather enjoys offering a practice that allows both beginners and experienced students to moderate the level of intensity to honor the intelligent edge of their bodies. The Yoga postures, breathing techniques, and other tools of the practice teach us to engage in deep presence with what is and tap into the wisdom of the heart.
Heather has been teaching Yoga for 16 years here on MDI, her year-round home. With a background of practice and study in many different traditions of Yoga, she assimilates these influences to offer her students a rich and heartfelt experience. She considers Yoga a true gift to help us remember who we are.