Introduced to Yoga in 2010 during a grief retreat in Washington, my personal practice has taken me through a class 4 river rapids ride of elation, depression and anxiety, 3 huge life changes (two positive one, well see my introduction to yoga), and the general rollercoaster of life school of lessons. In 2015, on my second try (insert amazing life change here and introduce our newest family member Jakob) I was able to complete a major goal on my bucket list by graduating from Joonbug Yoga School in Shelton, WA and eagerly began teaching as an 200 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher, in Mason and Thurston counties. Fast forward to the New Year, it’s 2018 and I’ve continued my dedication to sharing yoga with everyBODY by opening a studio. The combined 15+ years of teacher experience bring you Flying Heron Yoga Studio.
In My professional life I am a public health educator who lives to show people ways to eat Kale and Quinoa (Kidding, no one willingly eats the quinoa!) I share cancer reduction strategies with people and love my career.
In my spare time, (is that really a thing? I have a nearly 3 year old little boy who makes the energizer bunny look like a turtle) you’ll find me cooking, hiking Its taking lots of pictures, being a mom to some great young men and wife to another less younger man and infusing Yoga into my entire life.
My Yoga classes are a dynamic blend of effort + ease, sweating + relaxation, with numerous opportunities and options given to make each individual class easier or harder, depending on how you feel that day. As a teacher, I strive to help my students find compassion (for self as well as others), patience, and growth both on and off the mat.
Heidi Brown, Owner, 200 Hour R.Y.T.
Rebekah Brems, 500 Hour R.Y.T.
April Talbott, 200 Hour R.Y.T.
Lori Baderdeen Larsen, 200 Hour R.Y.T.
Beth Rodriguez, 200 Hour R.Y.T.