Angela completed her 200-hour teacher training at Flow Yoga Center in Washington, DC in 2012. She has since completed Yin Yoga Teacher Training with Corina Brenner in Philadelphia. In addition to her yoga practice, Angela is a marathoner and trail runner and credits her yoga practice with helping to keep her strong, flexible, and injury free. Angela believes that yoga can improve all aspects of one’s life and should, therefore, be lighthearted, fun, and accessible to all.
Angela Heverling instructs the following:
Chill Yin Yoga Workshop
Yin Yoga provides balance to those who have an active (vinyasa) yoga practice or other exercise regimen.
Long deep stretches target the connective tissues of the body leading to core flexibility and healthier joints. The stillness also provides a reprieve from our busy lives and the workshop will include breathing exercises and meditation.
Poses will be held for 3-5 minutes with modifications and props provided.
Suitable for beginners.
Vinyasa All Levels
The class includes a proper full body warm-up, mindful movement and sequencing, attention to safe alignment, and clear guidance of breath-initiated flow. While the class is geared toward the intermediate practitioner, modifications are made to suit newer students and variations for the more experienced student.
This is not a hot yoga class. The studio temperature will be adjusted depending on outside weather conditions to suit the comfort level of students and to optimize the benefits of the practice. Usually, the temperature will range between 76 degrees and 80 degrees, with the maximum being the exception rather than the rule.