Heisue’s practice began about 15 years ago. However, in the early years, her yoga practice was to mentally “check out” and be physical rather than checking in with herself. After a few injuries and life events, there was an immediate need for mindful self-inquiry practice, and her new relationship with yoga and meditation began after the first decade.
With over 800 hours of training in yoga, she is interested in body movement as a process for personal healing and liberation, and how we can further transform that process into a deeper collective connection, and towards a better course of action every day.
Heisue is a proud graduate of Trauma-informed yoga training with Prison Yoga Project, Off the Mat Into the World’s social justice and leadership training, and Functional Range Conditioning’s mobility program.
She credits to and is forever grateful for many teachers she’s studied with over the years. She is currently most inspired by Marla Apt, Noah Mazé, Brea Johnson from Heart and Bones Yoga, their teachers, and more.
Heisue believes she is always a student of yoga first, teacher second.