About Heather Till
Heather Till is a Certified Professional Yoga Therapist, Play Facilitator and dancer who has been studying movement awareness (dance, yoga, Pilates) for over 20 years. She received her yoga therapy training from the School of Integrative Yoga Therapy where she was introduced to the magic and mystery of somatic yoga (the integration of gentle yoga practices, moving from an inner awareness, unravelling chronic tension and pain patterns, and reconnecting with our body’s natural rhythms and ability for health and resilience) and the fascinating world of neuroscience (which she loves to geek out on!), awakening the deep wonders of the human body and it’s potential. These types of slow yoga practices invite a deep nourishment of the nervous system in an increasingly more chaotic world that pulls us off center and into stress related illness and dis-ease. Through these movement explorations, we are better able to access the deeper wisdom, creativity, vitality, joy and well being that is waiting for us.
Heather’s playful personality infuses her teaching. She loves working with people of all ages and abilities to discover “what’s possible”, and has a special affinity for working with women to help them create self-care practices and find greater life balance, health and joy. Her teaching embodies mindfulness, a sense of curiosity, gentle, restorative, and somatic yoga.
Heather Till, B.S, CHHC, E-RYT 500, C-IAYT, is a Certified Professional Yoga Therapist through the School of Integrative Yoga Therapy and an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach. She holds additional certifications in Restorative Yoga, Prenatal Yoga, Pilates, Baby and Children’s Yoga, Reiki and as a DONA trained Birth Doula. Heather is also a master facilitator with nationally based Turning the Wheel productions, an intergenerational dance/theater company which creates therapeutic & community based programs rooted in creative expression and play. Heather has been teaching in the Wilmington community since 1998.
You ARE worthy of your own good attention. Take 5 minutes a day to pause, breathe and find what feels good in the moment...from a cool breeze blowing across your skin, to the sound of laughter around you, to the warmth and coziness of a sip of hot tea. Enjoy reading more about winter wellness in this wonderful article from Port City Life Magazine. I had so much fun being interviewed by them. Click HERE to read more!