ReGrowth Yoga

ReGrowth Yoga

5.0 (1)
Best of 2020
1 employee
3 years in business

About this pro

I teach online, live-streamed yoga classes that can be done from the comfort of your home (or anywhere else!). The classes are designed for all levels of practitioners. I also offer a video archive of the classes, access to our facebook group to meet and communicate with other yogis, and email access for unlimited questions. 

In addition to the services above, I also offer 1-on-1 training via a live-streamed meeting, and different courses on different subjects (i.e. qigong, heart-openers, etc.).

1-on-1 personal yoga training may be available if you live in my area.

I'm Heather. I'm from Phoenix, AZ and I'm a happy fianceé, mother, and yogi. I started practicing yoga when I was about 18 and it only took a couple of years to realize I wanted to teach it. I completed my 200-hour training in yoga and qigong through Zen Wellness, and I am currently in the process of completing my 500-hour. I also teach tai chi at a community called OptumCare and now yoga online through virtual, live-streamed courses.

My classes are constructed by combining traditional Chinese medicine, taoist methodologies, and knowledge of the body's own energy pathways with traditional hatha yoga and the eight limbed path. I personally believe that incorporating yoga into your weekly routine is an essential part of maintaining a state of health and homeostasis in body and mind, as well as improving current conditions.

I find my passion in practicing yoga and sharing my knowledge and passion with others. I'm so excited to be on this journey with all of you and look forward to helping every step of the way!

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Surprise, AZ 85388
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1 Review


  • Kathy German

    I had an online 1-on-1 training with Heather and she was great! Very detailed and informative. She is an excellent instructor.


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

New students will have an email consultation to discuss their goals, what they'd like to achieve, what they look for in their yoga training and any contraindications they may have prior to beginning their training.

If they're looking for yoga classes but don't necessarily want to go to a studio or gym then we can discuss their available options. As a member of Agira Yoga, you have access to classes and videos as well as constant support.

If they're looking for a more personal, one-on-one training we can get them set up with that as well.

Combining all of the student's preferences we can come up with a training plan that fits their needs.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I am a certified 200-hr yoga instructor as well as qigong. I am currently half-way done with completing my 500-hr training and I have worked with a variety of different students in my teaching/learning. 

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Agira Membership- $19.99/mo. 

1-on-1 Live-Streamed Training- $25/hr.

In Person 1-on-1 Training- $50/hr.

Special Courses- $25-$100 for download

Special Live-Streamed Events- $10-$40 per event

What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with a number of different types of people. I have taught yoga and qigong in Sun City, AZ to an elderly demographic as well as at a holistic/reiki center. I have taught yoga to experienced practitioners as well as those who have never set foot in a yoga class before.

I currently teach Tai Chi to elderly people at a community center and I love it. Seeing their determination is so motivating and rewarding to be able to aid in their growth. 

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Don't settle for less! You are worth the attention that it takes to learn yoga adequately and grow along the way. Find someone willing to put effort into your yoga needs and help find ways around your obstacles. Also, don't give up.

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

What are their motives? Do they love yoga enough to guide you? Are they about quality or quantity in their work?

It is not always about price. Most of the best things in life- especially when it comes to your own mind, body and spirit- will cost a bit of money.