Professional Yoga instruction at Into Balance
Yoga Alliance 200 hour certified Registered Yoga Teacher, Heather Neale, teaches Restorative, Hatha, Power, Vinyasa (Flow), and Pranayama (breathing technique) Yoga classes and a variety of specialty classes like Chair Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Yoga for Healing, Yoga and Nutrition, Yoga for Healthcare Professionals, and more. As new classes are developed and scheduled, we'll update this page and the Calendar of Mindfulness Events so that you'll have access to the latest information. Please reach out to Heather by email at email@example.com if you have any questions, comments, or suggestions. You can also contact her by calling (804) 721-1149. Reserve your spot in upcoming classes by completing the registration form below.
Yoga Class Registration Form
Yoga Waiver & Release Form
January Class Announcements!
The January Yoga class theme is “Yoga for New Beginnings.” See the Calendar of Mindfulness Events for specific dates and times or download the November Yoga Schedule below. All classes are $12 and you can pay Heather when you arrive with cash, check, or credit card. Discounted 5 class passes can be purchased for $48.00. Make sure to register at least 2 hours in advance of the class you want to attend because space is limited. You can find the registration form on this page. If you haven't already attended a yoga class at Into Balance, you'll also have to complete the waiver and release form (also on this page). We hope to see you soon and frequently.
About your instructor, Heather Neale...
Yoga has been part of my life for over 10 years. My practice has helped me become stronger, more flexible, and more balanced. When I’m more balanced in my body, I’m more balanced in my mind. My first yoga practice was when a friend invited me to join her for class at our local park recreation center
As a mom of 3, I was looking for a way to get back into a healthy lifestyle. The benefits I experienced in yoga reached far beyond my expectations. No matter how stressed I was, I walked out of the yoga studio calmer and more peaceful than when I walked into it. I began my journey of becoming a yoga teacher in 2016 at Lotus House of Yoga where I earned my 200 hr certification. In August 2017 I decided to go deeper into teaching yoga and began my 500hr certification at the Lincoln Yoga Center. Although I’m still working towards this goal, I have already earned Take 5 and Restorative Yoga, BOGA Fit (i.e paddle board yoga), and Rope Wall Yoga certifications. I’ve completed training in Yoga for Heart Disease, Adaptive Children’s Yoga, Yoga for Mental Health and Trauma, and Meditation and Neuroscience. I’ve had the privilege of teaching many classes at a few different organizations in and around Lincoln. My ultimate goal is to help others experience the benefits of yoga in a manner that is most beneficial to them. I believe that my success is measured by my students' progress toward their own unique goals. My objective in each of my classes is to provide an authentic non-judgmental, compassionate, and welcoming space. My approach towards yoga can best be described as holistic, with an equal emphasis on body, mind, nutrition, and overall wellbeing. I hope to see you in class soon.