Yoga with Timbrel

learning to create space: declutter your mind & body

Carve out time for yourself by committing to join my hatha yoga class! Here you will learn how to declutter your mind, build your own personal yoga practice, reduce your stress levels, adapt to your surroundings peacefully and grow in camaraderie with the other students. Yoga is a great way to connect with other individuals and to connect with yourself, all while receiving the perks of flexibility, strength, endurance and toning your body! (It has been said that after eight classes, your body increases flexibility by 35%!)

During savasana (the closing pose of the class), you are likely to receive a rewarding head massage for ultimate relaxation.

Weekly Classes:

Mondays & Wednesdays
, 6:00 pm – 7:00pm*
Recreation Center in Harker Heights - 307 Miller's Crossing, Harker Heights, TX 76548

*$50.00 Resident (of Harker Heights) – 10 session punch card
$55.00 Non- Resident (of Harker Heights) – 10 session punch card

Bring yoga mat, water, and any props that might help you (blocks, bolsters, straps, etc).

About the Instructor: Timbrel

Timbrel has been practicing yoga on and off since 2002. Her passion for yoga increased rapidly in the year 2010 when she began dedicating more time to practicing more regularly and reading everything she could consume on the topic. Books, conversations, articles no longer sufficed as the medium for which she could learn as much as she desired, so she took to researching schools where she could be certified. Knowing that Yoga should be taken seriously, she finally found the perfect match for her. Holy Yoga Foundation's mission aligned with her own personal convictions and beliefs and accepted her application. This is the place where she was officially certified as a 225 hour registered Holy Yoga Instructor (225hr R-HYI) in May of 2011. The school, its students, founder and staff, have become a great circle of friends, support, and a continual learning place to increase the capacity to which she can add to her repertoire of yoga based knowledge.

In December of 2011 Timbrel was in a car accident where she was ejected from the windshield of her vehicle (during which the car rolled over twice and spun like a top!). Her back was broken and she had several other injuries, including a concussion and lacerations. Instead of being rendered paralyzed, the doctor noted that because of the unusual amount of flexibility in her back, despite being thrown like a rag-doll in the air, she healed at a surprisingly more rapid pace and, while still suffers minimal discomfort, is able to teach regularly! Seventy-five percent of individuals have been documented as non-surviving victims of such accidents, and the other twenty-five percent of victims are not all able to achieve what Timbrel, especially in such a short period, has managed to accomplish.

Timbrel gives credit to this phenomenon to her regular yoga practice, and to God, whose angels were clearly present during such a traumatic event.