5 Bradford Road Wiscasset, ME 04578

Phone: 207-882-6892  |  Email: info@wickedgoodyoga.com


This class is taught by:

Murielle Corwin

  Murielle started her journey as a professional dancer touring nationally and internationally. Her choreographic work has been described by the NY Times as “possessing an extra degree of authority and wit.” While living in NYC in the early 90’s, Murielle started to search for methods to heal her aching body from various injuries that occurred during her dance career. She took her first yoga class and found it to be a physically challenging and a mentally focused discipline that moved her beyond just a workout.
Since then, Murielle has trained in various styles of yoga and taken two pilgrimages to India to deepen her knowledge and understanding of the practice of yoga.
Murielle is a 500 ERYT, a Certified Movement Analyst from the Laban Institute, a Certified Shiatsu Practitioner and has also studied with Jennifer Reis to teach Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra. Murielle is also truly passionate about the work of Jill Miller “ Yoga Tune Up”, a form of movement reeducation that strikes a balance between classical yoga, corrective exercise and the use of massage balls.
When Murielle is not teaching or doing yoga she works as an RN in the Critical Care Unit at Midcoast Hospital, where she conducted a successful research study on the effects of Yoga to reduce stress for nurses working in acute care settings. Murielle is committed to integrating ancient wisdom to suit modern times. She offers a class that emphasizes alignment as a doorway to a full-bodied expression of the asana. Through a flowing sequence, gentle adjustment and a nurturing breath, Murielle leads a transformational class that brings serenity through a demanding and balanced practice.
In this once-a-month class, students will have the
opportunity to deepen their practice and explore more advanced asana with a longer practice time

These intermediate workshops, provide structure and guidance for people wanting to take their yoga practice a little bit further.

Each month, we'll focus on a different area, covering the more challenging standing poses, moving beyond the basics with inversions, going deeper into backbends, forward bends and twists, and ultimately exploring asana as a preparation for pranayama and meditation.

Workshop size is limited to ten participants to allow for individual attention. Please register in advance to make sure a space is available.