5 Bradford Road Wiscasset, ME 04578

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

Sharon Miller

Sharon Miller started practicing yoga in 1998 and obtained her 200 hour yoga teacher certification from Kripalu in 2000. She fell in love with yoga the minute she took her first class. As a cardiac rehabilitation nurse Sharon recognizes the importance of embracing a holistic approach to health including body, mind and spirit, which is the essence of yoga.  
She started teaching classes at MidCoast hospital for employees in January 2001 and continues to teach at the hospital. Sharon has been a member of the Kripalu Yoga teachers Association (KYTA) since 2000. She has attended yearly KYTA teacher conferences and workshops on teaching methodology, techniques, anatomy and physiology, philosophy and lifestyle. Sharon has attended workshops with Baron Baptiste, Don Stapleton,Richard Miller,Debra Williamson,Philip Urso and many other wonderful yoga teachers.
She has been practicing Baptiste power vinyasa since March 2011. Sharon's classes help students to slow down and connect deeply with breath and bodily sensations. Sharon's experience as a cardiac rehabilitation nurse underscores her teaching, that the more we practice relaxation the greater the benefits to body, mind, and spirit.

Sharon Miller instructs the following:
  • Kripalu Gentle Yoga (not heated)
  • Kripalu is a gentle hatha yoga practice with a compassionate approach and emphasis on meditation, physical healing and spiritual transformation that overflows into daily life. In a Kriplau class, each student learns to find their own level of practice on a given day by looking inward. The classes usually begin with breathing exercises and gentle stretches followed by a series of individual poses and final relaxation. At the end of class, Kripalu teachers say jai bhagwan instead of namaste. The two terms have essentially the same meaning, but the former is in Hindi and the latter in Sanskrit.

    Is Kripalu Yoga for You?

    This yoga style will appeal to those who want to work on themselves, both physically and spiritually. The gentle and individualized approach make it a good choice for students who can benefit from an adaptive practice.