Catherine Howard

Thai Yoga Therapist, RYT 500

Beginning her career as an artist, art teacher, and web designer, Catherine stumbled upon yoga while searching for a way to heal her own body. Since then, she has spent a decade studying yoga therapy, art therapy, Thai yoga, behavioral economics, embryology, neurology, and many other science-based disciplines to develop a holistic understanding of the body. 

Her work as a professional yoga teacher began when she trained in yoga therapy in the MindBody Centering Yoga program in Durham, NC in 2014. She then expanded her energy work experience by training in Thai yoga at the Devanadi Yoga School in Minneapolis, MN in 2015 and apprenticing with a master craniosacral therapist in Durham, NC in 2016. 

As a professional yoga teacher and Thai Yoga Therapist, Catherine uses a wide array of techniques to illuminate the interwoven relationships between our anatomy and our emotional body. She does this in order to fulfill her deepest calling: to assist people of all backgrounds and abilities with finding a deep sense of well-being, wholeness, and strength so that they can go out and live empowered, fulfilling lives.

 

Timothy Renuart

Craftsman, Sound Healer

Timothy is a veteran of the United States Air Force. After serving as a Senior Airman for four years, he was honorably medically discharged in January 2012 after a hospitalization in 2011. When the military broke him in every way, he turned to sound healing to rebuild himself.

Coping with severe PTSD from a series of childhood traumas and a harrowing military experience, he was amazed that after a single sound healing session, many of his PTSD symptoms subsided. There were still deep wounds to be overcome, however, sound healing proved to be a miraculous method for resetting his energy body.

Timothy applies his experience as a carpenter, sound healer, and artist to create the special sacred objects offered here. Each piece is crafted using his deep understanding of resonance, energy fields, and the chakra system.


Catherine and Timothy got married in December 2016. Inspired by each other's skills as healers, they joined together to create Eir Heart in February 2017.

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We are deeply committed to helping the entire world heal.

To support our brothers and sisters around the world, we donate 10% of all Eir Heart profits to the Africa Yoga Project