"Mmm, that's exactly what my body needed." I cherish getting this response from students and it is the aim in my own practice. You can call me Murray No-Hurry because there is never a rush in my classes, which always include lots of deep stretches and time for turning inward to balance out the lives we live of trying to do more in less time. Just like how yoga makes us stoked to be alive, my teaching style also helps students to get stoked about finding where their strength and flexibility intersect.
The reason I started doing yoga was because they say it's good for you and because it helped me to get my head straight when experiencing "romance drama" (but that's no longer a problem since meeting the magnanimous Morgan Herum at our yoga teacher training in Bali!).
Aside from teaching yoga I also do Spanish interpreting and teach yoga in Spanish at the United Community Center. In my free time I prefer to live the simple, quiet life of an urban homesteader.