In 2016 I decided to go travelling, which was the start of a life changing journey of self-discovery and healing. During my time abroad I was fortunate enough to learn and practice yoga with experienced teachers in places renowned for yoga such as Nepal, India, Thailand, and Bali.
Despite practicing yoga on and off for years, like many I admittedly always viewed it as a physical exercise to stretch and increase my flexibility after a gym session. But my perspective on yoga completely changed when I experienced deeply healing and transformational shifts through different practices including breathwork and meditation.
Like many people who “find themselves” through yoga, I do not recall a pinnacle moment that led to the changes in myself. But I do remember the sense of peace yoga gave me as I finally learned to be present in my body, something I had subconsciously avoided for most of my life.
These experiences motivated me to complete a 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in India in 2018 and passion of sharing it with others.
As cliché, as it may sound, yoga is now a way of life for me, and I have become a bit of a yoga geek completing over 750 hours of training including Anatomy, Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Yoga Therapy and Mindfulness for Addictions, Yoga and Mindfulness for Autism and ADHD, Yoga for Women's Health, Trauma-Informed Yoga, Afrikan Yoga and Level 1 Tantric Meditation.
More recently I have just completed a Conscious Connected Breathwork Course and Pilates Course. I am also currently studying to be an Ayurveda Practitioner.
As you can see I love learning, but most importantly I love embodying the ancient wisdom and teachings that lead us through the doorway back to our place of authenticity and wholeheartedness.
However, I believe in finding a balance between discipline and having fun in life and this is also transferred into my classes.
My style of teaching is invitational, and I always aim to create a friendly and supportive environment where everyone is welcome regardless of levels of experience.
My classes incorporate elements of Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga and Afrikan Yoga as well as insights into the philosophy of yoga.
I love encouraging people to go on their own journey of self-discovery through embodied movement, breathwork, meditation, and deep relaxation to help you reconnect to your body, destress your mind and nourish your soul.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
Natasha is a superb teacher and provides an excellent quality of teaching and explanation of yoga and it’s practices.
Natasha is enthusiastic about life and sharing her skills and knowledge on yoga, nutrition and other aspects of health and wellbeing.
I am privileged to be with her on her healing journey - she is an inspiration.
Natasha is a generous teacher who always takes the time carefully explain things in her classes.
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