The study of mind and body connection is what excites Natalie. She has been a student of yoga for over 25 years and has been teaching for 12. She teaches for the faculty of Health and Sciences in the Kinesiology department. Natalie firmly believes that structure, stability and strength are the pillars of any movement practice. Her style is energetic, contemplative and unique. Natalie likes to integrate her science background and her interest in contemporary philosophy to the physical aspect of yoga.

Attention is the biggest form of generosity, and her classes focus on building skills to manipulate the body through poses, map the body through meditation and refine the measures and the capacity of the breath through pranayama.

“A soft woman is simply a wolf caught in meditation.”



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