Current Yoga Offerings:
*Currently on the road, offering yoga photography in Denver, Durango, and Sedona*
Recent Yoga Offerings:
Flowing Sweetly with the Sutras:
Movement and meditation to ground and reset you for the week
Sunday mornings at 10am | Double Gum Tree Farm, North Fork Road, Three Rivers, CA | Jan 2019
Foundations of Ashtanga.
7-week introductory series, designed to help students lay a foundation for home practice | Mountain Yoga Studio, Susanville, CA | Wednesday 6pm | Sept-Oct 2018
Private yoga sessions.
I love to work with individuals, especially those that have tried yoga in the past and had a hard time with public classes (especially if you’ve experienced injury/limitations of movement), and those that want to incorporate more yoga philosophy and the multidimensional aspect of yoga into your practice.
I offer a free consultation and $20 introductory special!
Natalie is a traveling artist and photographer, yoga teacher, and botanist.
Yoga has grounded her and given her a way to best follow her dharma path in this world. While the physical nature of the asana practice drew her to yoga, she now embodies the other limbs consistently into her practice, which is deeply personal, and always evolving. After enduring hardship and loss in many forms, yoga helped to bring her the release that brought her back to contentment at a deeper level than she’d known before. She loves to share the practice of yoga in private and public classes, workshops, and retreats.
Her photography reflects her resolve to deeply experience the world, her desire for authentic human connection, and her love for nature. Life is just a series of moments. Each of them is unique. Captured through the lens it can tell a story with immense depth. She enjoys bringing together yoga and photography because it integrates her talent in creating beautiful imagery with her connection to the practice of yoga.
Natalie completed her RYT-200 in 2016 in Colorado and RYT-300 in Rishikesh, India in March 2018, and has been practicing yoga for many years. She received a certificate in Graphic Arts from the Art Institute of Seattle (2001), and a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Communication of Environmental Issues (2006) and Master of Environmental Studies (2009) from Evergreen State College and works seasonally as a field botanist, currently in northern California surveying for threatened, endangered, and sensitive plant species.
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