Nathalie has been a meditator for more than 20 years and has taught Deep Meditation since 2005. Her meditation practice started in 1991. From then her inspiration in sharing the experience of inner peace led her to deepen her studies. She was transmitted the knowledge to teach this meditation technique between 2001 and 2005. Believing that continuous learning requires a commitment to teaching, she is enjoying the path under the guidance of her principal teacher, Denis Cléroux, senior instructor since 1973, formally trained by a great master. Her passion for learning and sharing the depths of meditation is the core engine of her life and vocation.
Nathalie has also been a Hatha Yoga practitioner since 1997. She has been teaching it since 1999, right after she completed her first Teacher Training Course at the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Ashram. She later completed many Teacher Training Courses (achieveing R.Y.T 500hr Yoga Alliance Certification): in the Ashtanga tradition with David Swenson in 2001, in Viniyoga with TKV Desikachar in 2003, as well as in Anusara from 2006 to 2010. More recently, in 2011, she began studying Yin Yoga and added this approach to her offerings. Yoga asanas bring to the body what meditation practice brings to the mind.
In this training, examine what meditation is, why we do it and how to do it, from a variety of viewpoints. Knowing why meditation works, and the range of benefits we can receive from meditation, helps to motivate us to establish and keep a regular daily practice. Knowing the obstacles that may arise during the practice will help us to be more vigilant, and to take things as they come. This course will be a balance of theory and practice helping you to establish a solid meditation practice.
This training is both for yoga teachers and for anyone wanting to incorporate Ayurveda into their daily lives. Come explore…