About me

Hi, I'm Natalie, nice to meet You

I’m 26 years old,  professional yoga trainer with years of experience. In my classes, we learn something new or improve already known exercises. I’m excited about getting to know new people.
Yoga is my lifestyle, it’s not just a work. If you want to improve your health or just makes your lifestyle better, yoga is the best for you. A lot of people fills fantastic after couple of my classes. If you’re a newbie or more advanced you always can learn something new from me. Using yoga can improve a lot of things like: flexibility, muscle strength, posture, bone health, heart rate and much more.



  • Initial Consultation
  • 60 Minute Coaching Session

Private Yoga

  • Initial Consultation
  • Regular Private Yoga Session
  • Mini Personal Training Session


  • Pre-Natal Yoga Sessions
  • Couples Session
  • Small Private Group Session

Interesting info

  1. Parallel to the floor.
  2. Keep the butt low.
  3. Bring the arms up towards the ceiling.
  4. Bring a slight back bend into the upper back.
  5. Hold 5-10 breaths.
  1. From seated position bring the legs straight up to a 45 degee angle.
  2. The torso will naturally fall back, but do not let the spine collapse. Make a “V” shape with the body.
  3. Bring the arms out straight in line with shoulders.
  4. Balance on the sit bones.
  1. Come to lie on the stomach, taking a blanket under the hips as padding.
  2. Reach the hands back and take hold of the ankles.
  3. On an inhale, draw the torso and legs up off the floor simultaneously.
  4. If you can, bring the things to rest on the floor.
From Knees, Chest and Chin position, release the tops of the feet to the floor and press them down. Slide your chest forward and up keeping your heands exactly where  the were. Roll your shoulders back and lift the chest higher, while keeping the low ribs on the floor. Keep your neck neutral, don’t crank it back.

From knee to ankle, slide the knees to center, stacking the right knee directly over the left. It may be helpful to come forward onto the hands and knees to align the knees. Then separate the feet and come back to sit between the feet. Bring the left arm up towards the ceiling, bend the left elbow, bringing the left hand down the center of the back. Bring the right arm out to the right side, bend the elbow and bring the right arm up the center of the back.
Bending the knees slightly, bring your palms flat on the floor about shoulder distance apart. Place the knees on the back of the upper arms. Start to come forward, lifting the head as you go. Take feet off the floor, one at a time, so you come to balance with both feet up.
Begin on all fours with your knees beneath your hips and wrists beneath your shoulders. Bring your elbows to the floor, keeping them lined up with your shoulders and the forearms parallel on the floor. Straighten your legs as if coming into downward facing dog.
Begin standing in mountain pose. Shift your weight into your right leg and bring the left ankle to cross your right thigh just above the knee. Your shin will be parallel to the floor. This is same position from which you enter flying crow. Come into a forward bend, bringing the palms of the hands to the floor. Bend the right leg (the standing leg) and twist your torso to the right, walking your hands over until your palms come in front of the right foot.
From Utkatasana shift your weight onto the left leg. Bend the right leg, lifting the foot from the floor and cross your right thigh over your left. Hook the right foot around the left calf. Bring the arms out in front. Cross the left arm over the right and bring the palms to touch. Lift the elbows while keeping the shoulders sliding down the back. Hold 5-10 breaths. Repeat on the other side.

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Personal training for beginners

Personal classes are designed mainly for beginners, for more experienced are group classes in differen levels.

Yoga posture alignment

I helping with more complex exercises. Some of them are really hard so they need more focus.

Clarifying life purpose & direction

The ultimate goal of Yoga is moksha (liberation), though the exact definition of what form this takes depends on the philosophical or theological system with which it is conjugated.

Breathing, relaxation & meditation

The heart of any yoga practice is the performance of yoga positions (called asanas), each of which has specific physical and and mental benefits.

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