A class that I would instruct would begin with Meditation/Pranayama to calm the mind and help focus on the breathe. I would briefly discuss the Chakras and how they are an important part of being a human. As we start to move our bodies we would start with Sun Salutations working on alignment through standing poses and toward the end of class we would flow into a more gentle restorative practice. Following our breathe in deeply listening to what our body wants and needs. Students would gain a deeper insight on themselves as I guide them through a spiritual sequence about having love for themselves, people, and the ground they walk on.
About Natasha Wightman
Born in the South brought to the North and grounded in the Pacific North West, Natasha loves to surround herself with kind hearted people, exploring the beauty of nature whether it be with her dog at the park, in the mountains ploughing through snow or getting caught in the rain, maybe even flying across great plains. She is a dancer of all music and loves when the beat vibrates her feet. She never leaves her house without a book or her journal, “Write your dreams and make them reality.” She has an adventurous spirit and always ready for more. She is curious about life and peeling the layers. She has been practicing Yoga since 2013 and has dove deeper in her practice since day one. She loves that Yoga helps her be mindful, happy, and plugs her into a higher consciousness, and she can find a piece of home anytime, anywhere. Natasha completed her 200HR Yoga Teacher Training under the wings of Rocky Heron with Yoga Maze’. In her training she gained knowledge of proper alignment, understanding of how the body flows with the breath and how important it is to use meditation to guide us through this adventure of life. Natasha hopes to connect with you, and interest you in the dedication of self-practice, self-awareness, and most importantly self-love.