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Natalie Soderstrom
Natalie is a model, yoga teacher and holistic health coach. With a focus on vinyasa, yin-yang and mindful meditation, Natalie's classes are nurturing, strengthening, and sprinkled with her contagious smile and calming voice. With a playful and inspiring approach, Natalie hopes that you step off the mat feeling nourished, re-energised, balanced and with a smile to carry with you as you leave the room. Natalie has a passion for everything wellness, including studies in holistic health, sports nutrition, traditional Chinese medicine and hormonal health. Off the mat she shares wisdom of holistic living, well-being through lasting health — enhancing habits. Weaving holistic teachings into her yoga classes completes the circle.

"With a clear mind and vital body we can achieve anything!"
Classes & private trainings
Vinyasa Yoga
Moving with the breath allows the practice to take us where we need to be for just that day. In Sanskrit vinyasa means "to place in a special way". Following a deliberate sequence of poses combined with the breath we achieve a continuous flow attaining balance in both mind and body, while staying playful with an open mind.

Yin Yoga
Yin represents all that is feminine, dark, passive, receptive and reflective. Movements are slow paced with long holds to reach areas rich in connective tissues and to increase circulation in joints. This is a journey inwards and more meditative practice to regulate the body's flow of energy.

Yin Yang
Balance the yin and the yang elements within our bodies. Find harmony and peace. This practice combines slow paced yin yoga with the traditional yang yoga, improving your energy while promoting relaxation and healing.


Mindful Meditation
Our asana practice leads us to our meditation practice. We begin with light stretches to find release, to then sit down and turn inwards. Mindfulness is a way of paying attention in a particular way — in the present moment, on purpose and non-judgmentally. Relieve the suffering caused by avoiding and resisting the natural experiences of life and through that develop wisdom and equanimity.