Natalie Maisel became a registered massage therapist (RYT) in 1994 and a certified yoga instructor through the Yoga Institute in 1996. Since then she has been an active massage therapist and teaches a wide variety of yoga classes, meditations and workshops across the country. When Natalie isn’t teaching creative classes to students around San Diego, CA, she is traveling to various destination spas and facilitating ‘Yoga Weeks,’ where she offers a variety of yoga classes for all ability levels to suit every yoga practitioner.
Natalie has received praise from reputable yoga experts and is featured extensively in Gary Kraftsow’s highly regarded book, “Yoga for Wellness.” She has also recently completed her latest audio production, a CD entitled, “A Meditative Journey with Natalie Maisel.”
Natalie’s unique style of teaching has gained her a loyal following of students and critics alike. Recently, Luxury SpaFinder’s spa critic, Ann Abel wrote in the Jan/Feb 2006 issue, “Natalie Maisel, one of the best yoga teachers I’ve encountered at a spa, essentially leads two flow classes at once, giving technically precise, clear instruction on both levels. In another class that afternoon, her cliché-free cues lead me to soften my contention that restorative yoga is a waste of time.”
Natalie Maisel is the former owner of Sundance Yoga Studio which was named Best Yoga Studio in Houston under her direction in 2002. Currently she is the creator of various workshops, teacher trainings, and creative classes including: Power Yoga Teacher Training, Meditation Medley, Goddess Yoga and Ritual Workshops, Yoga-To-Go Corporate Yoga Programs, Yoga Kids Summer Camp, Easy-Does-It Yoga for Seniors, and Goddess Yoga classes.
Recently, Natalie created a website where you can easily download all of her goddess rituals and meditations: GoddessDownload.com. Stop by and download these amazing recordings from Natalie today!
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