A wee bit about Natalie

Natalie started her yoga journey 27 years ago. She started teaching yoga in 2010 after a 2 year training apprenticeship with her teacher of 14 years, Mona Haymaker. She is a fully qualified and insured Holistic Therapist and has specialised in therapeutic massage for over 18 years.

Natalie combines her knowledge and experience of yoga, meditation, massage therapy and well being to create classes, workshops and retreats that encourage students to take control of their health and healing by focusing on their specific problem areas, helping them to develop a deeper relationship with their bodies and focus on their personal goals.

Natalie travelled and worked around the world for two years before settling in the beautiful island of Koh Lanta, Thailand. She trained and worked there teaching yoga classes and workshops for 5 years, before returning to Devon to start her family.

Natalie and her husband Josh are now realising their dream of opening a yoga studio and glamping huts at Dartmoor Reach Alpaca Farm. They have spent the lockdown year creating and building a small holding farm with 3 beautiful clamping huts.  They have recently added a red double decker bus conversion to their places to stay.  Natalie’s yoga Studio is now open for classes, workshops and retreats.

Natalie is a fully insured and a member of the Independent Yoga Network and Federation of Holistic Therapists.  She has appeared in Om Magazine and is a regular contributer in Reconnect Magazine.

Natalie is a Holistic and Wellbeing writer for the mental health app Mentor 360. She has worked closely with other professional therapists to create an app to guide you on your self – healing journey.

This has been an incredible opportunity to put what I do onto a new and innovative platform. The last year has put everyones mental health to the test and the app can really help guide you into a more healthier way of being in a very supportive and accessible way.

www.mentor360.com

Natalie and her family have an Alpaca Farm on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, nestled into the beautiful Devonshire countryside.

They have 3 beautiful glamping huts and a double decker bus situated under huge old Oak trees, with views of the farm and the surrounding views.

Dartmoor Reach is a working farm and the space is shared with their inquisitive alpaca family, a variety of hens and ducks, pigs and their free range rabbit.

Natalie and Josh have worked hard to create an oasis of calm and an ideal holiday destination for families and couples to escape to.