Deep meditation is a technology of consciousness
Nathalie Keiller has been practising meditation for more than 30 years and has taught Vedic Mediation (Deep Meditation) since 2005.
The benefits of her meditation practice inspired her to share the experience of inner peace and deepened her studies. She received the understanding and ability to teach this meditation technique through 500 hours of training between 2001 and 2005.
Believing that continuous learning requires a commitment to teaching, she is enjoying the path under the guidance of her principal teacher, who a great master formally trained.
Her passion for learning and sharing the depths of meditation is the core engine of her life and vocation. You, too, can learn meditation through instruction with her, either online or in person in Vancouver, B.C.
She has been integrating the principles of Ayurveda into her life since 1999, the same year she started to teach yoga. In 2013, she received certification as an Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultant and is now facilitating courses for Ayurveda and Self-Care online, in person in Vancouver and in other locations in British Columbia.
She also offers nutrition and lifestyle counselling, which can be done in person or online (through Zoom or Skype).
The experience of pure awareness begins to transmit its value into the field of activity in all physical, psychological, behavioural and social aspects. - Nathalie Keiller
Nathalie has been a Hatha Yoga practitioner since the early 90s. She has taught it since 1999, after completing her first Teacher Training Course at the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Ashram.
She later completed many Teacher Training Courses: in the Ashtanga tradition with David Swenson in 2001, Viniyoga with TKV Desikachar in 2003, and Anusara from 2004 to 2010. In 2011, she began studying Yin Yoga and added this approach to her offerings.
Yoga asanas bring to the body what meditation practice brings to the mind.
Nathalie is also the Lead Trainer of the Vedic Mediation Online Course – Meditation Revealed.
Contact her to find out about her schedule and availability.
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