• Strong, Supple, Serene

    Strong, Supple, Serene

  • Strong, Supple, Serene

    Strong, Supple, Serene

  • Strong, Supple, Serene

    Strong, Supple, Serene

  • Strong, Supple, Serene

    Strong, Supple, Serene

Randburg Yoga Classes

Yoga classes held in centrally situated Ferndale, Randburg (Gauteng, South Africa).
No matter your age, shape, level of fitness or experience, Yoga is for everyone!

Yoga is an incredibly effective discipline, which enables one to release daily stresses and work on strength, stretching, breathing and focus.
Experience the joy of breathing, stretching, moving – growing Strong, Supple & Serene, in a non-competitive, non-judgmental space.
Discover your ability to be in the moment, enjoy your body, calm your mind and connect with your soul.

Your instructor Natasia Cook’s Yoga journey:
My Yoga journey began in 2001 when I attended my first Yoga class at a lifestyle centre where I offered Therapeutic Reflexology treatments at the time.
Having danced for 27 years I had developed a keen appreciation for the abilities of the human body, and it’s potential to transform and heal itself. Discovering Yoga felt like coming home!
I am so grateful to my beloved teacher, the late Ingrid Eriksen for encouraging me to move into teaching in 2008. She opened me up to
something which I never realised I could love so much. I certified through Ingrid Eriksen Yoga Shala in 2010.
I am also profoundly grateful to Kerry Weavind and Brian Wagner at the Haum of Yoga for their insightful and life changing Indiyoga course which I completed in 2013, and my Kula kept me strong and taught me more than they will ever know too…
My training includes exposure to the Hatha, Indiyoga, Iyengar, Ashtanga Vinyasa, Sivananda and Yoga Synergy styles and I have a special interest in body alignment and the healing potential of Yoga.
The awareness, ease and poise that grows with the yoga students’’ proficiency is an amazing thing to witness and it is a privilege to guide
students on their yoga journey. Each class and every student teaches me something and I hope that this journey never ends…