senseyukti is a holistic exploration of the interdependence between the various dimensions of the human being through movement, touch and hearing in order to quietly take ownership of the process of continuous development towards the awakening of the heart, at the heart center.

senseyukti is an educational and experiential approach supported by the model of biotensegrity and somatic education applied to the science of hatha yoga system and grounding movement, where yukti means addition, the reestablishment of connection within the body including the heart: this harmonious link which allows us to awaken your well-being and your full potential.

senseyukti is the study of living, a conscious approach that guides us to cultivate sensitive listening while promoting curiosity through the senses: an embodied spirituality and a direct exploration of a full life. It encompasses the body in its entirety leading to a state of presence, attention, calm and serenity in chaos.

"There are people who make a difference and Nathalie is one of them. She was able to guide me in the wellbeing approach, which greatly improved my life. "

Marleen Beaulieu

"I have never been around someone who knew how to combine nature, body and spirit as much as Nathalie. Her approach aims to integrate Mindfulness in many aspects of everyday life."

Jean-Pascal De La France

"Nathalie and her teachings were one of the best things that happened to me, I became a best friend to my body, mind and heart."

Andréanne Sasseville

“Nathalie's teaching energizes us and allows us to fully and consciously appreciate each moment. It's a huge gift and a great toolbox.“

Lyne Desrochers

Nathalie Salvas has more than 20 years of experience in mindfulness yoga, somatic education, biodynamic craniosacral and meditation. She teaches a conscious, sensitive, practical and educational approach, including anatomy, biology, embryology and nature philosophy to explore possibilities for optimal health. She is a member of the Biodynamic Craniosacral Association of North American (BCTA\NA) as well as the International Somatic Movement Education & Therapy Association (ISMETA).

Her passion for global health dates back to her first studies in the medical laboratory field where she provides her clients with her knowledge of anatomy allowing them to become familiar with the particularities of the human body and to integrate the essential modalities for optimal functioning. Nathalie listens actively and attentively to the internal physiological force, the “breath of life”, and directs her clients’ bodies towards health. Having experienced an immense transformation and regaining health, Nathalie reveals her passion for health and well-being by sharing techniques, knowledge and practices to guide any person towards a dynamic exploration between movements and “stillness” and by extension a reconnection with oneself.

Brimming with energy, Nathalie has the gift of revitalizing the body of yoga enthusiasts as a conscious movement in just a few sessions. Intensely gentle, she carries them into her vortex within each practice, guiding them to take root, connect to their body and become aware of their thoughts and emotions as well as the implication on their posture.

Nathalie Salvas brings a notorious depth to her teachings by accompanying conscious movement practictioners in a quest process of connection between the body, the mind and the heart leading to a better understanding of the body while cultivating kindness. Being an artist at heart, Nathalie approaches the human body as an masterpeice, the art of sculpting an individual strength, flexibility, mental and physical balance while respecting their limits.

In search of calm – Yoga & Meditation

Being active and attuned, Nathalie discovers Sivananda yoga in 1996 and Kripalu yoga in 1998. A diligent practice and a holistic health system take place and positively impact her health. In 2000, she makes a more serious commitment to this path. Passionate about dance and body language, she continues exploring the Hatha yoga and the benefits of body feeling with Lyne St-Roch. In 2002, she began her first professorial training with Hart Laser. This latter guides her towards a more serious teaching – the books of Swami Rada Sivananda, Pema Chodron, Sharon Gannon & David Life “Jivamukti”, Iyengar, the Sutra yoga quickly furnish her bedside table – a depth settles and the lessons received resonate differently. After thousands hours of perseverance, the entire practice takes shape and a new way of life sets in. Generous of her time, Nathalie puts the individual at the center – her researcher and analyst nature in medical biology are still felt – her passion for the human being is a vocation. She has been teaching for fifteen years what she integrated with a feeling and a great respect for the lessons received from inspiring instructors like Jill Satterfield, Shiva Rea, Donna Farrhi, Bonnie B. Cohen, Mariko Tanabé, Amy Matthews, Linda Rabin, Donna Brooks and indirectly Russill Paul, Richard Freeman, Babaji, Alberto Villoldo and BKS Iyengar.

Her engagement for teaching both arts of compassion and attention with the practice of Asthanga Vinyasa and B.K.S. Iyengar made her often come back to the source. Her practice and teaching have evolved over time to include a greater curiosity about our nature – A teacher is a curious and engaged practitioner.

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