Natasha Karpasov   Natasha turned to yoga in 2009 to alleviate chronic pain and muscle tension, and since then has found a new way to move and heal.  Her teaching style combines attention to principles of alignment, safely building strength and ease in postures, and utilizing breath work to energize the body and quiet the mind. She studies and weaves different styles of yoga into her classes, including vinyasa flow, slow flow, and restorative yoga. Discovering greater range of motion, preventing injuries, and helping students modify their practice to meet their unique needs is of particular interest to her.  Natasha earned her 200-hr and 300-hr teacher certifications with Down Under School of Yoga. She also has nearly 20 years of classical ballet training, and taught ballet to children, teens, and adults earlier in her career.

Natasha Karpasov

Natasha turned to yoga in 2009 to alleviate chronic pain and muscle tension, and since then has found a new way to move and heal.

Her teaching style combines attention to principles of alignment, safely building strength and ease in postures, and utilizing breath work to energize the body and quiet the mind. She studies and weaves different styles of yoga into her classes, including vinyasa flow, slow flow, and restorative yoga. Discovering greater range of motion, preventing injuries, and helping students modify their practice to meet their unique needs is of particular interest to her.

Natasha earned her 200-hr and 300-hr teacher certifications with Down Under School of Yoga. She also has nearly 20 years of classical ballet training, and taught ballet to children, teens, and adults earlier in her career.