Natalie Hanlon

Hi, my name is Natalie and I have been practicing yoga for 3 years. I have been a teaching for 1 year. I have been active all my life but never really considered yoga. I thought I was pretty flexible already. I decided to try it and I fell in love. I began to practice on a regular basis and immediately wanted to learn more. In September 2011 I completed my 200 hour certification through Core Power Yoga, and began teaching at a small gym north of the Twin Cities. I then found Heat Yoga, and really love the sense of community as well as practicing in the heat. I am very excited to be part of this community and look forward to sharing the gift of yoga with you


Natalie Hanlon instructs the following:
  • HEAT B
  • HEAT B is a set sequence of postures linking breath and movement (vinyasa), this class moves at moderate pace. Classes begin with warm up movements (Sun Salutations) while cultivating awarness of breath control. The series of postures improve flexibility, strength, posture, balance and mind-body awareness, while enjoying a deep sense of calm. The heat allows for a safe, deep loosening of the muscles and joints, mobilizes and strengthens the spine and stimulates and detoxifies the internal organs. Emphasis on balance and stregthening core, twists, chest muscles.  Vary comparable to HEAT A Classes.

    Appropriate for student at ALL levels can create their own physical intensity by choosing offered modifications and variations every practice you attend


  • HEAT A
  • HEAT A is a set sequence of postures linking breath and movement (vinyasa), this class moves at moderate pace.  Classes begin with warm up movements (Sun Salutations) while cultivating awareness of breath control.  The series of postures improve flexibility, strength, posture, balance and mind-body awareness, while enjoying a deep sense of calm. The heat allows for a safe, deep loosening of the muscles and joints, mobilizes and strengthens the spine and stimulates and detoxifies the internal organs.  Emphasis on tight hamstrings, glutes and strengths back muscles.
    A student at ALL levels can create their own physical intensity by choosing offered modifications and variations every practice you attend. 
    Teachers add different themes and philosophy concepts throughout the class so you have a unique experience every practice.