Natalia Perera works as a spiritually inspired Yogini and teacher of ancient Nature based knowledge and practices that encourage self-awareness and a life well lived.
Her experience ranges from social work in a Sydney refuge for homeless women, to an intern Ayurvedic doctor at Poonthottam Ayurvedasram in Kerala, India, to a lecturer in the Ayurvedic Medicine faculty at Nature Care College in Sydney. She teaches Meditation, Ayurveda, the Bhagavad Gita and the Psychology of Yoga on Yoga Teacher Training courses and corporate Mindfulness at Blackmores.
She has been in private practice since 2001 where she specialises in Yogic and Nature based Psychotherapy, drawing upon her training in Psychology (Masters from University of New South Wales) and Gestalt Therapy as well as her study and experience with Yoga, Meditation and Ayurveda since 1995. Her consultations aim to identify the core imbalances underlying presenting physical health symptoms, mental or emotional weaknesses, relationship issues or simply, lack of fulfilment in life. Natalia then uses practical tools from the Vedic and Shamanic traditions to help people overcome these with peace and fulfill their inherent potential with joy. This may involve holistic counselling, intuitive life coaching, meditation, a personalised Yoga (Asana) practice, Yogic cleanses, nutritional advice, food or herbal remedy, Australian bush flower essences, or spiritual healing either through a hands on massage or a Crystal Light Bed.
Natalia is most passionate about encouraging people to live fully on the solid foundations of a higher consciousness. She is especially captivated by the devotional path, that of the heart. She lives with her family, in Sydney, Australia.
Natalia's author page on Spiritual Activism for the New York Spirit magazine is here.