Since her childhood, spiritual issues have always been of great interest to her. Throughout her readings, travels and meetings, her path led her, at the age of 30, to discover and practice Zen Buddhist meditation. However, the need to put the body in motion before stopping it for long hours during meditation led to a wonderful discovery: Yoga.
After an initiatory journey to India in 2014 and five years of dedicated practice of Hatha Yoga and Kundalini Yoga, she trained in India, in Rishikesh, with Yogrishi Vishvketu, an Himalayan Yogi who is part of the tradition of Yogi Gorakhnath. Nathalie Kanta received from her teacher a traditional and holistic teaching of Yoga, which he named Akhanda Yoga (Integral Yoga), whose foundations are Hatha Yoga and for which the Sound (mantras, kirtans, etc.) holds a great importance.
Today as a teacher of Integral Yoga – Akhanda Yoga, she is interested in the therapeutic applications of Yoga. She followed in India an intensive training in Yogatherapy with Acharya Saji, a traditional Yoga teacher and yogatherapist, founder of the Vasishta Yoga Research International Foundation. Beside him, she discovered and learned very effective sound meditation techniques to pacify the so-called mental body, in which most diseases take shape in case of imbalance before they manifest themselves physically. She is certified yogatherapist.
Also she studies Nada Yoga or Yoga of Sound with Sri Hanuman, musician and teacher of Nada Yoga.
Nathalie Kanta also trained in sonotherapy with Félix Gendron, musician and therapist, for the use of therapeutic tuning forks, and with Don Conreaux, an internationally recognized teacher, for practicing gongs.
She uses these instruments and others, including Himalayan bowls, crystal bowls, … and voice for sound meditation workshops and for individual consultations.
Finally, she is Master of Usui Reiki.