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House of Healing Wellness Opens for Business

House of Healing recently opened for business at The District on 46.  

At House of Healing, we help people move and care for their bodies in healthy ways in a fun community setting. Whether you are looking for yoga, Pilates, mindfulness, nutrition education, self-care (or all of that!), we would be so happy to 
welcome you to connect with us to seek wellness.  You can practice with us virtually from anywhere or in person at our studio in the Bulverde / Spring Branch area at The District on 46. Ultimately, regardless of where you practice, 
your house of healing is a place that is both unique and universal: your body

We want you to feel right at home wherever you practice with us. In fact, House of Healing was created with the sole purpose of helping you feel happy, healthy, and whole. We believe yoga should be challenging and fun while remaining non-competitive, engaging, therapeutic, and accessible for all. We believe that this is your practice and that yoga really is what you make it.  Our teachers pull from a variety of yoga lineages, movement theories, and mindfulness techniques to curate classes that will provide you with opportunities to connect with the strength, resilience, and peace within you. 

House of Healing's founder is Natalie Holland.  
Though always interested in wellness, Natalie's passion for arming others with health and healing information was fueled by a breast cancer diagnosis.  

Upon diagnosis at age 36, with no family history and no BRCA mutations, her oncologist confirmed that her cancer was environmentally linked.  This set in motion a frenzy of research by Natalie on rising cancer rates and the link to environmental causes which eventually resulted in the book, "Scarred but Smarter: A Cancer Memoir".  The book explores what a cancer diagnosis is like for a young adult amidst a busy life with kids and an often-deployed husband.  “Scarred but Smarter: A Cancer Memoir” is full of honest insights, humor through dark moments, practical tips, and life lessons. Extending beyond the personal experience of cancer, it also explores the toxic load we all face in our daily lives through our food and personal care products which threaten our health and offers solutions for reducing that load.  It has become Natalie's passion to arm others with the knowledge they need to make informed choices about their health. 

Natalie is wife to David - mom to daughters Maggie, Sarah Jayne, and Genevieve - mom to fur-baby Bandit, a deaf, full of love, boxer-mix.  She has been helping others move their bodies in healthy ways for ten years through both Pilates and yoga.  She holds a B.S. in Nutrition and Dietetics and an MsEd in Science Education. Natalie is an ERYT500.  She loves using yoga, Pilates, nutrition education, and self-care techniques to help others create sustainable wellness in their lives.  

You can learn more about House of Healing, view the schedule, and book classes through our website: