Laura first discovered the power of yoga when she was travelling and living abroad in the United States in 2009. It was in the crammed and heated studios in San Francisco and New York where Laura experienced a sense of home and community that inspired her to follow the path of teaching yoga.
In 2013, Laura moved from Perth to study Power Vinyasa with Duncan Peak. Now settled in Melbourne, Laura considers herself very fortunate to share yoga with others. Currently studying Osteopathy, Laura incorporates her knowledge of anatomy and human movement into her classes, while simultaneously encouraging creativity and play.
“Yoga is a practice that has the potential to ignite our creativity and allow us to connect with our genuine selves. Through incorporating this practice into our lives, we can access more peace and live with a sense of purpose.”
A few of my favourite things are:
What turns you on about yoga?
That strong sense of connection with myself and my community
South Melb Café:
Movie and/or Book:
When things fall apart, Pema Chodron
Bike riding, dancing, art watching, studying and being