Laura’s journey into Yoga started 12 years ago and typically focused on Asanas (the physical aspect of the practice). Seeking out a place to practise in each country that she lived in, from Thailand to Honduras, she began to develop an awareness and appreciation of the inner peace that Yoga ultimately brings to your life.
In 2008 she travelled to India where she completed her first teacher training course in the Sivananda ashram, in Kerala, where she would eventually stay for eight months-an experience that opened her to the study of scriptures, Kiran and Karma Yoga, as well as teaching Asana.
Her belief that as teachers we must continually evolve and learn, once again led her to Mysore, India in 2009 and this was where, in June 2011, she completed her Ashtanga Yoga training with her teacher Ajay Kumar. This included an in-depth study of the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga system as well as learning safe adjustment techniques for students at all levels of practice. She now returns yearly to continue her development as she practises and assists Ajay in his teacher trainings.