Laura
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After years of practicing yoga to balance the high stress and physical strain that accompanied my nursing career, I wanted to deepen my practice and learn more about yogic philosophy. In 2017 I completed my 200-hour certification at Yoga Vida followed by an 85-hour prenatal yoga certification with Integral Yoga Institute, and I continue to teach yoga in and around New York City while I pursue my Master’s Degree in Nurse Midwifery at NYU.

Laura
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After years of practicing yoga to balance the high stress and physical strain that accompanied my nursing career, I wanted to deepen my practice and learn more about yogic philosophy. In 2017 I completed my 200-hour certification at Yoga Vida followed by an 85-hour prenatal yoga certification with Integral Yoga Institute, and I continue to teach yoga in and around New York City while I pursue my Master’s Degree in Nurse Midwifery at NYU.

My yoga classes are moderately-paced and alignment focused, and are designed to be challenging yet accessible to everyone. I aim for my students to leave class feeling energized, clear-headed, and present. Outside of yoga and school, I love to read, cook, make ceramics, experiment with paint and watercolors, bike around Brooklyn, think of greeting card ideas, make lists, journal, and travel. 

Questions. Answers.

What about teaching yoga inspires you?

I use yoga as a way to connect not only with myself, but with a community of new people and ideas. My own yoga journey has been a catalyst for so many awesome changes in other areas of my life; I feel grateful to be able to share this experience with others.

Favorite Brooklyn Hang Out Spot

My friend Justin has a backyard in Williamsburg with a garden where we have “family dinner”: Whoever is around comes by and we grill, make a fire, watch movies on this big video projector, and play music or games. Sometimes we go all day into the night. It’s the best.

What are you most passionate about outside of yoga?

I’m also a nurse, currently working towards a master’s degree in nurse midwifery. I’m very interested in issues surrounding women’s healthcare, especially policy. Healthcare is an insanely complex issue but there is so much opportunity to improve the quality of care and outcomes, especially for women and girls.

Go-To Grounding Yoga Pose?

Tadasana. It’s so powerful!

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