She has a degree in Social Work and has devoted much of her working life to education and service to others.
His first encounter with yoga practice took place in India more than 10 years ago, with an intense incursion into ashtanga yoga at the "Universal Yoga" school with Vijay in Dharamsala and it is here that he also makes contact with Buddhism through SS Dalai Lama, a fact that will mark a profound change in his life.
After a few years of ashtanga practice try also different styles of yoga like hatha, kundalini, iyengar, sivananda, yin, vinyasa, dynamic yoga, jivamukti and anusara.
His first formation is in 2008 in hatha-vinyasa in the school Mandiram (Yoga Alliance 200h).
Learning is a constant in her path, so she is also trained as a yin yoga teacher with Jose de Groot to complement her dynamic practice, prenatal yoga at the Mandiram school, Hatha Raja Yoga with Andrei, among other seminars and workshops.
The practice of meditation and study of Buddhist philosophy is part of his life.
He graduated in Studies and Philosophy of the Practice of Tibetan Buddhism for the FPMT at the Nagarjuna Institute of Barcelona (2006-2010).
Continua su formación y práctica en el centro Dharmadhatu con su maestro Basili Llorca.
He thanks all his teachers for the opportunity to continue along the way and with the joy of being able to share.
Laura accompanies you in a cheerful and kind way, creating a space where you can develop the capacity to be present, in the here and now; While everything flows, when everything changes.
# Yin Yoga #
It is a simple but intense practice. The practice is done mostly in the ground where we maintain the postures for a period of 3 to 5 minutes - this allows us to relax the muscles and travel to deeper tissues (fascia, ligaments, tendons, bones, joints) and to release tensions at level Physical, emotional and mental. The practice is perfect to prepare the meditation, because it calms us down and allows us to observe reality as it is, cultivating mindfulness.
# Hatha Vinyasa Yoga #
Hatha Vinyasa Yoga is a complete yoga practice; Through asana (postures), pranayama (breathing / energy) and meditation allow us to release blockages and tensions both physically and energetically, to feel that the mind inhabits the body.
Sitting meditation at the beginning or end of practice will help cultivate mindfulness, finding inspiration and motivation diligently during practice and of course taking it beyond the mat.
Let your yoga practice help you cultivate the presence in the here and now.