Lauren is a graduate from the Tamal Dodge Yoga School (RYT 200) and is also a certified personal fitness trainer with years of research in nutrition. Originally from Colorado, born into an adventurous family, Lauren has always been an athlete – a long distance cyclist, an avid runner, hiker and yogi. Her passions lay in body movement, nutrition and the holistic lifestyle. She incorporates the fundamentals of yoga in her class with a focus on breath in order to energize, heal and strengthen the mind, body, and soul. It warms her heart to see her students excel in their practice. She teaches classes and offers private sessions in restorative, gentle, vinyasa, and power flow yoga.
Lauren advocates the maintenance of a diverse exercise regimen paired with well a balanced, nutrient rich diet. She offers group and private exercise training in endurance, calisthenics and body movement as well as nutrition and holistic health coaching. She seeks to educate and inspire everyone to lead a “whole-health” lifestyle.
"Largely because of the media, we have been taught to look to others for our own health. Following a doctor’s orders is only one part to leading a healthy, happy life. Additionally, our medical system isn't built on keeping people healthy, it’s built on feeding revenue back into the industry.
“Mind, body, soul guidance”; I seek to build a brand built around the inspiration it feeds back into the community. A brand that is aimed toward encouraging those who seek to improve and/or gain knowledge in a number of holistic health and wellness related areas: yoga asana, fitness, intuitive nutrition, body alignment, injury prevention, restoration, holistic healing, detox, longevity, mindfulness, meditation, and yoga philosophy. Quality implementation and demonstration of all these areas (and more) with the use of social media (youtube, Instagram, Facebook, etc) and community involvement (i.e. workshops, retreats, yoga classes), provide knowledge and resources to guide participants toward a well-balanced, all-encompassing approach to life. The phrase that best sums up this approach to health is 'never neglect one for the other: mind, body, soul." - Lauren Nelson