Hey there folks! Meet Laurie.
1. Brief, non-yoga bio:
Laurie is married with 3 young adult children. Spending time in nature brings her a deep sense of peace and connection. She enjoys the energy of any creative process, but is particularly drawn to photography and, digitizing and restoring old photos. Living in the Winchester area for 12 years has provided many opportunities for both nature and art.
2. Least favorite or hardest posture for you?
I have a love/hate relationship with hip openers!
3. Favorite pose or transition?
I have nothing but love for savasana.
4. What is your favorite thing about being a class manager at Dharma?
I’m excited to be a part of “Team Dharma!” Being a class manager at Dharma Studio provides wonderful opportunities to meet new people. Welcoming people and helping them feel comfortable always makes my heart happy.
5. Favorite Winchester restaurant or hangout?
Dinner at Chopstick Café, gelato at Jolato’s Gelatoria, and a walk around downtown is always a fun date night.
6. What is something that students may not know about you?
Spending time in nature brings me a deep sense of peace and connection. I enjoy the energy of any creative process, but am particularly drawn to photography and, digitizing and restoring old photos. Living in the Winchester area for 12 years has provided many opportunities for both nature and art.
7. What does your practice look like?
Spending a few days a week on the mat at Dharma Studio with fellow yogis brings grounding, knowledge, laughter and a true sense of community. Home practice is a blend of meditation, modified sun salutations, hip openers and gentle stretching.