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I have been a yoga enthusiast for over 20 years, and truly believe that yoga is a wonderful non-competitive all-round exercise for body and mind, regardless of age, gender, shape or size. My yoga classes are calm, clearly instructed, light hearted, and accessible to all, and I actively encourage the use of props and modifications to enhance the students’ experience, and enable them to progress steadily and without harm, whilst reaping the rewards that come with a better aligned, more flexible, healthy body and clear, quiet mind. Yoga is empowering and uplifting!
Experience and Training
As a teacher in schools for over a decade, I have now dedicated myself to using my experience to teach yoga and help others discover the benefits that I have found so transformative myself through my own yoga practice. To that end, I spent 12 months refining my craft, teaching and practicing yoga with YogaLondon, an established training school based in Camden, where I covered Anatomy, Philosophy, Meditation and all aspects of the Practice of Yoga. I also recently gained a Pregnancy Yoga qualification. I teach individuals privately, in small groups and larger classes.
RYT300, member of Yoga Alliance UK, fully insured, First Aid trained, Pregnancy Yoga Teacher (PYT100)
Types of yoga taught vinyasa flow, power yoga, restorative yoga, hatha yoga, ante-natal and post-natal yoga, Modified Ashtanga primary series (vinyasa style)
Lauren Regester has studied and practiced yoga across the globe, from San Francisco, Hong Kong and throughout Asia to London and now Hertfordshire. She received her 200-hour Yoga Alliance training from Yoga London in January 2014 and completed her Pregnancy Yoga Teaching certificate in May 2015 from Yoga Gro.
Lauren is a registered RYT200 teacher with Yoga Alliance UK and US. This accredidation demonstrates excellent standards as set by Yoga Alliance UK. Lauren teaches vinyasa flow style yoga, as well as pregnancy yoga, through both group and private classes. She is based in Berkhamsted.
Vinyasa flow yoga is a dynamic type of yoga based on the ashtanga style. Each breath is linked with a movement or a pose (asana), creating a sense of fluidity. No class is exactly the same and can be adapted to the class or practicioner.