Laura takes you into the world of Hatha yoga. A yoga class awaits you that mobilises you fully after the trail run, stretches you and leads you back to your inner self. Hatha yoga is primarily conscious of the body, breath and meditation. The combination of asanas (movement) and pranayama (breath) is designed to promote flexibility and patience, as well as generally increasing awareness of your own body. You will find that yoga is much more than just the physical aspect. Is Hatha Yoga suitable for beginners ? Yes, of course! The style is the perfect introduction to the world of yoga. But it will also be a great class for the more advanced among you. Everyone will be picked up and accompanied where they are at physically and mentally. The only thing you need to bring – besides a yoga mat and comfortable clothes – is the right attitude: only if you actively engage in consciously observing your body and mind can the yoga exercises release blockages and have a lasting relaxing effect.
Laura is a yogini and yoga teacher with heart and passion. She gave her business the name “Yoga for Happiness” – because she likes to create a place of lightness, gratitude towards herself and happiness in her yoga classes. One of her mottos is: “If I am grateful, I am content and therefore happy”. In her childhood and youth, even now in adulthood, she was and still is a little whirlwind – from school theatre, table tennis, guard dance, scouts, playing drums and much more in her childhood and up to now guard trainer, trail run and adventure in the mountains, nothing remained and remains boring. And in order to stay in the here and now and focus on her own body and mind between the many activities and tasks, she discovered yoga.