Linking infinite conscious connections in mind – body – spirit,
for wellness in your life.

Rediscovering You Through Yoga Therapy 
Namaste and welcome.  Are you feeling stressed out, burned out, or overwhelmed?  Do you experience feelings of anger or frustration in your life?  Are you losing sleep? Do you have physical pain that may include backache, headache, and/or stomach aches?  Are your relationships wavering? Then you came to the right place.  I can help support your healing journey.  Once you rediscover your mind - body - spirit connection, with the tools of yoga therapy, your pain can decrease, your relationships can improve, and you can build resiliency on your path of life.
What is the difference between yoga & yoga therapy?
In community group yoga classes, therapeutic benefits from a well-rounded practice can certainly be obtained.  However, a group class doesn’t necessarily address your specific needs or what is most important for you to optimize your wellness.  
Laura’s clients have included individuals suffering from:
  • anxiety
  • depression
  • PTSD
  • chronic pain
  • fibromyalgia
  • rheumatoid arthritis
  • back/neck pain 
  • ​infertility
Yoga therapy is the process of empowering individuals to progress toward improved health and well-being through the application of the teachings and practices of Yoga.
~International Association of Yoga Therapists Definition of Yoga Therapy.


Yoga therapy is a complementary approach to healing.  Currently, yoga therapy is not a licensed healthcare profession in NH. Although Laura does not diagnose or treat disease, she can work in partnership, when appropriate, with your healthcare team to support your healing for the best outcomes to your wellbeing.  She will also make referrals to other healthcare professionals, if your needs are better served outside the yoga therapy scope of practice.  

Yoga therapy is a holistic approach to healing with the understanding that each of us are comprised of five intertwining sheaths (or layers) that make us whole.  This yogic model of wholeness is derived out of the ancient text “The Upanishads” called the Panchamaya Koshas.  These 5 sheaths are: the physical body; vital body-containing our energy and life force; mental body-containing our thoughts and emotions; wisdom body – our higher Self; and bliss body – pure consciousness, ultimate joy, unconditional love, and heartfelt compassion.  Laura believes that when we are disconnected, to that which makes us whole in mind-body-spirit, illness and disease can occur. When we live in harmony in connection with the flow of life, wellness flourishes.
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