A warm “Hello” to you. My name is Lauri Glenn. My journey into the world of health & wellness began in 1995 in Tahoe with yoga as a cross-training effort for a budding snowboarding career. After a back injury redirected my path, I began studying Therapeutic Yoga, teaching locally, got certified in massage therapy and opened a private practice in 2000. Nearly 20 years later, my passion for a sustainable approach to wellness has only deepened and drives my ongoing study of yoga as a therapeutic model. Gratitude to my teachers past and present; Meg McCraken, Ashleigh Sergeant, Rod Stryker, Richard Schactel, & Joseph & Lillian LePage. Alongside massage therapy, I am also a Reiki Master & Cranial Sacral Therapist and enjoy weaving all these healing practices into a holistic approach to well being. I also spend 8 years as a firefighter/paramedic so I have a well-rounded view of western and eastern approaches to well-being. My classes are mindfully breath and alignment focused while also offering a welcoming, light-hearted approach that is easily accessible to all. When I’m not in the studio or my office, I’ll most likely be outside playing human-powered sports, often with my little pup, Milo, in tow, soaking in the California sunshine, and smiling with Gratitude for this big, beautiful life.
Lauri Glenn is an RYT500 teacher, with the focus of her studies in Yoga Therapy. She has trained in Iyengar, Integrative Yoga Therapy, Yoga as Medicine, Yoga for Pain Management, Mindfulness Meditation, and Alignment-Based Vinyasa. She is a massage therapist of 17 years as well as a Reiki Master & Cranial Sacral Therapist. Additionally, Lauri spent 8 years as a Firefighter/Paramedic which gave her an intimate look at health care from a very different lens and reinforces her passion to work proactively through therapeutic based modalities to care for our health now, so that we stay healthy well into our older years.