FAQ

Frequently asked questions and answers

Emotional wellness

According to the National Center for Emotional Wellness, the term refers to an awareness, understanding, and acceptance of your emotions, and your ability to manage effectively through challenges and change.  

Emotional wellness challenges provide practices that  structure and cultivate a deeper awareness and understanding of your emotions, body, and stress levels.  Thus improving your overall quality of life. 

Customizable 3, 5, & 10 day wellness challenges & initiatives centering around a topic developed specifically for the organization. Topics can include gratitude, stress management, goal-setting, reflection, fitness, yoga, rejuvenation, and a design of your own.

Easy to implement programs that can be as simple as an email a day with a different exercise that each person can do on their own. Additionally, organizations can include add-ons to their packages including live-virtual classes. 

Running

Hiring a coach has a wide range of benefits in regards to both your physical and emotional health. First of all, it can help motivate you to start running or get back into running. Secondly, a coach can help you stay on track to accomplishing your running goals. Finally, getting the support, encouragement, and infrastructure to succeed in your running journey. 

Helping individuals find their confidence, self, and state of peace through body movement, community, and self care.

We discuss your goals and expectations. We provide feedback on your process, form, and lifestyle. We use check-ins, schedule adjustments, and encouragement to make sure you enjoy running.

How many miles a week do you want to be running? Before writing a running plan and schedule, Laura will meet with you virtually to go over your  goals, expectations, and modifications. She will work with you to make sure you are running the amount of miles you want and expect to be running.

No. Laura has created a program to help all levels of runners.

Yoga

Weekly virtual class on Sundays at 4pm PST. Yoga for a cause where all proceeds go a the sponsored organization is on the second Tuesday of every month.

  • A yoga mat. If you don’t have a mat, a towel or blanket works.
  • Yoga props including a block, strap or blanket can be used.
  • Laura signs on 10 minutes before class to answer questions or concerns.

Laura will always cue without any props. She will offer variations with props including a block, blanket or pillow. 

Drop-in classes are $15 a class. You can also purchase a class package for 5 classes for $60 (one free class). 

Yes. Please fill out the inquiry form for more details. Corporate classes are $50 a class for unlimited participants.

Yes. Laura will work closely to walk you through a traditional class while offering the opportunity for questions, feedback, and adjustments. Private classes can be done in-person or virtual. 

Laura teaches a hatha yoga, a slow flow focusing on breath, technique, and the connection between the mind and body.

Yoga is for everybody no matter what level or where you’re at. Laura encourages all her students to show up as they are, meet their bodies where they are at, and practice yoga. Laura strives to offer inclusive all-level classes for anyone who wants to learn, practice, and enhance their yoga experience. 

It depends. Please let Laura know in advance about your injury and how it impacts your physical practice. Laura is willing to work closely with you to create a practice that works for you. 

We are always looking for organizations to partner with for Yoga for a Cause. We’ve donated to the Aremenian Fund, Fair Fight, and Health Resource Partners.