Philosophy and Background
Laurie (Lawrence) Carroll is a 500 hour yoga-alliance certified instructor through the Kripalu lineage. He has practiced yoga for 17 years and meditation for over 35 years.
Laurie is a certified personal trainer with NASM, Group Trainer with AFFA and Certified Pickleball Coach.
He is passionate about supporting others’ physical / mental health, fitness and well-being. He is a native born Australian who grew up as a surfer and long distance runner, including two 100 mile ultra-marathons. Laurie is a veteran educator who was nominated for the Distinctive Educator of the Berkshires.
Laurie’s focus in yoga is how to help you maintain your optimum health, strength, flexibility and focus, in order to live with contentment.
He helps his students channel their yoga skills to work for them in everyday life for awareness, concentration, stress management and overall good physical and mental health.
Laurie is a compassionate and light-hearted teacher giving his students space and safety to learn and develop. He encourages students to be patient and kind to themselves, working at their own level. He s an educator! You will learn with new skills of self awareness and empower you to find balance and centeredness in your life.
Laurie teaches a wide range of classes including privates, group events and more. Laurie teaches in Berkshire County and live stream from his home to students around the world.
Laurie appreciates how convenient it is for many to learn yoga from their homes and offers a variety of live-streaming yoga classes.
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YOGA IS ALSO ABOUT COMMUNITY
Photo courtesy of Lenox Living, Photo by Heather Herman
Since the Coronavirus first struck the US in February community relations have changed considerably. The things we once took for granted, close proximity, hugs and speaking up close and personal could have undesirable consequences.
First yoga at home now allows you to tap into community from the convenience and safety of your home.
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