Lauren Kraemer



Lauren Kraemer instructs the following:
  • Vinyasa I ~ Super Slow Flow
  • This class won’t rock you til you drop. It will cradle you in it’s arms and serenade you while you flow slowly toward savasana (final relaxation). It’s like practicing moving through molasses. This practice cultivates a slower, mindful, nourishing flow, and gears toward those people who are new-ish to Vinyasa, or feel zapped but need to motor. Some poses are held, while the teacher cues alignment and breath awareness for more ease and inward journeying.

    {The Vinyasa style is born from the Ashtanga Yoga tradition, developed by the great Pattabhi Jois, whose teacher was the inimitable Krishnamacharya (“the father of modern yoga”). A typical Vinyasa class warms the body through sun salutations; flowing movements, using conscious breath as a metronome. As your teacher leads you through his or her own mapped-out, sequenced design, you have the opportunity to explore your presence in a variety of poses, some with longer holds than others. Some Vinyasa classes are themed toward a peak pose or class of poses, while some touch on all or a selection of the various classes of poses: standing poses, forward bending, backbending, twisting, hip and side openers, and inversions. Pranayama (breath work), meditation and bandha work (work with the 3 locks of the body) are also found tucked into many a Vinyasa class. Each class is a new experience.}


  • Practice and Relax
  • Easy, intentional movement, followed by deep, led relaxation. 

  • Open Level Vinyasa
  • This class caters to all levels, with clear instruction for those who are new to the Vinyasa practice, and more advanced offerings for students who want a challenge. Nothing is required, and staying in the realm of your own level is encouraged.
    {The Vinyasa style is born from the Ashtanga Yoga tradition, developed by the great Pattabhi Jois, whose teacher was the inimitable Krishnamacharya (“the father of modern yoga”). A typical Vinyasa class warms the body through sun salutations; flowing movements, using conscious breath as a metronome. As your teacher leads you through his or her own mapped-out, sequenced design, you have the opportunity to explore your presence in a variety of poses, some with longer holds than others. Some Vinyasa classes are themed toward a peak pose or class of poses, while some touch on all or a selection of the various classes of poses: standing poses, forward bending, backbending, twisting, hip and side openers, and inversions. Pranayama (breath work), meditation and bandha work (work with the 3 locks of the body) are also found tucked into many a Vinyasa class. Each class is a new experience.}

  • Energy of Yoga
  • Prana: cultivation and containment. Energy, breath, and bandha. Why and how to contain and cultivate energy in the body by drawing power through movement and relaxation. 

  • Mayurasana. Peacock Pose
  • Mayurasana: Peacock Pose. A pranic blastoff with Lauren Kraemer.
    step 1: harness wind.
    step 2: don’t let it leak.
    step 3: spend it wisely
    There’s more to arm balancing than what meets the… arm.
    A workshop with smart practice, good choices, the high vibrations of others, and epic rest.
    Through practice, breath, intention, and containment, learn to invite, sustain, and integrate the energetic storehouse in your body. Then take all your weight into your own hands. Then rest so fully that the return on the investment is infinity,

  • Yoga for Rookies
  • This class is designed for the beginner yogi, as well as the more advancing practitioner who wants to get back to the basics, or learn how to teach fundamentals. Your teacher will lead you through fundamentals of the practice of asana (poses), touch on pranayama (breath work) and give you little tastes of the practice of meditation. This class will ready you for more challenging classes by teaching you alignment and poses, easeful awareness of your breath, and contentment in sitting with stillness. The pace is slower and the structure of the class is more like a workshop, to allow for more specific teaching of poses and hands-on adjustments.