My practice

Yoga takes many
names and
approaches: find out
which fit you best!


Lauren Mahan salutation

“Yoga is the dance of every cell with the music of every breath that creates inner serenity & harmony.”

Debasish Mridha

The types of yoga I teach

Find your bliss among my many offerings!

Group Classes

Share the wonderful benefits of yoga with your friends, family or colleagues in a comfortable setting.

In Studio

Experience the group energy and collective motivation of an in-studio class. 


Together we develop a yoga class that’s personalised to your unique needs & goals.

Special Events

From large corporate events to small private functions, offer the benefits of yoga to any setting. 


Wherever you find yourself in the world, receive instruction and guidance so you can practice on your schedule!

Retreats & Workshops

A unique experience, a creative moment, or just some time for you in an immersive space & time. 


Ignite your inner fire

My take on Vinyasa is a sunny combination of harmony, strength, and balance.
I construct my Vinyasa flows for them to be a joyous stringing of postures moving seamlessly from one another, and held together by conscious breathing.

My goal is to help building strength and improving flexibility, along with finding grace and fluidity in movement.

Yin the mellow

Deep stretching, loving care, chill-yin

Yin yoga is a series of postures meant to increase flexibility and restore balance and harmony in body & mind.

Yin postures target the deep connective tissues between muscles and fascia throughout the body and increase circulation in the joints.

On top of it all, it chills you tf out!

Dreamy Nidra

Restoring and healing

Yoga Nidra is the yoga of awareness: in this lies the secret of self-healing.
Yoga Nidra is a pratyhara technique (withdrawal of the senses) in which the distractions of the mind are contained and the mind is relaxed. Nidra develops a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping comparable to lucid dreaming.
It relieves stress, improves sleep, mental focus & awareness. It’s a most restful and restorative practice.


Restoring and healing

Namaskate was born out of a passion (and compassion!) for skateboarding. My husband is a pro-skater and I’ve been surrounded by the international skate culture for a whole decade.I’ve observed how taxing skating can be on joints, and how strongly relies on core strength and hip mobility. My namaskate yoga class has a playful approach and promotes body awareness to bring relief to joints, stretching and strengthening core muscles, and improving balance.

And it’s pro-skater approved 🙂