Lauren Lawless


I first started practising hot yoga at MYC in 2012 as a way to find calmness and a sense
of ease in my mind as a busy student. I quickly found a home on my mat that has instilled a deep
sense of peace within. This peace continuously trickles into every aspect of my life; a life that
has become filled to the brim with love, adventure, and emotional freedom. My yoga practice is
a time for me to completely recharge, relax, rejuvenate, and heal. Landing on my mat is like a
“warm hug” at the end of a day that has helped me bloom into the person that I am today. My
yoga practice has been a truly extraordinary experience this far and has transformed my life from
the inside out, both mentally and physically. Through my yoga practice I have been able to find a
sense of worthiness and ease within myself which has helped me to balance a dynamic student
After years of being an Energy Exchange student both at the Modo Yoga
Charlottetown and Modo Yoga Fredericton studios, I decided it was time to delve into “live to
learn” and take part in teacher training in Kelowna. Truly a transformative experience, it ignited
a desire to grow and learn and share those teachings with others. After completing my
Undergraduate Degree at UNB in Fredericton, I returned home to PEI to pursue my Bachelor of
Education at UPEI. I am deeply honored to guide people through their practise and be apart of
the Modo Yoga Charlottetown community. What inspires me to teach is the energy that is
generated in the hot room. I have big love for gardening, flowers, the ocean, coffee, quality local
food, and traveling. I am blessed to have found a home in Modo Yoga and I thank my teachers,
fellow yogis, and peers for opening my eyes to this blissful practise!
“When you learn, teach, when you get, give.” –Maya Angleou