Laura Packham

Laura first dipped her toes into yoga as a teenager but it wasn’t until she moved to China that she really got hooked.

Hailing from a small desert town in Australia, the ex-journalist and mum-of-one, moved to Paris on a whim seven years ago and stayed.

Her move to Zhuhai, China in 2015 was transformative in more ways than one, as she began to see yoga beyond just asanas.

A few years later, in Argentina, she earned her teacher certification (Vinyasa Flow), studying under Noah Mazé and Sandra Kessel.


She founded the yoga studio, Aura Yoga, in Buenos Aires, offering a range of different yoga classes to locals and English-speakers alike.

Laura’s main goal is to welcome people where they are, as they are. And it is her deep belief that yoga is a practice for all.


Her teaching style is thoughtful and introspective. She encourages deep listening, inquiry and anatomically-aligned, safe movement.


She aims to bring balance to a busy lifestyle through uplifting Vinyasa-style sequences, focusing on breath and including guided-meditation to awaken the soul.

She is passionate about human and animal rights, mindful living and personal exploration.


Laura lives in Paris (again), with her husband and darling girl, and enjoys practicing acroyoga, writing, cooking plant-based recipes and snapping street art.

 



Laura Packham is currently not instructing any classes.