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about laura

"I am here to help guide you to what has always been there, your truest most authentic Self. I feel honored to meet you."

about laura quinn

I was born in San Francisco, but I call Toronto my home.  I have had some things come easily in life, and others with great challenge.  What I’ve learned is that as much as I used to want to control my life, be the director of all that I desired, that in fact the truest gift in life is to step down and let your heart and your soul inform you and then, have courage and act.  Surrender. I have lived through the throes of life, the moments where I found myself on my knees, feeling broken and lost but I have always had a strong inherent sense of steadiness, of stability. That feeling is one that I was born with.  I have also experienced miracles and beauty I never thought possible. I grew up in the world of spirit and ceremony.  I understood healing, energy, intuition, and spirit from a very young age.  I was introduced to many religions, traditions, and offered experiences travelling the world and exploring spirituality.  I tended fire at sun-dance ceremonies, sat in temples in India and as a child served tea to woman gathered in circle preparing for child birth.  I was heavily influenced by my mother and her strong feminine and also my father who embodies ministry in his work.  

​My greatest gift in life has been the blessing of my 3 children. They are my biggest teachers; my heart and I believe a big part of my purpose in life. I am a “truth seeker” and I stand for those who stand outside the circle.  I have a voice and I can use it, though I am often quiet.


I have been practicing yoga for over a decade and I found my home in the Kundalini tradition as a teacher. I feel blessed to share in this work which has supported me over the years, and I know can support anyone called to the practice. My specialty includes a focus toward Shuniya, in the Kundalini tradition this means the point of stillness.  I have found that in this stillness your highest potential flows through you.  I also think there is a place and time where we need to speak out loud, we need to hear each other and have community. This is different from therapy, and it’s different than speaking with your best friend, this is what we do in circle work. 

  • Certified Kundalini Yoga Instructor KRI - 200 hr 

  • Certificate program for Gong Yoga Nidra, Relaxation and Sound Healing Training with Metab Benton  

  • Certified Nushu Group Facilitator 

  • Currently studying psychodynamic therapy. 

  • 20 years of corporate business experience, past experience in technology recruitment and currently working in residential real estate. 

“One small thing I have learned these years, how to be alone, and at the edge of aloneness how to be found by the world.”

-David Whyte
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