susan pracht

yoga instructor

How I Teach

Sequencing that makes sense, woven into a fun, fast-paced vinyasa flow that translates to yoga for every body. Movement that’s slow enough to find the breath in each pose, but fast enough to build heat, and get you out of your head. When it’s time for savasana, I want my students to have well worked body and a calm mind.


by movement of all kinds. I like to bring my yoga practice into a nice long run, or a ballistic kettle bell swing, or a sweaty spin class. Mindfulness and breath make all movement better.


by my three tough, hilarious, and kind kids who never, ever stop. Blink and you’ll miss something. Or lose one.


to continue learning more about pre and postnatal yoga and fitness. Staying fit and connected with my body throughout my pregnancies made me feel strong and empowered. I’d love to expand on and share that knowledge.


to the ritual of movement of some sort every day. The hour after I’ve practiced or worked out is ALWAYS better than the hour before. Committing to myself, and taking that time makes me a better mom, a better wife, and a better teacher.


by all of my teachers at Laughing Lotus who taught me that yoga is about relationships. The relationship of your feet to the floor, and your head to the sky, and most importantly, the relationship you have with yourself. Yoga on the mat is good, Yoga off the mat is even better.

my top tunes to flow to


Group Training Schedule

Yoga Alliance 300 RYT
Pre and Post-Natal Movement
Yoga for Athletes