Lauren Spencer King is an artist and healer working in Los Angeles, CA. She received her MFA from Art Center College of Design in 2011. She has been practicing breathwork meditation for over ten years. In 2012 she completed the four levels of David Elliott’s Healer Training and has been teaching ever since. She has taught meditation workshops at the UCLA Hammer Museum, art galleries in LA, and in the woods of Griffith Park. She has worked with kids as a high school art teacher and more recently at Our House Grief Support Center in Los Angeles, leading kids' grief groups at the center and in schools. This is also where she received her Grief Specialist certification.
Lauren teaches breathwork meditation every Sunday night at Yogala in Echo Park.
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"Lauren is an incredible teacher, full of light and wisdom and patience. She imbues each class with a sense of magic and wonder, and creates a sense of community where everyone is open to share and connect. Lauren isn’t afraid to ask big questions, but her guidance is grounded in a practical application to everyday life. She is, quite simply, the best."
"Lauren is something special. She is intuitive and insightful, and has a natural wisdom that stems from a place of experience and curiosity. I've been going to her breathwork meditation classes for almost a year, and I can easily say she has changed my life in remarkable ways. She holds an open and nurturing space where you can be part of a beautiful exchange between teaching and learning. Wherever you are in your life - you will benefit from her offerings."
"I feel so grateful to have met Lauren. Her caring and loving nature is seen with my 7-year old daughter who works with her. After the first private session with Lauren, my daughter whispers in my ear, "That was amazing." And, now after weeks of not going, she asks to see Lauren again."
"Lauren brings grace into her healing practice, and her gentle aesthetic as an artist is immediately apparent through her use of minerals/natural elements, music, and well, her presence in general. I felt safe to share, cry, and laugh -- in other words, to be completely myself in all of its messiness. She skillfully gave us the space to feel what we all needed to feel individually in those moments, but to also connect and find comfort in one another."