Rebecca Lammersen

Rebecca Lammersen

Rebecca is the founder and owner of Yogalution® Studio. Her studio is housed within the walls of 4C Medical Group, an integrative medical clinic where she teaches yoga prescriptively, as a modality of rehabilitation and prevention. Every class Rebecca teaches is created based on the individual and collective emotional and physical needs of her students.

Rebecca has been a yoga practitioner for 18 years. After her eldest daughter turned one year old, she felt a calling, to find her purpose and live as a role model and guide for her daughter. During her mentorship with her teacher, she recognized her gifted ability to hear students through their movement and converse with them through touch. That’s when she knew her contribution to society would be as a teacher.

Her mission is to provide a safe space for people to find their voice, express themselves, cope with and heal their wounds from the inside out. Through her intelligent, tailor-made sequencing, intentional touch, and words of inspiration, her students feel loved, understood and validated.

Rebecca has a BA in psychology and sociology from the University of Arizona and a background in social work and early childhood development. In 2004, she trained in Stott Pilates (mat and reformer series) through BodyScapes Studio of Scottsdale. She is 200-hour certified through At One Yoga, 300-hour certified through The Authentic School of Dave’s Astanga Yoga and 50-hour certified through the Yoga Works Bridge Program of Blissful Yoga Studio. Rebecca is registered with the Yoga Alliance as an E-RYT 200, RYT 500 & YACEP Teacher. Rebecca is attuned in Reiki 1 & 2 under the guidance of Zeffi Kefala and trained in Yoga Nidra by Steve Price in the Amrit Method. Rebecca enjoys being a part of beginnings, trained as a Doula through DONA International and is an ordained marriage officiant through the American Marriage Ministries. She has married 10 couples to date.

Since Rebecca was a child, she has embraced her passion for diverse physical disciplines. She became a black belt in Tae Kwon Do at the age of 15, and made friends with miles of road as a long distance runner, completing her first marathon at the age of 19. She understood from an early age the connection to breath and physical and emotional wellbeing. The strength and steadiness of breath is directly related to the ability to stay calm and grounded during the fluctuating tides of life.

Outside of the studio, she lives with the lights of her life, her two precious girls, Emma and Ruby. In between teaching and mothering, Rebecca writes. She writes transparently and honestly about her life experiences and the wisdoms she’s unveiled along the way. Rebecca is a contributor for Huffington Post. Visit her personal website  and connect with her on Facebook.

“I love being alive. I love being a mother. I love teaching yoga. I love to write. I love to know. I love to not know. I love to learn. I love to listen. I love to read. I love to swim. I love to hike. I love to travel. I love to dance. I love to help. I love to serve.” ~Rebecca

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