About laura’s training & Technique

Pilates and Wellness Instructor

Owner of Pilates&Scoliosis

“ My goal is to provide balanced movement sessions where my clients are able to listen to their body and experience results during their Pilates session. These results are a combination of skills I teach my clients and  my various movement techniques. My goal is offer clients an environment that allows them to reach their goals and beyond. To essentially become experts in movement through Pilates. ” - Laura


Laura Hausler lives in Seattle, Washington. Her love of movement and passion to care for people inspired her to focus her business on individual Pilates training. Working one on one with clients has allowed her to personalize the Pilates journey for her clients. Because of the variety of her skills she works with a wide array of ages and experience. Her positive teaching style and balanced approach to session design sets her work a part. Her goal for clients is that they experience a balanced, active, and connected body during their appointment.

Laura lives with Scoliosis and has combined her training, research, and experience into her own workshops to working with clients with Scoliosis.  In addition to her workshops she is a 

SmartSpine Educator and offers trainings for the SmartSpine Wellness System


EXPERIENCE

Laura is a Certified Pilates Teacher through The Pilates Method Alliance and Balanced Body Pilates. She is a certified SmartSpine Wellness System Academy and Ambassador. 

Her teaching began in 2013 in Chattanooga, Tennessee. She worked with her mentor and friend Sydney Craig, owner of Pilates Tonic, during and after her training.  Her Pilates experience became her passion when she received immediate relief from her Scoliosis caused back pain using modified Pilates and the SmartSpine Wellness System. Laura went on to completed her Comprehensive Pilates Training with Balanced Body. She trained with master trainers Jennifer Gianni and Casey Herdt at Fusion Pilates Studio in Asheville, NC. Their innovative work highly influenced her approach to reading bodies in movement and helping people find ease while doing Pilates. Movement training tools that describe Laura’s work are Pilates, gentle core training, fascial stretching, acupressure, resistance training, and somatic skills. Prior to her training in Pilates Laura studied studio art, most notably at the Florence Academy of Art focusing on studying forms from nature, including the figure. When she’s not in the studio she’s likely writing, hiking, or spending time with her husband and dog.