About

Laura Cornell, PhD, empowers women to heal body and soul, so they can contribute to healing the planet. She is Founder of Divine Feminine Yoga, where she mentors Yoga teachers, health practitioners, coaches and other conscious professionals worldwide to leverage their talents for greater fulfillment, income, and service.

Laura serves over 10,000 women through online courses and in-person retreats, a year-long mentoring program, and cutting-edge telesummits. She helps new teachers and practitioners increase their confidence and impact, while empowering experienced teachers to reach a wider audience and make a bigger difference in the world.

Previously, as founder of the Green Yoga Association, Laura spurred a national movement towards Green Yoga studios and produced 2 major conferences on religion and ecology. She has been featured in Yoga Journal, Yogi Times, L.A. Yoga, and Common Ground Magazines.

Laura holds a doctorate in Religion and Philosophy from the California Institute of Integral Studies, and is a certified 500 hour yoga teacher and Integrative Yoga Therapist. She has taught at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, the Yoga Philosophy Programs of Loyola Marymount University and the California Institute for Integral Studies, the Integral Yoga Teachers Conference, and the MC Mehta Center and Mahatma Gandhi Peace Center in India.

Laura has extensive experience and training in business planning, niche development, online marketing, sales, copywriting, and coaching to remove fears and blocks. In just 3 years, she has grown her company from scratch to annual revenues exceeding $300,000.

It brings Laura great joy to help other women find and live their soul’s purpose. She believes that now is the time for women to cut through self-doubt and move to a place of clarity and courage, birthing their gifts in a big way while remaining completely true to themselves.

Laura lives with her husband Jim in Walnut Creek, California and is completely inspired by the powerful natural land that surrounds her home.

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