Wendy McLaughlin has been teaching yoga since 1999 and has been leading gentle and restorative classes at Yoga Toes since 2005. Her personal practice was born when yoga helped her recover from severe back pain as a teenager. Since then her approach has changed from an early emphasis on earthiness and structure to a more etheric emphasis on the body’s subtle energies. A longtime yoga teacher, Wendy has also engaged in several fields of professional work including as a documentary filmmaker, associate director of Marin Organic, grant-writer for arts organizations, and middle school science teacher. Students have called Wendy a healer, a master teacher, and even a witch – her favorite. Her classes are gentle, deep and might be just what the doctor ordered.

Wendy McLaughlin has been teaching yoga since 1999 and has been leading gentle and restorative classes at Yoga Toes since 2005. Her personal practice was born when yoga helped her recover from severe back pain as a teenager. Since then her approach has changed from an early emphasis on earthiness and structure to a more etheric emphasis on the body’s subtle energies.

A longtime yoga teacher, Wendy has also engaged in several fields of professional work including as a documentary filmmaker, associate director of Marin Organic, grant-writer for arts organizations, and middle school science teacher.

Students have called Wendy a healer, a master teacher, and even a witch – her favorite. Her classes are gentle, deep and might be just what the doctor ordered.