The simple, 15-minute daily foam roller workout to transform your body and revitalise your mind from the world's go-to foam roller expert
Named one of Shape Magazine's 50 American hottest trainers in 2014, Lauren Roxburgh is certified in the fields of structural integration, Pilates, yoga, massage, meditation and nutrition. She has an A-list client base in Los Angeles and New York, including some of the world's best orthopedic surgeons. A regular contributor to Goop.com and on the Advisory Board of Yahoo Health, she is the go-to writer and expert for all things fascia and foam rolling. For more information about Lauren Roxburgh visit http-//www.laurenroxburgh.com.
Lauren's method sculpts the body's soft tissues, slimming and
streamlining whatever part you work. She's a body whisperer! *
Lauren is truly a physical and spiritual miracle worker. Her foam roller method transforms you inside and out ... This book is sure to become the body bible for anyone who wants to live a healthy, fit and balanced life. * Melissa Rauch, actress, The Big Bang Theory, True Blood *
Lauren's treatments are life changing! * Michele Promaulayko, Editor-In-Chief, Yahoo! Health *
My body felt stronger, more relaxed, connected and balanced after working with Lauren. I would highly recommend her foam rolling method to anyone wanting the most out of their body. As an orthopaedic surgeon, I have to say Lauren's knowledge of anatomy, fascia, biomechanics and physiology is superb. -- Dr Bert Mandelbaum, Orthopaedic Surgeon * Santa Monica Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Group, and Sports Medical Committee and Olympic Medical Officer for the Sydney 2000, Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008 and London 2012 games *
Lauren was the missing piece to get back to my pre-baby body: I had exercise and diet totally keyed in, but couldn't diminish the "thickness" through my middle, or a lingering heaviness in my upper legs. Lauren is a magician and deftly melted it away over the course of a single session. I watched as she moved my midsection like putty and brought back an hourglass curve, something I'd resigned myself to never see again. And the resurrections seem to be here to stay. Every night now I lie on a roller to release the tension of the day: it restores my back after hunching over a laptop all day and has greatly diminished my recurring upper back pain. Lauren is the real deal. * Elise Loehnan, Editorial Director, GOOP *