Laura's Anti-Gravity Yoga flys high on ITV
DROGHEDA HAS been hitting the national airwaves in the past week, but one of its adopted daughters made a starring appearance on ITV'S Daybreak on Monday morning.
As one of only five masters in the world of the amazing new phenomenon of Anti- Gravity Yoga, Laura Armada Buch was showing the Great British public how this tricky form of aeriel yoga is done in a live television demonstration.
She was joined by instructor Vanessa Mcgowan, who teamed up with Laura to teach presenter Gavin Ramjaun some of the amazing moves.
'We had to get up at 4am to start the class, and I'm back in Drogheda this evening giving two classes, so I'm a little bit tired,' said Laura speaking to the the Drogheda Independent on Monday night. ' The presenter was very good and we've had lots of enquiries about the classes in the UK and Ireland because of it, so it was worth the effort!'
This isn't the first time the Labfitness girls have hit the small screens, as they appeared on E4's Made in Chelsea a couple of weeks ago.
The exercise involves doing yoga positions while sitting in a hammock suspended from the ceiling.
Laura and Vanessa currently teach over 40 classes a week at Labfitness in Drogheda and Dublin and started giving classes in the UK a month ago.
Always on the lookout for the next big thing, Laura discovered Anti- Gravity in 2008 when she travelled to New York in search of new trends to add to the ever expanding Labfitness timetable and just a short time later, she was offered the master license for Ireland and the UK.