Lisa is a one of Living Yoga & Health’s original teachers. She ran and co-directed the studio with Jayelle Lindsay for over 15 years and has helped to make it the warm and vibrant place it is. Lisa brings decades of experience to her teaching. With a background in Early Childhood Education she helps students access their youthfulness and innate sense of movement and breath. Lisa is certified through the Kripalu Centre, Esther Myers Studio and a recent graduate of Chakra teacher training through Sacred Centers in California. A recent sabbatical took her to India where she immersed herself in the traditional teachings of yoga. With depth of wisdom and a lighthearted approach, Lisa’s classes are insightful, playful, and accessible to all ages and abilities.
Lisa's classes at Arrive
Morning Practice Monday 10am – 11am, and Friday 9:30am- 10:30am
Start your day with a Morning Practice to get grounded and open your heart. Find strength and stability to face your day with confidence. Awaken the mind to bring lightness and compassion to yourself and to those we meet as move through the day.
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Monthly Restorative Yoga with Lisa
Rest and relaxation have a deep rejuvenating power and are needed now more than ever. By using props to support the body, the poses can be held for longer periods, allowing the awareness and breath to move deeply inside. As the body progressively relaxes, there is an opportunity for layers of stress and tension to melt away and healing and renewal to take place. For our online classes please have on hand a bolster (or 2 large cushions), 2 blankets, a yoga strap or scarf, a small hand towel, and option for an eye pillow, mask, or eye covering.
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Outdoor Classes with Lisa this Summer!
Weather permitting, you can find Lisa at St. George’s Park, Wednesdays at 5:30pm – 6:30pm.
When Lisa is away, you can join Katie at the same park, same time (although Katie’s class ends at 6:45pm, cost = $10).
Bring a mat and a blanket.
Cost: By donation.