After nearly a decade of practice, Lisa discovered a new awareness of how yoga had opened not just her body but her mind. She felt the call to teach yoga in order to share the physical and spiritual growth she is continually seeking through yoga and meditation. Balance, flexibility, strength of mind and body: we need all of these attributes even more as we grow older. Yoga keeps you happy and young at heart!
Lisa enjoys practicing Fluid Vinyasa, Bikram/Hatha, Yoga Nidra and Yin forms of yoga and is always looking for a new challenge. She especially loves opportunities to blend yoga and nature by practicing outdoors. She finds that while the asanas are the same, it is you who is different each day, and that is what makes yoga a continuing quest. She feels gratitude to be sharing her practice with students.
Lisa received her 200-hour RYT Fluid Yoga certification with Kevan Gale, and she also trained in Yin Yoga at East Meets West. She is the USA Yoga Federation 2016 Senior Women’s Virginia and Mid-Atlantic Region Asana Champion.
"The yogi feels the lack of nothing and so (s)he is naturally content." ~B.K.S. Iyengar