Lisa has been practicing yoga for over 10 years on and off but more seriously in the past 7 years upon realizing what a valuable tool yoga is for releasing CPTSD and ongoing stress and trauma from the body through movement, breath, and connection. In 2020 because of a desire to learn more, she attended 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training through Spirit Bear Yoga, in Waco.
Lisa brings her personal life experience of raising and advocating for a son with disability. She believes that regardless of size, age, and ability that all bodies are able to participate and benefit from yoga in their own unique way. She is especially drawn to care givers and their loved ones. A regulated and nourished caregiver can support their loved ones with ease and abundance.
Lisa incorporates asanas, pranayama and meditation with breath awareness and subtle gross anatomical guidance to draw the student into the inner experience of yoga and the self. Her approach uses yoga as a vital, powerful, and compassionate component in supporting the body, mind, heart and soul.