0872730361 ~ email@example.com
When we practice
Yoga, we slow down, listen to and feel the body, explore movement with wonder, no expectation, no judgement, just
Learn tools to help relax the mind and
ease the body on and off the mat.
Mon ~ 19:00-20:25
~ YinYang Yoga ~ Douglas Com.School (Jan 28 2019)
~ 19:00-20:25 ~ YinYang Yoga ~ Douglas Com. (Jan 29 2019)
Tue ~ 14:00-15:00 ~ YummiYoga ~ Roseville
House, Mayfield (Jan 15 2019)
~ 19:45-21:00 ~ YinYang yoga ~ Douglas Yoga Rooms (Jan 10, 2019)
Fri ~ 20:00-22:00 ~ Yin Yoga ~ Jan 18 2019 ~ D.Y.R (monthly)
Sat ~ 10:30-11:30 ~ YinYang Yoga ~ Douglas Yoga rooms (Jan 12 2019)
feel free to call or text Lisa 0872730361 with
any questions or concerns, have a greatful day xo
Yum Yoga is for all
Yoga is for everyone. In practice we let go of all else and focus on breath, how we breath, how
to coordinate breath with movement. We learn all about how to move as our bodies are able to move, strengthen, become flexible,
let go and be in joy, at ease, fully present. Yoga brings wonderful benefits to life once you embrace it and journey down
on the mat, delve into the poses, its the best ever, brings us home to the realization that everything we think we need
from outside ourselves, we already have inside every one of us
Yin, a stable,
still, hidden, dark, calm, earthy downward aspect of things. Yang has active, exposed, bright, excited heavenly upward qualities.
The two always coexist.
You are guided on an internal journey.
Relax into an elevated state of ease and stillness where we target the deeper Yin tissue, the fascia,
ligaments and the connective tissue which concentrate in the joints. You will experience a series of held
seated poses (typically 3-5 min), lovingly interwoven with soothing sounds, inspirational themes and aromatherapy. Peels
away all that does not serve.
"I feel like chocolate melting
in the sunshine'
"feels like a massage from the inside out"
Yin Yoga stimulates the meridians (energy channels) bringing balance to the organs. Improves
flexibility, joint mobility. Calms, balances mind/body. Reduces stress, anxiety. Deeply stimulates the fascia
tendons and ligments. Prepares practitioner for meditation.
Yoga strengthens and tones the body. Improves flexibility and circulation. Inclrases stamina. Removes tension
and obstacles in the body, allowing prana, breath to flow.
YinYang Yoag practice - we carry over mindful stillness into more dynamic yoga poses. Really beneficial for those of us who
tend toward competiveness or striving in poses, we learn to trust the process
the chair we practice becoming consciously aware of the physical body, how we move, how we feel, how our bodies are. We
connect, stretch and laugh. This practice is especially beneficial as our bodies mature and if getting down on the floor
is not available to us. We stretch the legs real well with the use of straps, we stimulate flow throughout the entire
body, then we relax into blissful ease of being.
Relieve muscle tension
Increase energy levels
Decrease fatigue, promote deep
Helps us be in our bodies fully
Consciously prevent falls and injury
I teach how to integrate mind and body through breath awareness. Uniting mind and body,
brings us into the present moment, into life in love. How we practice yoga on the mat is how we practice living off it. I
interweave positive, inspirational themes which are uplifting, energizing and earthly kind to our entire existence. Safe guided
journey inward surrendering to what is. I encourage and motivate a consistent practice so as to reap the many benefits:
* Increase strength, flexibility and cardiovascular health
* Cultivate equilibrium and internal peace
* Learn new tools for reducing tension and stress
* Gain mental clarity, focus & balance
* Inhabit your body in a way that will profoundly impact all other areas of your life
Lisa (RYT 200)
Winter 2007, a time of crisis for me, a friend
suggested I come along with her to a Yoga practice in the Yoga Tree studio in San Francisco Castro district.
The instant I entered
this Yoga studio, I felt ease, just being there! This was the first step in an amazing truthful journey on and off my mat.
I delved in with great curiosity and discovered many different styles and teachers. I fell in love!
When I took ‘teacher training’
with Linda Mcgarth at her Yoga Source studios in Los Gatos California, I did this to find out why/how this practice was making
me feel so great. It was so clear to me from what Linda told us that I wanted to live yoga, not just have it as a physical
practice. I immersed in the discovery of the eight limbs of yoga and still, each and every day, I’m learning and
growing the way I want to be. Life does not get easier with Yoga, it gets better! Much much better!
200 hr Yoga Source Teacher Training in Los Gatos California, recognized by and registered with Yoga Alliance Internationally.
Jan 2009 - insight yoga Intensive training with Sarah Powers at Deer Run
Zendo in Corte Madera, Marin, California
Spring 2011 - Essence Qigong training
with Eileen Murray in Carraigline, Cork Ireland
Summer 2011 - Neurobiology
of Excellence with Rod Briggs at Lissarda W. Cork
Aug 2011 - Basic course
in Authentic Traditional Thai Yoga Massage with Sunshine House, consisting of 70 hours practice at An Sanctoir Ballydehob,
Cork. Accredited by the international society for Thai massage
Spring - 2012
- Body Talk Access Training with Lesley McIntyre, recognized by I.B.A. Gloval Healing
- 2013 - 30 hour program Yin Yoga Teacher Training under the guidance of Joshua Summers
2016 - Successfully completed Cardiac First Response Community Level, Pre Hospital Emergency Care Council with Colette
Moynihan All First Aid - Expires 2018