Lisa has been practicing yoga since her mid-20s, enjoying and training in many different styles. She teaches scaravelli inspired yoga, astanga and restorative classes, but the majority of her teaching is in an eclectic style which explores many aspects of yoga.
She is registered with Yoga Alliance UK and teaches full-time classes and workshops in the Suffolk area at various centres and venues, including her studio at home.
Lisa’s approach is lighthearted and sensitive, encouraging attention to form and integration of breath to create a quiet, calm and focused practice that will include and engage all attending. Her classes are suitable for all levels of experience and will encourage better awareness of movement, breath, alignment and deep relaxation.
Lisa believes that both the practice and the sharing of Yoga is a pleasure.
“The most important things to me are to remain inspired and to continue to evolve in my own practice and my teaching.”
Yoga sessions are taught in a progressive style gradually deepening understanding and awareness throughout the week.
Each morning we begin with grounding work before developing the practice in a more challenging way.
The afternoon yoga may be more exploratory, looking at techniques and different aspects of yoga.
Classes will help you to develop a sense of balance, clarity and practicality.