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5 5 5 5 5
Bessemer City, NC
Dec 5, 2019

Gao was great! I love how she gets creative with modifications to move muscles you didn’t think you had.

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Lisa

Lisa graduated from PA School of Muscle Therapy in 2006.  She trained extensively under John Barnes and John Upledger and obtained a faculty position at the Myofascial Release Treatment Center in PA.  Lisa is captivated by the body’s own ability to heal.  It is her belief that the body contains all the inherent wisdom to live and create the life we desire through functional movement and stillness.  Her yoga practice led her to understand this connection.  In 2009, she trained under Ed Zadlow and Shiva Das in Philadelphia gaining a 200 hour yoga certification.  She further continued her studies in Ayurveda under David Frawley and Ed Zadlow.  Combining the two modalities of bodywork and yoga, Lisa created a 200 Yoga Teacher Training program aimed towards safe practice, Anatomy, physiology, Ayurveda, and ancient philosophy.  She has trained and certified many aspiring instructors and yogis.  Lisa offers a unique approach within the realm of yoga, understanding that we all experience life differently.  It is her goal to share her love of body, mind, spirit as she listens intently to the path she currently treads.  

 


Monday
5:15
 
6:15
AM Yin + Flow
9:15
 
10:15
AM EmPower
Tuesday
5:15
 
6:15
PM Gentle Restore
6:30
 
7:30
PM Yoga Fundamentals
Wednesday
6:05
 
6:25
PM Meditation
6:30
 
7:30
PM EmPower
Friday
5:15
 
6:15
AM Yin + Flow
12:15
 
1:15
PM Deep Stretch
7:15
 
9:15
PM 200hr Yoga Teacher Training
7:30
 
9:00
PM Partner Yoga with Sandy & Lisa
Saturday
12:30
 
6:30
AM Injury Awareness & Prevention
10:00
 
11:00
AM Deep Stretch
Sunday
9:15
 
11:45
AM Summer Solstice: 108 Surya Namaskara
9:15
 
10:15
AM Flow
10:30
 
4:30
PM Movement Theory Workshop
12:30
 
4:30
PM Yin Yoga and the Fascial Component

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Featured review

Featured review
5 5 5 5 5
Bessemer City, NC
Dec 5, 2019

Gao was great! I love how she gets creative with modifications to move muscles you didn’t think you had.