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Hi, I’m Lisa.
I help driven women relax into their greatness with mind and body shifts that create sustainable happiness.
I help organizations make shifts that recharge their culture and improve the bottom line — healthier, happier employees and increased efficiency.
My work has helped both leaders and followers come back to their center so they can be more productive, more proactive and more profitable.
I believe a deep exhale can change everything.
I know what it’s like to live in a situation where everyone is pulling at you. Colleagues, clients, kids. And how impossible it can feel — selfish, even — to get away for a yoga class, or a walk, or some quiet time.
As a mom of six kiddos, I keep coming back to this question: Where is your exhale? How do you breathe through life? And if you don’t, how can you start?
So much is coming at us; we inhale criticism, grief, and anger. It’s easy to hold these emotions inside, making you feel heavy. It can weigh on you like 20 extra pounds. It becomes harder to be creative, loving, happy you.
Vibrant. Powerful. Luxurious.
I believe you can reboot and revitalize without angst, anxiety or doing something drastic. That you can learn, or re-learn, how to have fun and have your own back. Explore playfulness and moving forward in a way that is not only true to who you are, but that makes you pulse with excitement about life.
I’m interested in helping you transform your team, make your business blissful, and lead with love.
So, tell me. What junk do you need to release to make way for liberation, love and limitless possibility? Want to get to know how to get to your feel good? Take a deep breath, soften the muscles in your forehead, relax your shoulders…and let’s get started.
Bill Murray says it well“The more relaxed you are, the better you are at everything, the better you are with your loved ones, the better you are with enemies, the better you are at your job, the better you are with yourself.”
Africa Yoga Project’s mission to elevate individuals and empower communities is creating a positive ripple effect throughout Africa and the world.
AYP serves diverse, vulnerable populations in schools, jails and orphanages. The majority of the populations we serve live off less than $1 to $2 a day. Location yoga classes are free — in youth groups (football, girl’s empowerment, arts), schools, orphanages, hospitals, jails, detention centers, special needs schools, (deaf, blind and autistic), HIV/AIDS support groups, rural Masai villages and many more. Most of AYP’s trained teachers are East Africans aged 18-35 from under-developed areas in Kenya.
I’m committed to raising $10,000 to directly support the work being done in Kenya through AYP. I’m almost a third of the way there…will you be a part of my campaign?