Lisa teaches vinyasa yoga. Vinyasa is the synchronization of breath with movement, generally taught as one breath, one movement. Lisa aims for her classes to be vigorous, fun, playful, and challenging, filled with modifications and variations to help her students tailor their practice to their needs. She encourages her students to listen to their bodies and find their edge each time they come to the mat. Lisa teaches classes for yogis of all levels - newbies to advanced.
Auntie to two adorable little boys and a beautiful little girl. Sister. Friend. Yogini. Yoga teacher. Accountant. Knitter. Amateur photographer. Very amateur golfer.
Last night marked the 17th meeting of the Tranquil Space Arlington Book Group. We’ve met 4 to 6 times a year since October 2011 and have had some incredible discussions. In light of forthcoming 18th meeting (November 16, 2014) and 3 year anniversary in early fall, here’s the list of everything we’ve read and discussed so […]
Looking for a way to awaken the creativity that lies within you? Then join me on Saturday, August 23, 5-6:30 PM at Tranquil Space Arlington for a Creative Awakening. “Yoga opens up the flow of creativity, the unfurling of the creator within.” Creative Awakening can help you tap into the creative energy centers within you—the second […]
A couple weeks ago, I posted about yoga knee socks/leg warmers that I was making my friend Christine. After finishing hers and absolutely loving them, I decided that I needed a pair and made them for myself. I made mine in a gray/purple and I absolutely love them. I used a diamond lace pattern that I […]
This month has been incredibly busy, but I haven’t been at a loss for knitting projects. I’ve spent a lot of time knitting. The month kicked off with a knitting get together during the opening ceremonies of the 2012 summer Olympic games, where I started the colorful triangle shawl to the left. My friend Eve […]
About two months ago, I decided it was time for me to get my golf clubs out of my apartment and start using them again. A little history… I got my first set of golf clubs back in 2003 from my dad after talking for a while about how I wanted to learn how to […]
I’ve been quite busy with my sticks since I last posted. Knitting has been a productive and relaxing distraction from lots of things that I need to get done. I’m branching out in what I’m making, as I start to use my rather large yarn stash and begin to plan for holiday gift-making. […]
As I mentioned a couple weeks ago, I’m back to enjoying breakfast smoothies. Thanks to my weekly fruit deliveries, I’ve had a refrigerator filled with fruit goodness that I won’t allow to go to waste, so I’ve been playing with new combinations and enjoying some classic ones. Here are some of my latest smoothie recipes. […]
Now that one big project is done and successfully mailed, I have been having fun with some small projects, before I get back to work on the two other big projects that I have in process. With a visit to meet my friend Liz’s 3 month-old daughter on the horizon, I decided I would make […]
I know, it has been just about forever since I last posted to my blog and although it’s not an excuse, I have been busy with life, work, and yoga, and booting up my laptop when I get home has been one of the furthest thoughts from my mind. Although it wasn’t all documented, June […]
The month of June was a crazy month and my blog posting was “stunted” by lots of other things going on, including creative playtime. Some of that creative playtime has been spent finishing my niece’s baby blanket. It was an in process piece for a long time, and am proud to be able to say, […]