Soma Yoga, (Soma meaning ‘Living body’ or short for Somatic which means ‘experiencing the body from within’) helps us get in touch with a deeper dimension of our body – inside! Using developmental movement and universal patterns such as naval radiation and gravity, we learn and remember bodily movement patterns that help the yoga poses unfold from the inside out, rather than outside in! Moving from our heads and into our bodies. Hanging out in one’s body is a beautiful thing to learn. We often distract ourselves at the expense of learning how to just “be”. Soma Yoga is deep, gentle, intuitive yoga, suitable for all.
Lisa’s love of yoga began nearly a decade ago, she was immediately fascinated by with the interplay between mind and body both on and off the mat. She was drawn to teach 3 years ago undertaking her first teacher training in 2008 and has subsequently studied around the world with various teachers including Angela Farmer, Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen, Eric Stewart and Jo Thytherleigh, but would name her main inspiration and teacher as Donna Farhi. Lisa was blessed to complete the advanced teacher training with Donna in New Zealand in 2010. Inviting people to explore patterns in the mindbody with curiosity and wonder, her classes are infused with anatomy, poetry, sharing of universal movement patterns and humour. Lisa teaches both Hatha and Restorative Yoga in and around Brighton with passion and love.
Timings from 14th Jan 2013:
- Tuesday Soma Yoga, Studio 2, 13:30 – 14:30
- Wednesday Soma Yoga Studio 1, 18:00 – 19:15
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