Breathe. It’s fundamental to life, intrinsic to yoga, and forms the cornerstone of transformative practices that cultivate resilience and flow.
Nearly thirty years ago, Pam discovered the comprehensive benefits of yoga and qualified to teach in 2000 to share this art and science. She now also teaches Shadow-style hatha yoga. Shadow yoga draws one’s attention to the internal landscape, which guides the physical shape of the asana, which progressively builds strength, flexibility, balance and resilience.
When Emily started the Yoga & Sleep retreats at Lisnavagh in 2010, Pam developed the yoga programme to provide participants with a well-rounded yoga experience that gave some physical challenge, yet allowed time for stillness, headspace, and deep relaxation. Many have succeeded in using relaxation techniques learned here to restore and recharge themselves in their daily lives.
Lisa brings curiosity, heart and 12 years of experience to her teaching. She enjoys facilitating the immersion process and offer tools to assist in the creation of an easeful life where there is space to slow down and reflect. Lisa’s teaching is a blend of classical Hatha, Iyengar and Vinyasa, and is influenced by Ayurvedic principles and contemporary practices like HIIT and strength training.
Classes are sequenced to engage students fully, in a challenging, compassionate and mindful way. Qualifications: Senior teacher, Yoga Alliance accredited EYT 500hr., Initial 300hr qualification from The Yoga Room Dublin, graduated in 2014. Post graduate diploma completed over a two-year period with Triyoga London, qualified in 2018. Yoga Therapy Diploma & Certificate in Yoga for Sport (YTI).