Lisa grew up with a lot of activity in her life – swimming, gymnastics, ballet, and tennis. These early experiences helped her develop a love of movement. She discovered a passion for yoga in the early 2000s and completed a 200-hour yoga teacher training course in 2006. A few years later, just after the birth of her 3rd child, Lisa began experiencing a lot of issues with her lower back. After about a year and a half of enduring periodic episodes of debilitating back pain and the accompanying emotional distress, she was determined to rehabilitate herself. Her physical therapist recommended Pilates, and Lisa decided to give it a try. Within just a few sessions, Lisa noticed greater core strength, stability, and mobility. She was hooked. She continued practicing Pilates, and her back problems were no longer an issue. Lisa was so inspired to share Pilates with others that she enrolled in the BASI Comprehensive Teacher Training Course and became a certified Pilates instructor. Lisa’s classes combine a sense of playfulness with attention to detail, guaranteed to strengthen, lengthen and awaken mind, body and spirit.