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Class Summary

Date:12th May 2012
Time:9:30 am
Duration:60 minutes
Class type:Warm and Relaxing Stretch
Class description:A healing practice done in a mildly heated room. This class focuses on opening the body and soothing the mind through gentle poses and the use of props. Students will experience more seated and supine postures and some longer asana holds. Some pranayama, chanting and meditation may be included. Suitable for anyone looking to stretch their bodies with moderate physical effort.
Class level: Gentle


Lisa discovered her passion for yoga when she was studying in Hawaii. She returned to Hong Kong in late 2001 and continued practising yoga at Pure shortly after they first opened. In summer 2006, she took her first yoga teacher training with Patrick Creelman at Pure Yoga. She then continued her studies with Ana Forrest, creator of Forrest Yoga, graduating from Forrest Yoga Foundation Teacher Training in 2007 and Advanced Teacher Training in 2009. She is currently an associate Forrest Yoga teacher.

Yoga has given Lisa tremendous benefits and experiences in her life both physically and mentally. She realised that yoga brought her vital energy and made her feel healthy and peaceful, which she believes are the foundation for a happy and joyful life. She also learned to better understand her body through regular asana practice, pranayama and meditation. She is eager to pass on these benefits, share her experiences with others, help more people gain from this ancient knowledge and do her part in "Mending the Hoop of the People" (Forrest Yoga).

Lisa's personal mantra is "BE HUMBLE, BE TRUTHFUL, LEARN AND GROW". For anyone who wants to reap the full benefits of yoga, she shares the key principles learned from her respectful teachers - have a good attitude and a compassionate heart. She believes that teaching yoga is not just guiding her students through sequences. It is a continuous process of growing and evolving together with them.

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