Lisa has spent her professional life watching high level performers work.

Even at the peak of their careers she has never heard someone say "I can't get any better."

She has honed the craft of reading body language.

 Whether it is a faulty step due to poor mechanics, injury in another body part, or a compensatory pattern, Lisa gets to the root of the underlying issue.

"To separate the technical from the expressive...
is like separating the body from the soul." Daniel  Baronboim

More times than not, this digging for the root involves uncovering not only physical limitations but also psycho-emotional wounds. Trauma. Stress. It all shows up in the body and presents with a language of its own.

"Being well and a well being includes having a sense of well-being...and so much more."  Lisa 

This body language presents itself and can be translated via four major lenses. As Lisa assists in uncovering the fabric of your past, the mending of healing begins.

Inquiry + Breath + Movement + Bodywork

Although each of these is often viewed and treated separately, Lisa understands the beauty of the parts and knows the fullness of your story is only uncovered when they are witnessed together. In relation to the other. In relationship with others.

Moving as a well being involves active participation. Some is work. Some is play. All of it involves a balance of the two.

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Lisa has always taken a multi-disciplinary approach
to helping people function better. 

As owner of LIFT Performance Enhancement for 30+ years, clients find her for her training and skills and know her by many names...

  • Athletic Trainer
  • Strength and Conditioning Specialist
  • Massage Therapist + Bodyworker
  • Somatic Movement Therapist
  • Compassionate Inquiry practitioner
  • Corrective Exercise Specialist
  • Breathworker
  • Yoga Therapist and Teacher
  • Health & Wellness Coach
  • Sound Healer
  • Body Restorative Therapist
  • Anatomy and Physiology Teacher
  • Physical Trainer
  • Sports Coach

She tends to simplify, continuing to fill the gaps that others miss,
and refer to herself simply as Health and Well Being Educator.