"Dance like nobody's watching" Mark Twain

Movement is necessary for everyone.

Our bodies are designed to move...to carry us from place to place, to work, to play, to dance. Regardless of your "shape" being well will always include moving well.

"Don't put fitness on top of dysfunction." 

If you desire to move better, you have to be taught to move.

Better.

In teaching intricate movement patterns we evaluate and train by way of neurology (neuromuscular control) and fascial arrangement (how we are "strung together"). We call this work "neuromuscular re-education" in the world of orthopedics, "corrective exercise" post rehabilitation, "training" in sport, and sound "exercise" for fitness.

Lisa also uses movement during somatic bodywork to process memories, wounds, trauma, and habits that have limited mobility.

Of course, Lisa loves a good game and is prone to "go outside and play."

Move with Lisa

"Our very habit of treating the body as a machine...forces its poetry underground, so that we experience the body as an instrument and see its poetics only in illness. When we relate to our bodies as having a soul, we attend to their beauty, their poetry, and their expressiveness." Thomas Moore, Care of the Soul