Meridian Infused Yoga Workshop
Benefits of working with the meridians through yoga and acupuncture:
- Helpful with Insomnia and Anxierty
- Adrenal Fatigue
- Fertility Issues
- Boosts the Immune system
- Low back issues including Sciatica & Sacroiliac pain
With Lisa Greene R. AC, RYT
Join Lisa Greene in this workshop to learn about the meridians of Traditional Chinese Medicine and explore yoga postures that can help release and engage the Meridians within our body. Each Meridian belongs to a specific organ, function, season, pathway and emotion. We can learn the subtleties of these systems to align with the seasons, strengthen our immunity and to inform our yoga practice. The focus during this workshop will be the Kidney Meridian which belongs to the energy of Winter. The yoga postures and sequence will stimulate the Kidney Meridian and work to balance and remove stagnation. To help students experience the flow of energy in the meridians Lisa will administer optional acupuncture needles during relaxation pose for all to receive the culminate healing benefits of the workshop in their body, mind, nervous system, and energetic body. A truly healing combination of unique modalities to rejuvenate and revitalize. Limited space and
pre-registration is required.
Saturday January 20
2:00 - 4:00pm
Lisa has her Chinese Medical degree and has her own acupuncture practice. Her understanding of the body mechanics and how it works gives her the insight to guide her practice in a safe and compassionate way. She often gives her patients gentle yoga instruction and guidance to help them through any health crisis. She believes that yoga is the gift you give yourself to empower you to be the best version of yourself. She has two 200 certifications, completing her most recent certification in Bali to become immersed in the practice and the lifestyle. She has developed her own Meridian infusion yoga which complements the best of yoga poses with the meridian system to allow each student to become aware of where they are holding energy patterns that do not serve them. In turn, this liberates negative patterns that are holding us back from our true authentic selves. Lisa celebrates her life with her husband of 30+ years and her three daughters who spent many years dancing competitively (as does she) and used her knowledge to help them through pain and injuries that any competitive sport presents itself with. She welcomes students to her practice and promises they will learn tools and techniques to empower their own growth, wherever they may be.