Yoga does not just change the way we see things. It transforms the person who sees.

B. K. S. Iyengar

Yoga is taking care of the ‘whole self’.

Alisa started practicing yoga in 2014 to help increase strength and mobility to cope with a hip disorder diagnosed in her teens. After experiencing the combined physical, mental and spiritual benefits of yoga during her first pregnancy, she then leaned on her yoga practice and yoga philosophy to survive postnatal depression. This experience inspired her to share yoga with others as a ‘whole self’ self-care practice, particularly with parents, and she completed her 200-hour yoga teaching certification in 2021.

Alisa has also completed training in restorative yoga and is now progressing with yin and pre/postnatal yoga teacher training. She offers a welcoming and safe space for yoga practice, and a nourishing experience that empowers and inspires.