Central to my approach to teaching is an acceptance of where each student is with their own practice so that they move and breath sensitively and without struggle. I am influenced by my own Yoga teachers (Mary Stewart, Monica Voss, Chloe Fremantle, Peter Blackaby, amongst others) and by the experience of teaching my students. I am also influenced by other movement disciplines, most notably the Feldenkrais Method, and I am currently a fourth year student on the four year London Feldenkrais training programme.

All these influences inform my understanding, as do the principles of Mindfulness Meditation, a practice that I first began to explore in 2014.

Lisas Approach

My personal practice nurtures me, enriches my life, and gives me the possibility of responding to challenges from a more reflective place. These are some of the wider benefits  that I endeavour to share with my students when I teach.

I am a British Wheel of Yoga Teacher Member and I am insured to teach through them. I am also a student teacher member of the Feldenkrais Guild UK. As such I teach yoga classesFeldenkrais Awareness Through Movement lessons and Yoga and Feldenkrais workshops.

Lisas YogaMost of my regular adult teaching takes place in Brighton and the surrounding area but I also teach day workshops and weekends nationally and I am Co-Director of the British Wheel of Yoga accredited London Yoga Teacher Training Course .




2018: completed the London Feldenkrais Training years 1, 2 and 3; authorised to teach Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement lessons; currently enrolled in the fourth year of the four year programme

2011:  completed  the London Yoga Teacher Training Group (LYTTG) ‘Assistant Teacher Training Programme’, Levels 1 and 2.

2005, completed British Wheel of Yoga accreditation

1996 – 1997, 2 year Yoga Teacher Training course led by Mary Stewart and Sophy Hoare

1993  1994, MA Communication in Computing

1988 – 1991, BA English Literature, University of Sussex