Yoga

Welcome to Lisa Horvath Yoga.

I began my yoga practice during college to fulfill a needed credit and compliment my long distance running. Little did I know that over the next 10 years it would become one of my greatest teachers and lifelong passions. In 2011, I completed my 200-hour teacher training through Yoga Tree in San Francisco. After graduating from teacher training I taught and subbed in San Francisco. I also had the honor of assisting my mentor and friend Debbie Steingesser in her vinyasa classes until moving to Boston in August.

I primarily teach vinyasa flow classes which focus on alignment and the emphasis of linking each movement with breath. I also offer hands on assists in my classes, to help correct common alignment mistakes and further deepen your practice. My classes aim to balance strength with playfulness, exertion with mindfulness and cultivate a greater sense of awareness. As my own practice progresses, I continue to be amazed at how the athletic side of the practice can also be the catalyst for softening, opening and rejuvenation on and off the mat.

I am also a contributor to MindBodyGreen where I write about yoga. Here are some samples of my writing.

The Side Effects of Yoga

Five Things Yoga Has Taught Me About Change

Five Way to Get What You Want Out of Life

Yoga Loss and the Holiday Spirit

How I Got Out of My Yoga Rut

I am also always looking for health and wellness writing opportunities.

Thanks for reading.

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