Standing Strong Workshop with Lisa Kearny, E-RYT 200

Have you ever wanted a opportunity to fine-tune your understanding of and alignment for standing poses? Then we have just the event for you!

4yoga is excited to welcome Lisa Kearny to host a workshop on standing poses on Sat., June 15, noon–2:30 p.m. The investment for this workshop is $30.

Read more about both the workshop content itself and Lisa’s experience and training below. Then contact Lisa directly to register: you can reach her via email ( or phone (908-377-8137).

Workshop description:

Come explore the strengthening qualities of fundamental standing yoga poses from an Iyengar perspective.

Learn how to support each pose through emphasis on alignment to protect the joints and lower back. Once provided with the basic foundations of postures to prevent injury, you can take your yoga practice beyond and utilize these techniques in any type of yoga class.

This is a great workshop for beginners or if you are looking to refine your practice. Learn to move with intention and consciousness to connect and open the body. Continuing education hours are available.

Lisa’s bio:

Lisa Kearny is an Occupational Therapist and yoga teacher with over 10 years of experience. She completed her 200-hour training in New York City and 90 hours of Iyengar teacher training in Nashville.

Lisa studied restorative yoga with Judith Lasater and earned her Occupational Therapy degree at Columbia University. She currently works as an OT in subacute rehabilitation and teaches private and group classes in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

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1 Response to Standing Strong Workshop with Lisa Kearny, E-RYT 200

  1. Pingback: June (2019) pose of the month and class schedule | 4yoga

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