Lisa Hebert

Integrated Teacher Trainer
Roll Model Method Practitioner
Ottawa, ON, Canada
YTU Training Type: 
Hips Immersion
Shoulders Immersion
Core Integration Immersion
Yoga Tune Up® Certification Training
Breath and Bliss Immersion
Integrated Embodied Anatomy Training
Lisa is an Integrated Yoga Tune Up® Teacher Trainer, offering the YTU Certification, Breath & Bliss Immersion, Core Immersion, Hips Immersion,  Science of Rolling and Ball Sequencing & Innovation. 

A passionate, lifelong student of the body, Lisa has studied extensively in many forms of dance, yoga and strength training. 
She has most recently become a certified Personal Trainer and is passionately adding weights, gymnastic principles and loaded movement to her own paractice as well as helping her one-on-one clients and group classes. 

She turned to yoga after a debilitating car accident that left her in chronic pain. Combining movement, breath and mindfulness began the journey to recovery, and led her to over a decade of yoga certification trainings, workshops and deep personal learning. She thrives on the challenge of tailoring movements and classes to meet her students’ needs and compassionately bring them into a deeper relationship with their own bodies. 

Lisa’s professional Contemporary dance life saw her training and working across Canada, with ventures in the US and Mexico.
She now teaches Yoga, Yoga Tune Up® and Strength & Mobilty to aspiring professional dancers in a private college for the Professional Contemporary and Ballet divisions of The School of Dance in Ottawa, Canada.
Twleve years of teaching yoga and over 25 years in dance training and professional performance give her a unique relationship to the body, and her classes draw deeply on her many movement experiences. She encourages a sense of exploration of the possibilities within each of our own unique body experiences.

She co-leads a 200-hour (Yoga Alliance)  Movement Evolution Yoga Teacher Training: an exciting movement modality blending tradition with informed biomechanical principles, expressive movement and drawing out the personal potential in each aspiring student-teacher. 

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