For over 10 years Lisa has worked as a Manual Therapist using her experience as a Sports, Remedial & Therapeutic Massage therapist to integrate different forms of manual therapy- including Chi Nei Tsung Abdominal Massage- which creates her unique approach and practice.
Lisa qualified as a yoga teacher through Teach Yoga eight years ago and since then has had the pleasure of teaching in the performance area at Martial Arts Academy’s from World Class BJJ Athletes to the GB fencing team on their way to a successful 2016 Olympic Games in Rio and the GB Rugby Sevens team in Twickenham.
Lisa’s journey includes performance coaching and personal training whilst completing a BSC in Strength & Conditioning and it also was whilst at university that she began to compete in Olympic Weightlifting. Over the years Lisa has successfully competed in Strongwoman at English and British levels and has these accomplishments to her name:
- London’s Strongest Woman Gold 2015 and Bronze 2017
- Podium spots for
- England’s Strongest Woman 2015,2016,2017
- Britain’s Strongest Woman 2015 and 2016
- England’s and Britain’s Strongest Woman 2018 for the BSNF Natural Strongwoman Federation.
Lisa has travelled extensively and taught yoga, strength & conditioning classes, and freediving in Bali and Indonesia. She continues to teach yoga with an emphasis on exploring and understanding the body/movement and posture, encouraging students to understand the process of the practice and movement rather than a focusing on the ‘end’ pose which may not be accessible to them at that time.