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About Lisa Clark

LISA CLARK, Founder and Director of EmbodiYoga, brings 37 years of study, personal practice, teaching and living yoga to her workshops and teacher trainings. A teacher’s teacher, she approaches asana mindfully, gently, and deeply - helping students to move beyond a formulaic approach to performing yoga to embody yoga in a fully creative, authentic, and life nurturing way. She has spent a lifetime merging enigmatic yogas with current up-to-date somatic experience and exploring how the body-mind expresses itself.

Lisa, is a E-RYT 500 with Yoga Alliancea registered International Somatic Movement Educator and Therapist, and  a certified Teacher/Practitioner of Body Mind Centering. She is one of the leading innovators of the integration of Yoga and Body Mind Centering and has been actively engaged in the training, teaching and development of this form over 30 years. Lisa was Program Director of the European BMC Embodied Anatomy and Yoga Program in Berlin, Germany (2010-2013), and Program Coordinator and Developer with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen for the BMC & Yoga Programs in Amherst, MA from 1999-2004. Lisa has led workshops and advanced training programs internationally at studios throughout the United States, Europe, China, and South America.

Yoga has been Lisa’s passionate love for over 36 years, and she brings a rich lifetime perspective and broad professional understanding of the changing field of yoga. Her driving force is in discovering increased levels of consciousness through lived embodiment and the belief that we experience our lives through the felt sense of the body.

Lisa Clark lives in Pittsburgh ,PA, and is the co-owner and Director of Yoga On The Square. She has a private Yoga Therapy practice, and offers specialized classes, workshops and professional trainings at Yoga On The Square, in Regent Square.

Lisa is professionally affiliated with the following organizations:

The Yoga Alliance E-RYT 500 

ISMETA - International Somatic Movement Education & Therapy Association
Body-Mind Centering Association