Dallas Yoga Center
4525 Lemmon Ave | Suite 305
Dallas, TX 75219
Two weekends: January 4-6, 2019 & April 26-28, 2019
Pricing per 3 Day Module: $495 – (30 days prior) / $540 After
Homeostasis is a dynamic and shifting state of constant communication and interresponsiveness. The Endocrine, Nervous and Immune Systems play a primary role in shaping and modulating this organism-wide balance. When we clarify the roles of these systems we begin to unravel commonly held assumptions about specific things like sympathetic/parasympathetic, the role of the pituitary gland, or the idea that immune cells are all about defense, as well as bigger ideas about balancing ‘being and doing.’ Exploring homeostasis can help us understand personal and transpersonal states of consciousness, and change how we perceive ourselves in the moment and in the environment.
Lisa Clark, Founder and Director of EmbodiYoga® brings 40 years of study, personal practice, teaching and living yoga to her workshops and teacher trainings. A teacher’s teacher, she has spent a lifetime merging enigmatic yogas with current up-to-date somatic experience and exploring how the body-mind expresses itself. Lisa, E-RYT500 with Yoga Alliance and a registered International Somatic Movement Educator and Therapist, is a certified Teacher/Practitioner of Body-Mind Centering®.
Lisa 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 35 years. She is currently the Program & Education Director of the BMC & Yoga Immersion Series: Foundations In Embodied Anatomy, and was Program Coordinator and Developer with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen for the BMC Yoga Programs in Amherst, MA from 1999-2005. She leads workshops and advanced training programs internationally at studios throughout the United States, Europe, China and South America. She has been a featured teacher at Yoga Journal Conferences, Omega Institute, and Kripalu Center.