Lisa Clark

Grateful Yoga , 1108 Davis St, Evanston, IL 60201

Date and Time

July 28, 2019

12:30 - 6:30 




The first year of life is crucial in the development of a child, and the adult the child will eventually become. During this time, an infant is forming the patterns of movement, perception, and organization of information on which it will build its relationships to itself, others and the world. Facilitating development during this time can greatly enhance a child’s physical, emotional and intellectual abilities.

This workshop will explore essential principles of a baby’s movement and perceptual development, focusing on the first 12 months of development with special focus on topics particular to newborns through 7 months of age. The workshop will integrate:

  • Time with babies and their caregivers. We will learn ways to observe,  appreciate, and support the child’s growing movement, skills & development.
  • Workshop participants will explore specific development ages and skills.

Newborns - 3 Months 

12:30-1:15    Observation & Facilitation

1:30-2:45      Exploration of Developmental Skills


4- 7.5 Months

4:15-5:00     Observation & Facilitation

5:15-6:30     Exploration of Developmental Skills


“The greatest gifts we can give a child are a sense of physical and emotional well-being, a sense of comfort and bonding, the joy of being, curiosity, confidence, the ability to relate to others, and organizational and problem-solving skills”  - Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen

Infant Developmental Movement Education is based on principles of Body-Mind Centering®. Valuing process over milestones and respecting each child’s timing as their whole self develops. For more information on Body Mind Centering®

Intructor's Bio

Lisa Clark is a registered International Somatic Movement Educator and Therapist, a certified Teacher/Practitioner of Body Mind Centering®. and Infant Developmental Movement Educator. She is Program Director of the BMC & Yoga Immersion Series: Foundations In Embodied Anatomy, actively engaged in the training, teaching and development of this form over 35 years, and has spent a lifetime merging enigmatic yogas with current up-to-date somatic experience and an understanding of the developmental process for integration of the body-mind and spirit.  Lisa Clark,  has led workshops internationally at studios throughout the United States, Europe, China and South America. She lives in Chapel Hill NC, has a private movement therapy practice, and offers specialized classes, workshops and professional trainings. You can find her yoga podcasts & writing at

Contact and Payment

For More information & registration  please contact Nick Beem at Grateful Yoga,

Lisa [at] embodiyogalisaclark [dot] com