Lisa Jill Anderson

I believe that the teacher/student relationship is a collaboration and not a hierarchy, and aim to empower my students to cultivate and listen to their inner-teacher. In my classes, you can expect thoughtful and challenging sequences with plenty of options to regress and progress postures to suit your needs. I am a 500-hour registered yoga teacher certified in the YogaWorks method, where my primary teachers were Jodie Rufty & Chrissy Carter, with an additional 100-hours of training in therapeutic & restorative yoga with Jillian Pransky. My movement background also includes ballet, Viewpoints, and the Alexander Technique. In addition to studying, practicing, and teaching yoga, I'm a theater artist and member of New Light Theater Project. I look forward to collaborating with you on the mat!

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Jill certainly is a trustworthy person! Not only is she a terrific yoga teacher; she also a kind and generous person who seeks to help people connect with their bodies in a meaningful, compassionate way. She listens to her students and she works to help them build self-knowledge with self-compassion and understanding.

I’ve been practicing yoga with Lisa for 5-6 years. I thoroughly enjoy how she builds her sequences, the clarity of her cues and the playful vibe that she brings to each class that fosters ease and acceptance while encourages me to be attentive to what’s happening in my body. I also read her newsletters and class announcements with delight – her writing about yoga (and hence life) related topics flows as smoothly as her classes. I’m looking forward to the next class and then the next series. Thanks, Lisa, for being part of my journey!

I am eagerly awaiting the first class in this series. Lisa is the yoga teacher par excellence!

Lisa, I'm hoping to stay for the flow part of Wednesday's session. I'll need to make some modifications for some poses, and I appreciate your suggesting you'll help me out with this. Main issue is I cannot put much weight on my hands (for down dog).