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Lisette Hart

E-RYT500 Yoga Teacher and Yoga Teacher Trainer

Lisette is the Founder and lead trainer for the Roots and Wings Teacher Training Program. She has been teaching yoga classes and workshops full-time for 12 years, training yoga teachers for 6 years, and was the founder and owner of Yoga Vista studio from 2001-2006. Lisette has over 7000 hours of yoga teaching experience, a dedicated personal practice and loves to share her passion for yoga.

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Practical Anatomy: How to Sit to Support Your Low Back

Tags: Lisette Hart Take5Yoga Ergonomics

If you have low back, neck or shoulder pain - alot of that pain can be caused by how you sit. Whether at the computer, watching TV or driving - your posture can over-ride the natural curves in your spine. Learn a few tips to help you Sit with a Smile!


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