My mission is to help leaders in their wellness and creativity, which are deeply connected. I use the word “leader” because although you may not have the job title of leader, we all lead in some way whether that’s parenting children to become independent contributors to our world, or providing an example for friends, family, or colleagues of what it means to be creative, conscious and kind. Someone, somewhere, is watching and being influenced by you, which I think is a pretty cool opportunity. We are all creating our lives and world every day, and accessing your best creative solutions to daily challenges will help us all live in optimal health. Learn more about my journey.
As a yoga novice, I’m often worried about joining classes that are beyond my skill level. Lisa’s approach quickly eased my mind…
“Having tried a host of yoga instructors and programs in the past, I can say that I truly appreciated and enjoyed Lisa’s grounded approach to practice.”
The animal inside me
Hint: it has a thick, ever-changing skin I’ve been reading the short story collection by Rachel Rose that’s quite rightly longlisted for this year’s Giller
Mucking around and coming clean
Moving past a fear of failure Have you ever avoided trying something new or different, something unknown, to protect yourself from the possibility of failure?
Three tools that fire my creativity
Self-care supports your brain for idea generation In the last couple of years I’ve made a concerted effort to treat my creative life the same