At first, yoga called to my physicality, my most accessible sensorium. With time, the postures were collaborations, meditations, and deep relationship with gravity and levity. Yoga became a practice with a prism-effect, each ray revealing layers, insights, possibilities. Those rays were a path to a study of embodiment with a yoga context; EmbodiYoga.
“When the student is ready, the teacher appears”*. This is how embodiment found me, a vessel made ready from all that come before. The language of embodiment gave purpose and meaning to the sensations, collaborations, relationships within the body I had experienced, gifting dimensional potential for infinite revelations to come. Why EmbodiYoga? For me, it is the natural evolution pathway of our communal and personal relationship with yoga as a living movement practice. Building upon the qualities of physical, functional, and therapeutic instruction, EmbodiYoga weaves "embodiment" into the existing yoga language continuum. “Spanda”, the instantaneous moments of complete being, guide this practice of experiential, dimensional connection with deepest self.
Thank you Lisa Clark for your vision, generosity, and continued guidance in this yoga form of art, meditation, and yield into full being.