Developing a powerful
practice that helps
rather than hurts.
with Lisa McQuade
July 19-21, 2019
Friday: 7:30-9:00 p.m.
Saturday: 8:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Sunday: 8:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
in full one month before the start
All refunds will be
charged a 10% cancellation fee.
If you drop out of the workshop after the
start date, there will be no refund.
will focus on returning to the roots of
Spotlighting the yoga teacher’s
ability to guide class experiences that help
to cultivate inner wisdom and self-trust,
rather than command performances. We will
explore the potential for yoga to heal body
and soul, as well as to cause harm if one
ignores the body’s messages. Basic
anatomy will explore strengths and
weaknesses and address ways to modify
postures based on multi-level,
multi-body-type class participation. The
importance of language used to lead classes
and encourage continuous exploration will be
emphasized. Finally, we will explore how our
tradition is grounded in compassion and can
carry us to higher ground in the advertising
of our yoga business.
7:30-9:00 p.m. Opening Night ~
Meet & Greet
a.m. Morning Yoga (Sadhana)
FROM WHERE YOU ARE!
10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
of safety & movement:
that affect our practice
would happen if we didn’t do yoga?
for alignment and movement
a.m. Morning Yoga (sadhana)
BE TRUE TO YOURSELF ~ carry over into
History & Philosophy: HOW your
practice should be!
our tradition backs us up
to incorporate this philosophy into
- Build yourself up
without stepping on others
McQuade, MA- PHED, ACE-PT,
Shotokan Karate of
America Second Degree Black Belt.
Currently residing in Charleston, SC
with my family leading wellness classes
throughout the Low Country. With
population base ranging from chair
fitness, gentle to multi-level yoga, to
spin classes! Master Trainer at Medical
University of SC’s Wellness Center and
Adjunct Faculty for the College of
Charleston’s Human Performance division,
teaching courses in Sport Psychology and
As a teacher I hope to
cultivate a feeling of safety and
understanding, while leading
participants to the core of their
being. I hope to Nurture
self-wisdom and acceptance. One of my
favorite expressions is to look for the
“GURU” in you...Gee..U...R...U, learn to
stand on your own to feet….rather than
Wife, Mother and servant for the better