Lisa has been working in and involved in the Health & Fitness Industry for around twenty years. She holds a Bachelor of Human Movement Sciences from the University of Launceston Tasmania, a Bachelor of Creative Arts(Dance/Vocal), a Diploma in Clinical Pilates and many other short course certificates including TV Presenting workshops and Pilates documentary on Foxtel Lifestyle Channel an
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Lisa has been busy the last three years working and completing another degree....Bachelor of Nursing from the University of Tasmania. This degree has...
Offering intelligently constructed programmes and articles. Delivered in an unintimidating, simple and easily understood manner that facilitate prevention and recovery from injury and reverse the effects of gravity. Lisa's primary aim: teaching and imparting to readers the invaluable knowledge, skills and understanding of how to condition the body through Pilates and various other 'whole body integrated methods and approaches to physical conditioning. Precise information on supplementing.
Lisa is frequently asked to speak at seminars, run workshops for both professional and amatuer dance companies, performing arts schools, sports colleges and various other types of Institutions relating to the fields of Human Movement and Physical Performance. Workshops and shorts courses cover topics such as injury Prevention, Weight Loss: Separating facts from myths. Body Shaping that Lasts: 'Gimmick free guidlelines to lasting results'.
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Lisa currently works as a personal trainer and teaches group Pilates,Yoga, strength & conditioning, dance technique classes and rehabilitative exercises.
Lisa will provide precise information, expert guidance and information on health, fitness, diet and supplementing that is backed up by solid research. Recommendations by Lisa are informative, educational and provide practical solutions. Topics covered include Pilates, Strength & Conditioning, Core Strength & Stability, Anti-ageing exercise, Physiological...
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