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White Sand and Stone

Brief Descriptions

Corrective Exercise

If you experience chronic pain, muscle tightness, repetitive injuries, discomfort from work or recreational activities, aging movement and body concerns, lingering pain or discomfort in joints or muscles from holding onto stress in the body or if you’re looking for a bridge between physical therapy and regular workout, you may benefit from Corrective Exercise. 


Corrective Exercise’s approach is more than stretching and addressing the part(s) of the body that are uncomfortable, it’s also activating, mobilizing, balancing, and strengthening the surrounding and opposing functional areas and movements. 


Envision turning on the light switch for parts of the body that are underutilized to help support those which are overworked, overburdened or over functioning.  Corrective Exercise brings the communication within the body back into balance and encourages movement that promotes ease, function while reducing strain and overuse. 

Mindful Movement

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Mindful Movement

Based on principles of Chen Tai Chi, incorporating qigong, yoga, breathwork, mindfulness techniques and practices.  Uniquely crafted for each group or audience to address stress management, body alignment and overall well-being.   Gentle, accessible, modifiable, supportive. 

Essential Oil Education

Resourceful, Personalized, Science based teaching.  Hands on and in person experience of the oils.  Opportunity for individual questions and personal consultation.  Demonstration of methods, techniques, and tools available for safe administration and application.  One-on-one consultations, recommendations and customer order placing available. 

Essential Oil Education


TRX - balance, alignment, strength, and flexibility

Appropriately challenging exercise, modified for each individual.  Using one’s own body weight resistance; balance, strength, and flexibility are practiced and appropriately challenged to improve.  Additional equipment utilized to round out each class include but are not limited to: dumbells, stability balls, weighted balls, weighted bars, bands, balance pads, bosu balls, yoga straps.

Mindful Movement

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Lisa’s style of teaching Yoga is, accessible, modifiable, and supportive.  Yoga encompasses far more than performing postures (asana).  It is personal, noncompetitive, and non-comparing.  Classes and instruction are focused on self-acceptance, healthy biomechanics, clear communication, and celebrating the oneness of body and spirit.

Mindful Movement

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Tai Chi      

Lisa teaches Chen Style Tai Chi, which is the original form taught and practiced in ancient China.  The movements or “forms” are based on ancient self-defense practices.  Its movements are gentle, modifiable, and accessible. 


Regular practice of Tai Chi has been known to improve balance, and body-mind connections, while supporting the growth of brain function, muscle coordination and sense of well-being. 

Mindful Movement

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Reiki is gentle non-invasive energy balancing and healing practice.  Reiki is used to remind our bodies how to go back into the “repair” or “self-healing” state of rest and digest.  It also allows the body to protect itself from exhaustion, burnout, or immune system failure. 


Reiki therapy is based on an Eastern belief that vital energy flows through your body.  Clients may lie on a comfortable treatment table, or in a comfortable chair, and remain fully clothed.  A Reiki practitioner uses gentle touch -- or places their hands just above your body -- to help guide this energy in a way that promotes balance and healing.

Mindful Movement

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