Name: Lucy Lichtenstein
One day I walked into a local yoga studio after a friend gifted me a one month pass, and little did I know that my life would change forever. I never left!
I started to notice how yoga made me feel, how it impacted my everyday life and how much I loved the community. Before I knew it, I had a consistent practice, did my teacher training and became a yoga teacher!
I completed the 200 hour training and 100 hours of Yin at HYA Yoga. I practice and teach Yin, Vinyasa and Meditation. My specialty and passion lies in Yin and Meditation.
I love facilitating the shared experience of reconnecting for my students, allowing us all to expand self-awareness, relate more mindfully and peacefully with ourselves and others, and to meet life with intention.
My classes consist of philosophical life teachings, personal lessons and insights that allows students to take something away into their own lives and to remember that we are all in this together. I also share sound healing in my classes.
Getting to know the crew:
Do you have a hidden talent we would like to know about?
I play the Native American Flute and some other sound healing toys. I can also spin a basketball on my finger for at least a minute!
Share with us a life turning point and the favourite lesson learnt?
My yoga teaching and women’s circle facilitator journey. This path was so unexpected and I couldn’t have written a better story if I tried! The biggest takeaway lessons were to let go, trust and allow life to unfold.
If you could share a meal and a conversation with anyone dead or alive who would that be?
Nelson Mandela. He turned unimaginable struggles and darkness into compassion, hope and freedom. What an inspiration.