Breath & Bliss Immersion Training

WITH Lisa Hebert

Friday September 21st to Sunday September 23rd, 2018

9:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.


This training will provide you with multiple embodied explorations that create the conditions needed for profound relaxation, increased body awareness, and mind-body connectivity. You will find a treasure chest of new practices to enhance your life. For educators, you will leave with creative ways to guide students of every level into down-regulation.

The anatomy and physiology of stress-relief:

Highlights of the course:

  • The anatomy and physiology of stress-relief
  • Savasana studies: how to craft successful relaxation for yourself and your students
  • Breath Strategies: explore your diaphragm and breathing practices
  • Parasympathy Symphony: The Roll of Recovery
  • ROLLaxation: Roll Model® Therapy Ball Techniques to hasten relaxation and pain relief.

What do you learn?


  • Invite Emotional Attunement
  • Improve Stress Resilience
  • Vagus Nerve Study and Exploration
  • Anatomy and physiology of stress-relief

*This Immersion is open to all levels of students and teachers of all styles.

Dates: Friday September 21, 2018 to Sunday September 23, 2018
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Fee: $575 per person, plus HST.
Early Bird: $525 per person, plus HST before August 31st, 2018.

**Save $50 with the Early Bird Special**

YTU teachers also receive an additional $50 off! Please call the studio at (613) 591-9642 to register.

Required Reference Material: The Roll Model: A Step-by-Step Guide to Erase Pain, Improve Mobility, and Live Better in Your Body. By Jill Miller. Trail Guide to the Body (optional) by Andrew Biell.

Lisa Hebert – Photo by Ashley Fraser

Your Teacher:

Lisa Hebert
is a former professional Contemporary dancer, yoga teacher and passionate, lifelong student of the body. She is a Yoga Tune Up® Teacher Trainer, and a 200-hour Yoga Teacher Trainer. Ten years of teaching yoga and over 25 years in multiple dance trainings and professional performance give Lisa a unique relationship to the body, allowing her to lead classes that draw deeply on these many movement experiences. She encourages a sense of play and exploration for those seeking more stability, fluidity and joy from their practice to their everyday movements.