Revolution Power Yoga Virginia

September 1, 2020
Rediscovered the power of

200 RYT and co-founder
Classes: Vinyasa Flow, Advanced Vinyasa Flow, Yin Yoga

Lisa first came to her mat 20 years ago looking for a physical challenge until she raised her heart and hands to the sky in tree pose and realized that there was so much more to yoga. She believes that yoga is an avenue to help find one’s authentic self, while cultivating strength in the body and calming the mind. Through breath and movement, Lisa encourages her students to release that which no longer serves them, to allow healing. In her classes you will laugh, explore, sweat, play, let go and find the light within!

Lisa received her 200 RYT training at Elemental OM in Cincinnati, Ohio where she was certified as an Elemental OM Holistic Coach specializing in Ayurveda and meditation. She completed her ChildLight Yoga Training. She is currently working towards her 500hr teacher certification.

Molly Freeland

200 RYT and co-founder
Classes: Power Yoga, Vinyasa Flow

Molly walked into her first yoga class a few years ago with friends and has been learning and practicing this ancient tradition ever since. She received her 200 HR Yoga certification in 2014 at Urban Body, Ft. Wayne a Baptiste Affiliate Studio and has completed the Advanced Art of Assisting at Revolution Power Yoga, Avon CO.

When she’s not in her yoga zone, she is a mom to three ~really fast growing kids~ (13, 12 and 8)and can be found biking with her husband Paul, baking a sweet treat, enjoying a glass of wine in the company of friends or creating and living her next big adventure.

Shawn Holtel

500 RYT, Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist
Classes: Restorative, Meditation

Shawn currently is enrolled in the Yoga Therapy Program through Heartland Yoga Therapy in Indianapolis. The last two years of her training have been dedicated to serving as a Research Assistant at the Richard L. Roudenbush VA in Indianapolis, studying the efficacy of Yoga as a viable therapy for people with stroke, brain trauma, chronic pain and PTSD.

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