And what do our goddesses before you say:
“What can I say – i loved it I recently attended Lisa’s workshop and was really impressed at how well it was planned and run. Taught how to correctly lift, the importance of good posture and how to use a kettle bell for maximum effect and so as not hurt myself. Shown various movements for both the upper and lower body. Particularly enjoyed the glutes training. Lisa’s bright and bubbly personality really helped the time go in and take the focus off the pain haha! I think i benefited most from the meditation at the end as i don’t focus enough on my body and resting it and letting myself be still as im a busy mum who works full time. Thoroughly recommend. Thank you Lisa!”– Nancy Leigh.
” I cannot recommend this Lisa’s classes enough! I hate exercise and have no co ordination . Through Lisa’s relaxed teaching style I was able to do all moves and really
felt great afterwards! She gives great advice and really sets you on the right path to being
fitter, healthier and happier about your shape! I never stick to any classes but I look forward to this class every week! Result!” – Emma
“I attended Lisa’s Warrior Goddess Kettleball today and I really enjoyed it. I love her concept – encouraging women to get fit, get strong and be healthy. I learnt how to correctly use a kettle bell and sweated A LOT! The workout was great and my favourite part was the meditation at the end- after the workout it felt so good to just lie and be still. Thoroughly recommend for anyone interested in learning kettlebell techniques and just general fitness encouragement!”– Kat
What To Bring?
Just bring yourself and a big bottle of water (at least a litre). Kettlebells and yoga mats are provided. You will also get samples of a energy smoothie and power protein balls which are all vegan and gluten free. And that super goodie bag of course!
Simply wear usual yoga/fitness wear that you are comfortable in. T-shirt/Vest and leggings are fine. You will get really warm, so just be aware of that! Classes are done bare foot or in special yoga socks if you have them. Kettlebell training is best done barefoot, in the yoga/martial arts style.