Union with Self and Other: A Relational Practice
Come join Lisa and Zvi for an evening of teaching, meditation, gentle movement and interpersonal exercises designed to support our journey toward union with our deeper nature and with others.
If you are interested in registering for this event, please contact Lisa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lisa Chatham teaches in the Yoga Studies department at Naropa University. As a mother and deep student of human behavior and relationships, Lisa brings her rich life experiences to her yoga classes, offering heart-opening, creative practices that help her students deepen into the more delicate and vulnerable places within themselves. Her yoga instruction and kirtan singing -- drawing on 14 years of yoga study and practice -- is soulful and intuitive, inspiring students to become more genuine and authentic in their practice.
Zvi Ish-Shalom, PhD, is Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Naropa University and founder of Kedumah®, a contemporary spiritual teaching that integrates ancient mystical wisdom, psychology, and the somatic healing arts.