About Lisa Love Hall
Lisa Love Hall has a passion for the healing powers of yoga, mindfulness, and creative expression. I began practicing yoga in 1998 and was struck by it's ability to truly change the way I felt in my body and mind. I was inspired to become a teacher and completed my 200 hour teacher training with Laughing Lotus Yoga in San Francisco in 2010 and began teaching in 2011. Since then, I have continued to educate myself about mind-body wellness and have completed certifications in Kids Yoga with Michelle Wing, Restorative Yoga with Judith Lasater, and Mindfulness and Meditation with Amy Saltzman. I am also an artist and attended the California College of Arts and Crafts. I am grateful to be a teacher and love sharing my passion for healing & wellness with the community.
Lisa Love Hall is also proud to be Bisexual and aims to raise awareness and support for the LGBTQ+ Community. If you or someone you know are in need of support, please contact the Trevor Project LifeLine at 1-866-488-7386, or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
"I had a wonderful time at Lisa's Beachside Retreat. Lisa was a knowledgable and kind leader who opened my eyes to being in touch with what I need to feel balanced." —Nicole
"Lisa held an intimate space for our small group to connect with ourselves and each other at the Beachside Retreat. Her calm nature and openness made this experience amazing." —Heather
"Thank you for an amazing Beachside Retreat filled with enlightenment and love." —Lindsay
"Restorative yoga and sound healing is a match made in heaven. The combination is just what I needed to feel replenished and rejuvenated, thanks to Lisa’s mindful pose selection/sequencing along with the waves of sound healing energy created by Kristen. The resulting deep relaxation from the Workshop lasted for hours afterward." —Sharon
“My daughter has attended Lisa's Summer Camp multiple times and she finds it both fun and relaxing. The summer sessions are great in that they combine yoga with art as well as mindfulness and meditation. They are age appropriate and teach much needed life-long skills for kids and teens. Highly recommend it!” —Liza, Mother of an 8th grader