Equipped with a purposeful combination of experience and empathy . . .
Lillah Schwartz, expertly and compassionately guides yoga students and teachers to discover the physical benefits, deep healing, heart resonance, and spiritual awakening that yoga offers.
Formulated through her personal experience with injury and her extensive background in anatomy and physiology, Lillah has for more than 30 years shared the science and spirit of yoga wisdom with thousands of students and teachers, helping them connect with their healing potential to overcome pain and enjoy a more vibrant and authentic life.
Using a range of teaching platforms and materials, Lillah shares the benefits of her years of study with master yoga practitioners, such as B.K.S. Iyengar, Aadil Palkhivala, Eric Small, Felicity Green, and Mathew Sanford. She pioneered the Iyengar method in North Carolina from 1981–2009, and held an Iyengar teaching certificate for 23 years. An IAYT Certified Yoga Therapist through the International Association of Yoga Therapists, LIllah is also a Registered Yoga Teacher with the National Yoga Alliance (E-RYT500).
“Lillah has both the knowledge and the passion to fulfill her mission of helping others on the path towards Dharma, the very reason for the practice of yoga. I recommend Lillah with all my heart.”
— Aadil Palkhivala, Purna Yoga founder and author of Fire of Love.
“After my very first back care class with Lillah, I knew I had found the way to healing my own intense low back pain and sciatica. With her compassion for those in pain and with physical limitations, she guides her students with constant care and accuracy in the alignment of their own bodies. Her knowledge of the human body and how all the systems work together to create a whole body and mind is a constant amazement to me.”
“I believe that yoga invites us to know ourselves better, seek out the physical and emotional resistances within, and bring expanded consciousness to our life: to shine light on the dark places. This journey requires focus and effort. I see my role as helping students love themselves and discover their inner potential. Yoga develops in us the strength to grow and change, the ability to know when to let go and when to hold fast, and how to use our mind and our heart to craft a meaningful life.”
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