Lisa Enzer

Lisa received her 500-hour Purusha Yoga teacher certification with an emphasis on therapeutic yoga in 2005. She founded Klaros Movement in Montague, MA to help our burgeoning senior population with the challenges of longevity. After many years studying dance and choreography, Lisa founded a dance collective in Maine and performed extensively in educational theater. She has a M.Ed. in Creativity in Learning from Lesley University, and was an artist in residence at schools throughout New England for 20 years.

Holding certifications in Tai Chi for Healthy Aging, Creativity Coaching, Level I Psychosynthesis, and Warriors at Ease, Lisa is also a provider for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (Central New England Chapter) and MASS Housing, and volunteers for LifePath wellness programs and the Recover Center, both in Greenfield, MA. Lisa encourages students to trust their personal explorations in safe, meaningful and vibrant ways. She bows with gratitude to all her teachers, past, present, near and far.


“I have benefited so much from Lisa’s patient guidance, humor and skill.”

“I discovered Lisa was certified to work with people who have multiple sclerosis as I do.  I’d taken a yoga class many years ago and thought of yoga as bodily movements accompanied by breathing patterns that led one to achieve specific poses.  Lisa has helped me to accept that even if I never, ever do a true yoga pose, I am still practicing yoga when I breathe and chant through to a greater sense of equanimity or when I am mindful rather than fearful.”

“Lisa is an amazing teacher/leader/sage – and I feel very lucky to have found her.”

“Lisa, you are wonderful and a great teacher and you have fabulous ideas.”