Hi, I'm Lisa Meta

Creator of The Science of Change™ Process and your guide to living your best life.

Mind Mastery Coach, Breathwork & Meditation Mentor and Retreat Leader

Lisa Meta is the Founder of Metamorfize, headquartered in New York City – operating globally. Through her own journey to heal addiction, obsessive thinking and master her mind she created The Science of Change, a process for people who feel stuck and want to break through negative thinking into positive action to reach their potential in money, relationships and health.

Her self mastery trainings teach a life-enhancing approach to reprogramming the mind for success, visualizing a desired future and creating aligned action to arrive at a desired new way of behaving and being.

Lisa’s signature combination of mental reprogramming, breathwork and movement powerfully uncovers and releases old patterns at the cellular level to align body and mind for achieving next level growth.

Her background as a star athlete, award-winning graphic designer, life/business coach and certified Biodynamic Breathwork Practitioner make working with her an exploration of who you’ve been and a creation of who you are becoming.



traveling! people, adventure, airports, wind
photography, street art, fonts & fabrics
conscious thinking, reframing, healthy living
salads, coffee, pad thai, fish tacos, avocado & bento boxes
house music, 80’s remixes, dancing & laughing
crossword puzzles, wit, sarcasm, jigsaw puzzles, words matter
modern day MacGyver & mental strategist
maker of kick-ass salads
gallery goer, painter, graphic designer & art lover
animal lover, especially dogs
plays billiards, ping pong
etymology, fascinated with the art of communication
exploratory walking, bike riding, breathwork & meditation
nature, survivalist, hiking camping & fire
hablo español, visited 46 countries
white, hot pink, teal, mint, gray
lives life truthfully, loves love, loves hard
I am the creator of my life.

“The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it.”