September 9, 2012
As an experienced yoga teacher, Elisa draws upon the physicality and philosophy of yoga to assist students in discovering their innate potential and a connection to the self and the world around them. Elisa was first drawn to yoga in preparing to walk the Kokoda track. She was able to use the strength of mind and body inspired by yoga to complete the trek despite a serious spinal injury. Having discovered a passion and respect for yoga, Elisa obtained her Advanced Diploma of Yoga Teaching with the Australian Yoga Academy, and went on to complete her Yoga Masters followed by further training on the physiological applications of yoga with physiotherapist Simon Borg Olivier. In exploring the many varied yogic styles and healing practices, Elisa has studied with Masters in Australia, Thailand, Hong Kong, America and Mexico to date, and has trained in the modality of Reiki, becoming one of the 12th lineage to Dr Mikao Usui. Henry David Thoreau said, “It is not what you look at that matters, it is what you see.” So many of us come to yoga as a physical pursuit and find ourselves transformed by a deep connection to the more subtle teachings of yoga, enhancing our lives and those of the people around us. Elisa is the director of the Om Buddhi Yoga studio in Mt Eliza as well as a Yoga Coach with the Australian Sports Commission. This year, Elisa is the Ambassador and one of the Teachers for the Mornington Peninsula Yoga Aid Event.
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