Listen to the sound of your bodies beautiful song...
Lisa began her training in Esoteric Yoga in 2009, in the first cohort of training for the modality with Universal Medicine. She has been presenting the modality since then.
Lisa loves Esoteric Yoga. She knows that it is a yoga like no other yoga's. In terms of what yoga in its original form has always been for, connection, Esoteric Yoga brings this and so much more.
Lisa, has an in-depth understanding of the human body, and an intuitive sense of what the body reflects through the way the body moves.
With an understanding of the relationship between the quality of our movements and our overall
health and well-being, Lisa loves to share the workings of our multidimensional selves through the programs offered through esoteric yoga.online
Lisa has been exposed to the practices of yoga since she was 13 years old. She is now a qualified yoga teacher and alternative health practitioner. Working and living in Byron Bay, Australia.
Lisa has taught yoga extensively in Australia, Sydney's Northern Beaches; Manly, Newport and Avalon, in the Hunter Valley; Murrurundi, Scone, Elerston, Mackay in Northern QLD, and on the East Coast of Tasmania providing both private and group classes and sessions. With women's health, lower back, general seasonal classes, injuries, corrective exercises, classes for the elderly, disabled, and surfing professionals.
The wisdom of yoga lives within our body.
We all know it deep within.
Lisa is qualified, insured and recognised by the Esoteric Practitioners Association as a practitioner of Esoteric Yoga, Esoteric Chakra-puncture, Esoteric Connective Tissue Therapy, Esoteric Healing and Esoteric Massage. Lisa has been presenting Esoteric Yoga since it was founded in 2009 and is involved in the development of this modality.
Lisa also works in Civil Engineering in Northern NSW. She is a Member of the Institute of Engineers Australia, and is the Immediate Past Chair of the local Engineers Australia Northern Rivers Chapter. Lisa is a Committee member of the Southern Cross University Engineering Industry Advisory Group.
Lisa loves the ancient philosophy of yoga and what it has to offer us as a way of living and discovery in all areas of our lives.