Yoga Classes with Dr. Elysia at Yoga Tree
Join Dr. Elysia at Yoga Tree studies for a yoga class at their Midtown location, conviently located at Yonge and Eglinton.
|40 Eglinton Avenue East|
|Toronto, ON, M4P 3A2, Canada|
As a Doctor of Chiropractic and a professor of anatomy and physiology, Elysia will safely demonstrate how to work within your own body to correctly practice the poses, prevent injury and improve alignment. Elysia was inspired by the practice of yoga and its ability to benefit the entire body, mind and soul. She believes it has the capacity to infuse positive change regardless of age, body type, skill level or injury.
Elysia frequently recommends yoga therapy to her patients, and uses her clinical knowledge to be mindful of her students’ specific limitations. Her classes are safe for the injured, welcoming to beginners, and invigorating for those seeking a challenge. Elysia has an interest in women’s health, nutrition, and weight loss. She is committed to all her patients and students, providing exceptional evidence based care. Elysia is continuously evolving as a yoga practitioner and teacher, always keeping her heart open to new ideas.
Yoga Tree Teacher Training Program
Learn the link between anatomy and yoga with Dr. Elysia with Yoga Tree’s Teacher Training program. Dr. Elysia is proud to be faculty in this comprehensive teacher training program, which facilitates the study of a more scientific understanding of the body, ensuring functional anatomy, class sequencing, physical adjustments, as well as the physiology of inversions, breathing and the nervous system are incorporated.
Yoga Tree’s 250-hour Yoga Teacher Training, is a comprehensive, foundational yoga teacher certification program for serious students furthering their practice and aspiring teachers. Upon graduation, students will be equipped to teach yoga in both heated and non-heated environments. To deepen their education, prospective yoga teachers will study functional anatomy and physiology; explore Yoga’s philosophical underpinnings, kriyas, practice meditation and pranayama.
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