Name: Eliza Giles
Eliza has spent over a decade studying with modern and traditional masters across the globe. As a young teenager she was introduced to yoga and at 17 she moved to India to be immersed in the sacred traditions and eastern teachings still alive within the culture there.
At 20 she began her training in the traditional sciences of the yoga systems, moving to live and study in the Omkaranada Ashram in Northern India where she completing her first training in Meditation, Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga.
She has since trained meditation and yoga with masters and senior teachers across world holding influences from the traditional teaching of Yoga Rupa Rod Stryker, contemporary yoga pioneer Duncan Peak, Blissology founder Eion Finn and Dr Lorin Roche.
Eliza’s classes hold space to experience the weaving of these ancient traditions, philosophies and methodologies with functional anatomy, mindful movement and understanding of the western sciences to access the physical and energetic systems of the body.
Getting to know the crew:
In one word how would your best friend describe you?
What sound do you love?
Laughter! It reminds me not to take life too seriously….no one gets out alive.
What are you grateful for?
I am most grateful for my parents, for introducing me to yoga, all they have taught me and for supporting me. I am grateful for friends and sunshine, for mistakes and adventures, and for tea time and wine time and everything in between.