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Yoga for Scoliosis and Back Care
Elise Miller is a Senior Certified Iyengar Yoga teacher from Palo Alto, who has been teaching yoga throughout the United States and internationally since 1976. As a founding director of the California Yoga Center in Mountain View and Palo Alto, CA, Elise teaches classes and workshops specializing in yoga for scoliosis and back and sports-related injuries. Elise Miller has a Masters in Therapeutic Recreation from the University of North Carolina and she is a faculty member at the Iyengar Yoga Institute of San Francisco.
Elise Miller has successfully used yoga to minimize the effects of her own scoliosis and has worked for years teaching students and yoga teachers how to use yoga for scoliosis. She also offers private yoga therapy session to clients with scoliosis and other back related problems. She has published numerous articles on yoga for scoliosis and other yoga-related subjects in Yoga Journal and other national magazines.
Elise has studied on numerous occasions with the B.K. S. Iyengar and Geeta Iyengar in India. She has recently produced the video/booklet “Yoga for Scoliosis”, “Yoga for Backcare” booklet, and a new addition of her book, “Yoga, Anytime, Anywhere”. She has now released a new DVD called "Intermediate Yoga", which includes the Sun Salutations, Iyengar jumpings, standing poses, backbends, inversions, balances, and twists that are appropriate for all intermediate students including those with scoliosis and other back conditions.
Elise's joyous personality and ease of communication endear her to students with a teaching style that is down-to earth, precise and nurturing.
For more information, visit Elise’s website: www.yogaforscoliosis.com