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  • Lisa Efthimiadou

    Yoga Instructor

    Lisa Efthimiadou graduated from the Department of International and European Studies of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and holds a Bachelor degree in Political Science.

     

    Lisa started her career 25 years ago. Formerly employed at insurance industry and BDF Hellas S.A., she made her way to the banking sector (Bank of Cyprus Ltd and Piraeus Bank). In parallel, ever since 1994 the art of Yoga was a breakthrough for Lisa. She started her three-year Hatha Yoga Bien Tempere training (2007-2010), and now she is a Hatha Yoga “Bien Tempere” teacher, certified by the Greek Hatha Yoga Association in collaboration with the Institut Eva Ruchpaul /Paris.

    Since 2010 she is teaching the method Hatha Yoga Bien Tempere with passion, consistency, respect and love towards all her students.

    Her experience is constantly evolving through participation in seminars in Greece and Paris with Eva Ruchpaul and other teachers of the Association.

    Being always socially responsible, affective and caring to those in need.

    “A few words about the House of MANA and my contribution in the organization:

    Relaxation, care and reunion with the positive side of life are the elements that characterize the House of MANA.

    In this initiative of Mrs Randa Ghandour and her associates, I felt more than motivated to participate and volunteer.

    Supporting many enthusiastic volunteers, I’m proudly contributing to this project with an active role.

    Staying close to any women struggling with dignity for a better life standard.

    Representing the Hellenic Hatha Yoga Association, we help these women with specially tailored Yoga programs.

    Our goal is to help them to relax, to teach them breathe properly, to maintain their body and soul balance.

    www.lisayoga.gr

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