Melita Eisenberg Yoga

Yoga designed to help you move with freedom. 
Transform your practice, find strength and stability.

Meet Melita Eisenberg

Yoga Teacher

Going to yoga classes in my 20’s started out as a bit of a fad. Dipping in and out of yoga in subsequent years, it wasn’t until later in life, an accumulation of stressful periods and physical injuries that I jumped back in, Full Monty style! Yoga helped me in so many ways and started to become my medicine. I wanted to share it around, so I completed my first teacher training, and haven’t looked back. Teaching Yoga is my passion and I am humbled by it every day.

Having studied and practiced several yoga styles it became clear to me how crucial it is for us to cultivate functional movement patterns. I teach LYT™ yoga, a method created by Physical Therapist Lara Heimann. LYT™ yoga is grounded in the belief that safe and sustainable mobility is essential for us to move through everyday life with vitality and free of pain.

I am committed to igniting your yoga experience by guiding you through this truly transformative practice. You deserve to feel the joy and power of your body through functional movement. My intention is to show you practical ways to incorporate yoga into all aspects of your life. Wherever you are on your journey, I’m here to back you. Smile a lot, have a tonne of fun and get LYT with me!!​

Much love,

Member of Yoga Alliance Worldwide




50 hr

First Aid Certified


Yoga is a wonderful tool to unblock parts of ourselves that feel stuck. It helps us become more aware the physical, mental and spiritual nature of ourselves.


How Yoga Works

Yoga is a wonderful tool to unblock parts of ourselves that feel stuck.

A regular practice helps us become more aware the physical, mental and spiritual nature of ourselves.

People often feel a sense of lightness after practicing yoga, like they've woken up.



Yoga is a practice, once it becomes regular, you're revisiting familiar movement patterns and continue to grow stronger physically. With the satisfaction of increased endurance also comes determination.


By strengthening your joints you will increase your range of mobility. Moving your body in a variety of ways opens up places that are tight. You'll gain more freedom to bend down, reach high and generally move around in ways that protect you from the aches and pains experienced from poor postural habits.


Yoga aims to bring you calmness and clarity through mindful breathing techniques. The physical practice of yoga will give you awareness of your body, its capabilities and how a better posture makes such a difference in day to day life.

Mind Body Connection

Controlled movement patterns will strengthen and stabilise your body. Combined with purposeful breathing, the two compliment each other. The parasympathetic nervous system is activated, switching from a stress state, (fight or flight) to one of ease, (rest and digest).  


In Sanskrit the word ‘yoga’ translates to ‘union’ or ‘connection’. The practice of yoga is a uniting of mind and body, mind and soul, and ultimately the union of the individual soul with the universal soul.


Teaching your body sustainable movement happens over time. With repetition the brain creates pathways so the body remembers and adapts. Once a movement pattern has been established your body has the readiness to step into more complex movement patterns.


"Yoga with Mel consistently covers the stretching and strengthening style of yoga that I love. It compliments my rowing program. I find Mel's classes well prepared and thorough. My abs especially get a workout, which I love!" 


Teaching Schedule



Contact Info


+61 422 386 507

Newcastle, NSW, Australia

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