|By PR Newswire||
|August 18, 2014 07:00 PM EDT||
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LOS ANGELES, Aug. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- "When I first saw Woody Allen's movie 'Vicky Cristina Barcelona' with Penelope Cruz, I thought: Move over, Penelope; I'm on my way to live in Barcelona for a year. Well, that thought has persisted and I'm finally going off to live in Spain August 15." We're talking about Lisa Haisha, America's renowned life coach, TV personality, and motivational speaker. Take the mystique of Angelina Jolie and the humor of Tina Fey, and you've got Lisa.
Haisha has made a name for herself in the United States coaching A-list celebrities & Hollywood executives through her international seminars and retreats. As a Host, she has traveled to over 60 countries in her storied career, and will release her official SoulBlazing book in 2015.
During her time in Spain, Lisa will share her groundbreaking form of therapy, SoulBlazing. Haisha's cultural research and teaching will be chronicled through her widely-read articles in the popular Huffington Post. She states, "My goal during this sabbatical is to renew my passion for travel in a setting that revitalizes my spiritual, mental and physical senses, as well as a chance to re-boot my life through self-exploration. I cannot think of a more appropriate place than the beautiful city of Barcelona." Europeans will have the opportunity to be coached by Lisa with her seminars and retreats, including a pilgrimage to El Camino Santiago with her friend and colleague, Tony Award-winning Ben Vereen, who is also on a spiritual path and speaks and performs around the world.
This bombastic, forward-thinking femme fatale is a global curiosity seeker. While in Spain, she may not be getting in the ring with the bulls, but she's throwing her life into the ring for enrichment and empowerment. Seems like a much safer choice.
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