About Elizabeth:

A global nomad,Holistic Coach, lifelong athlete, & yoga & meditaiton teacher, I bring a world of knowledge to get you out of your “thinking mind” to deeply connect with yourself to co-create your own ALIGNED LIFE that is authentic to YOU. I work mainly on helping people ease their own pain & realize their fullest potential with ease. My classes use consistent focus on the breath to increase your connection to your physical body, to create calm in your entire being & empower you to find acceptance of all that you are. Having spent years recovering from spinal injury (childhood abuse, self-abandonment &negative self-talk) my goal is to help you find your truth & guide you to make conscious choices with your: body, mind, emotions AND spirit that work for you - to grow from a place of safety, stability & consistency.

Come breathe with me in an on-demand class, livestream, or private session. I'm here to guide you to your ultimate Holistic Health with Love.

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Elizabeth's Professional Certifications




Women’s Fitness


RYT200 Yoga Alliance

Elizabeth's pictures and videos

Full Wheel: Ignite and engage to light up ALL 7 Chakras!

Urdhva Danurasana: (Upward Facing Bow) Intense backbend, huge heart opener; shining energy into the Sahasrara or Crown Chakra, feel the breath rise from the root, Mooladhara to the crown, through Swadistana, the Sacral Chakra, Manipura, the Solar Plexus Chakra, Anahata, the heart Chakra, and Vishuddi, the throat Chakra. Muscles: Utilizes core, glute, and hamstring strength, as well as biceps, triceps, lats, traps, deltoids, obliques, and core strength. Prep: Make sure these muscles are all warm before attempting. Breathe fully, and keep pressure off the head (to avoid compression of the Cervical spine) when coming out of the posture by tucking your chin, and gently lowering the back of the head down, followed by the shoulders and roll the rest of the spine down. Counterpose: Take a few breaths lying on your back with knees bent and the soles of the feet resting on the floor to allow the spine to normalize for several full breaths before leaning forward at all. Great final posture before Savasana.