rowing up, Elizabeth has always been a dancer. Although yoga was intriguing, it was something she never fully committed to. It wasn’t until going through periods of struggle, isolation, and lack of confidence that she discovered what yoga could do for her not only physically but mentally as well. She decided to channel her new found energy by taking a giant leap into the 200-hr RYT Birmingham Yoga Teacher Training program under the guidance of Akasha Ellis and Heather Sullivan. She humbly comes to the mat as a student and teacher to encourage others in the community around her to use yoga’s physical and mindfulness practice to overcome personal struggles such as self-doubt, isolation, and a lack of self-love. Elizabeth enjoys practicing the styles of Ashtanga, Kundalini, Vinyasa, Yin, and Restorative yoga. Regardless of age, gender, or background, she finds joy in being able to help others conquer their fears and struggles as she herself does through the steady practice of yoga. She is a multi-medium artist and also teaches dance for children at The Dance Foundation. Elizabeth currently resides in Birmingham, Alabama with her loving husband and two amazing dogs.