Elizabeth believes that teaching and coaching are her life purpose. She understands the transformational growth that you receive from the practice of yoga, practice, and commitment.
She is a true light to be around as she holds space for you to
be your authentic self in every moment.
To learn more about her offerings go to: www.lizcdavis.com
Iva’s extensive travels throughout Asia, North America, Europe
and Australia had broadened her view of different cultures,
philosophies and traditions. She spent many years living and
working in Japan, teaching cross cultural awareness, running a
café-lounge with her husband in Tokyo and teaching yoga.
Her experiences and her studies opened the doors to many new healing modalities such as fasting, cleansing and vipassana meditation, which she incorporates into her yoga and meditation classes, workshops and retreats in India, Japan and the US.
Iva completed her Yoga Arts Teacher Training in 2002 in Byron Bay, Australia and is certified under Yoga Alliance. She has been teaching in San Francisco, Japan and Austin focusing primarily on Vinyasa Flow and Yin Yoga. She continues her own education, participating in Yoga workshops from Seane Corn, Shiva Rae, Donna Farhi, Gary Kraftsow. Her interests recently reside in the complement of a Vinyasa Flow practice with a Yin restorative practice to fully balance and restore harmony to oneself. She has studied under great Yin teachers such as Paul Grilley, Sarah Powers and Bernie Clarke. She has developed her own Yin Intensive training, teaching students and yoga teachers how to practice and teach Yin Yoga. Iva hosts retreats and workshops internationally as well as facilitating on teacher training programs in Austin, Hawaii and India.
Shelby has been a nationally certified therapeutic massage therapist focusing on myofascial release and functional movement since 2004. Shelby is an E-RYT 500 through Yoga Alliance and curated and founded BFREEOLOGY 200-hour yoga teacher training school of yoga in 2016. She has led classes with Yoga Journal Magazine at three national conferences and assisted and led at two Wanderlust Yoga Festivals in Colorado.