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Liz
I am passionate about yoga as a practice that is intensely personal to each individual. It helps us know our limits--and possibly shift them--while staying in integrity with our bodies and selves. Above all, yoga teaches us how to be present for ourselves and each other, and to develop internal stability in an ever changing world.

Liz started practicing yoga over ten years ago, because it seemed like the right thing to do. She struggled in her classes for years, feeling like she didn't belong and didn't have the right kind of body for yoga. After connecting with Forrest Yoga, she learned how to listen to her body and discover and develop its capabilities. She is moved by the empowering possibilities of a strength-based yoga practice, and these days is especially interested in the exploration of the authentic movement that arises when we allow for its expression. She is a 500 RYT and has studied Forrest Yoga, Yoga Tune-Ups, Yin, and Restorative. She is also a licensed massage therapist, craniosacral worker, and mindfulness meditation instructor. Her love of somatics and embodiment suffuses the movement, meditation, and self-care workshops she teaches at Breathing Time, RISD, and Brown University.

I am passionate about yoga as a practice that is intensely personal to each individual. It helps us know our limits--and possibly shift them--while staying in integrity with our bodies and selves. Above all, yoga teaches us how to be present for ourselves and each other, and to develop internal stability in an ever changing world.

Liz started practicing yoga over ten years ago, because it seemed like the right thing to do. She struggled in her classes for years, feeling like she didn't belong and didn't have the right kind of body for yoga. After connecting with Forrest Yoga, she learned how to listen to her body and discover and develop its capabilities. She is moved by the empowering possibilities of a strength-based yoga practice, and these days is especially interested in the exploration of the authentic movement that arises when we allow for its expression. She is a 500 RYT and has studied Forrest Yoga, Yoga Tune-Ups, Yin, and Restorative. She is also a licensed massage therapist, craniosacral worker, and mindfulness meditation instructor. Her love of somatics and embodiment suffuses the movement, meditation, and self-care workshops she teaches at Breathing Time, RISD, and Brown University.

Liz started practicing yoga over ten years ago, because it seemed like the right thing to do. She struggled in her classes for years, feeling like she didn't belong and didn't have the right kind of body for yoga. After connecting with Forrest Yoga, she learned how to listen to her body and discover and develop its capabilities.

Liz came to teaching yoga after finishing her PhD in art history. She developed sciatica during the last few stages of writing her dissertation and decided to complete a yoga teacher training to heal her body from the long and painful hours of sitting at a desk and the emotional wounds of graduate school. She found an unexpected passion in teaching yoga and has devoted herself to sharing the practice that has done so much for her physical and mental health.


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Monday
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Tuesday
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Wednesday
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Thursday
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday
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Saturday
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