Hi I’m Liz. I love singing, laughing, dancing, healthy food and clean water. I am grateful to be in beautiful Asheville and thrilled to be teaching at Asheville Community Yoga where I completed my first yoga teacher training, which changed my life.I have always loved stretching and moving my body, and appreciated the calm I felt after going to a yoga class. So I figured “I like yoga! I want to teach it.” It took me until my training at ACY to realize that yoga goes far deeper than putting our bodies into shapes (asana). I still don’t have a full picture of what “yoga” is, and wonder if I ever will- but I love this journey of ever unfolding discovery and am excited for the ride. Thank you to everyone, may you all live well.
Sunrise Flow (All Levels)
Wednesdays from 7:15 to 8:15 am
In this Sunrise Flow we will embrace the sacred stillness of the morning, and then flow with our breaths. Like the sun as it rises expect a gentle start with a gradual building of warmth. This class will get you ready for the week ahead by moving with sweet intentionality.
Wednesdays from 9:30 to 10:45 am
Gentle yoga can be a wonderful opportunity to take notice of what is happening in our minds and bodies, and for this reason, gentle yoga can also be quite challenging. This is a class to explore yourself through an exploration of body and mind. Making space in our lives to notice in each moment what is happening inside gives us a greater opportunity to choose our reactions later on, instead of acting from our ‘autopilot’ mode. We will mindfully find our breath, our center, and our stillness, gently stretch & strengthen, and of course, have a long savasana. Like the sound of a singing bowl ringing, this time will serve as a reminder to bring ourselves back to the present moment, back to the peace that abides in all of our hearts. I hope to see you there.
Thursdays from 12:00 to 1:00 pm & Fridays from 8:00 to 9:00 am and 4:15 to 5:15 pm
Gentle Flow (All Levels)
Saturdays from 2:15 to 3:15 pm
Let’s take it down a notch and take a moment to settle our bodies and minds (or at least give it a try).