Liz was born and raised in Baltimore, MD. She graduated from Salisbury University in December 2009 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology. In May 2013 she graduated from Loyola University with a Masters of Education in School Counseling. Her background in education supports her love of yoga and the connection between the mind and the body.
Liz’s yoga practice began at Salisbury University as a means to complement traditional athletic training. During semester breaks back home, Liz stumbled upon Sid Yoga Center through the referral of a fellow yogi in another studio. She loved the physical challenge of the vinyasa flow and was intrigued by the blissful experience of savasana. Upon moving back to the Baltimore area in 2010 and discovering Sid Yoga Center, her practiced evolved into an integral party of life.
It was during Sid McNairy’s Empowerment & Beyond retreat in Nicaragua that Liz experienced the healing power of yoga. From this experience she knew that she wanted to share what she had gained from yoga with the world. She entered into the next teacher training program at SYC and began teaching in November 2012.
Liz creates an environment of love in the classes she leads. Through the balance of power and grace she will leave you feeling at peace with the oneness that is you.
Liz’s favorite pose is handstand and the many variations. She loves feeling grounded and lifted at the same time. She also loves this pose because it brings a playful element to her practice and to her life.
When Liz is not in the studio, she is likely headed to the beach or hiking or biking in a more local area. She loves spending time with family and friends sharing smiles and laughs.