I’ve been practising yoga for almost a decade and teaching for a quarter of that time. Coming from a non-athletic background, yoga acted as my gateway into a lifetime love of movement. I am fascinated by the human body, as well as the human mind and how closely the two relate. A self-proclaimed “movement explorer”, I hope that I can inspire this same sense of wonder and curiosity in my students. My other loves? Writing poetry, cold (& warm!) water swimming, skiing, hiking, dancing and sharing good conversation and good food with a community of people.
I’ve taught for PLATF9RM, Sea Lanes Brighton and Studio iO in Brighton, and Powder Yoga, in Japan. I currently teach independently online and will set up in-person classes in Norwich soon. I love teaching at events, like Brighton Yoga Festival and look forward to doing this more again soon.
Want to work together on something? Let’s do it! I love collaborating with other teachers from all disciplines.
Looking for a more personalised practice? No problems! I offer 1-2-1 lessons tailored to your needs or can provide recordings for your daily practice.
My teaching takes a multi-disciplinary approach, allows for playfulness and is accessible and fun. In class, I encourage students to move through space with ease and find fluidity in that movement. I offer a space to play and experiment, build strength, mobility and flexibility, with a practice centred around curiosity, dynamic movement, breath, buoyancy, joy… and the ability to laugh at yourself.
I look forward to sharing our practice together. Liz.
Trainings and certifications
- (Ongoing) 200hr Space and Flow yoga training with Raphan Kebe
- Online Vinyasa Mentoring: SATI courses 1 & 2 with Raphan Kebe
- THRIVE two-day CPD with Sarah Williams (Voice & Creativity / Intention & Ethics)
- 200 hour IYN certified yoga teacher (RYT-200) with The Yoga Garden