Eliza's Align and Flow class is an alignment-based and heart-centered practice, combining the ancient wisdom of yoga with the modern science of biomechanics. This graceful and slow flow yoga uses the 5 Universal Principles of Alignment to create a vibrant body, clear mind, and expansive spirit.
Eliza grew up on a small farm outside of New York City and has always been very connected with nature, finding peace and serenity in the innate wisdom of the earth. She is an avid traveler, having spent extensive time in Asia, Europe, Costa Rica, and Israel. Eliza has also worked extensively as an environmental educator, connecting students with nature.
Eliza’s love for yoga led her to a 200-hr YTT in Chiang Mai, Thailand with Jonas Westring. Afterwards, she spent months immersing herself in Asian culture, studying advanced healing modalities, such as ThaiVedic Bodywork. Eliza is an accomplished massage therapist in Asheville and she incorporates her wisdom of energy movement and the healing arts into her yoga classes. Come join Eliza for an empowering, uplifting and down-to-earth and practice!
Class Schedule for Eliza
|Sunday September 24||5:45 - 7:00 pm||*Align & Flow|
*Recommended for Beginners
Gentle indicates the class is not vigorous, but slow and soothing, perfect for those wanting a more relaxed and softer practice. Also excellent for beginners, the elderly, and pregnant women.
Power indicates a vigorous practice that will challenge and energize you with its focus on building strength and concentration as you flow through powerful, flowing sequences. This type of class is meant to challenge you and your existing practice, make you sweat, have some fun, and try and inversion (or three!). Not recommended for beginners who do not have a basic knowledge of yoga postures.
Warm classes allow the body’s tissues to soften more deeply, as the room is kept between 80-89 degrees.
Hot classes involve a dynamic and challenging practice in a room heated to 90 degrees or above. You will sweat, so please bring your own mat, water bottle, and towel. First time students are discouraged from attending HOT classes, as they tend to be fast-paced, and are meant for those already familiar with basic postures.