Looking to take a yoga class? You can do it at home, online! Now is your chance. Head on over to Rochester's very own, Yoga4AGoodHood.
My Public Yoga Classes* At Central Rock Gym Space is limited; Therefore, Pre-registration for Every Class is Encouraged See Below for Updated Teaching Schedule as of July 15, 2021
Wednesdays: 6:30pm - Slow Flow/Yin Yoga at Central Rock Gym In-person, at the gym (mask required for non-vaccinated individuals)
Saturdays: 10:00am - All Levels Vinyasa at Central Rock Gym 11:30am - All Levels Vinyasa at Central Rock Gym (This class is off for the summer, back on for fall!) In person, at the gym (mask required for non-vaccinated individuals)
*Private One-on-One Yoga Sessions: Looking for a private yoga session? We can do one-on-one live, in-person or on zoom! Many folks like to start out with private sessions to learn the basics of yoga, or work with modifications for current and chronic injuries, or they're simply just interested in going deeper with their yoga practice. Types of yoga I teach include: gentle, yin, restorative, vinyasa, alignment, and mediation. Message me for further details and questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My Teaching Style
My teaching style is flow based with an emphasis on anatomy and alignment. Through breath and use of props, I offer a space that gives all levels the ability to connect between physicality, breath and internal energy. In addition to Vinyasa, I often teach Yin, Alignment, Restorative, and Beginner/fundamental classes. All my classes emphasize anatomy and include alignment-focused cues as well as pranayama/breath work and a short meditation. I always include hands-on assists for those interested - you can always opt out of that.
Liz is a thoughtful, encouraging instructor. She helps create a warm, welcoming environment for people at all levels in their experience with yoga." - Nicole, 2016 "I always feel 100% better after my private restorative yoga session with Liz. I feel wide open!" - Ellen, 2016 "
Top photo by Alex Dusterfeld; Upward facing dog photo by Noel Bastien