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A native Nashvillian, Liz is passionate about both the local and global yoga communities.
In 2013 she was moved by the idea that “yoga can happen anywhere” while in Kenya with the Africa Yoga Project. On her return she thought that the Nashville community deserved the same access to yoga and its benefits that she experienced halfway around the world.
A do-er by nature, 2014, Liz founded Small World Yoga with that vision to grow yoga in outreach locations across Middle Tennessee. A year later she co-founded Empower School of Yoga (now Baptiste Power Yoga Nashville), which is part of Small World Yoga and has made a sustainable model of bringing yoga to the community by training more than 200 new teachers in the Nashville area.
Two major yoga events, Music City Yoga Festival and Nashville’s International Day of Yoga, bring together the local yoga community thanks to Liz’ leadership and organizational skills.
Liz is a Tier 3 certified Baptiste Power Yoga influencer (E-RYT 500). She has completed both her 200- and 500-hour trainings under Baron Baptiste and now travels to assist Baptiste trainings and programs around the world.
She has also studied under Live Love Teach founders Philip Urso, Debbie Williamson and Stacy Dockins. Additionally, she trains and certifies teachers in paddleboard yoga through her seasonal business, Nashville Paddle Co.
Liz was a high school and college athlete and didn’t expect yoga was going to be the sport for her, but more than a decade later she still loves both the challenge of the physical practice and the deeper emotional benefits.
When not on the mat or in the SWY studio you can find Liz on a paddleboard, in the cookie kitchen with her husband, or looking for the best Mexican food in town.