Elisabeth went to her first Baptiste yoga class in the fall of 2014 and immediately fell in love with the challenging and empowering practice. She attended Art of Assisting and All Day Immersion in the summer of 2015 and Baptiste Yoga's first ever Kids Teacher Training later that year. Elisabeth completed Expand Your Power 200 hour Baptiste Teacher Training at WVPY in 2016 and began her 300 hour Advanced Teacher Training at WVPY in 2018.Elisabeth's teaching style is both deeply grounded and lighthearted, helping to bring strength, peace and playfulness to her students' practice. She is passionate about making yoga fun and accessible for everybody, and one of her favorite teaching opportunities at WVPY is leading an annual family yoga philanthropy class to raise funds for Noonan syndrome research (a rare condition that her youngest son Ezra has). Elisabeth has a profound admiration and appreciation for each person who walks through the door at WVPY and feels so grateful to be part of such an inspiring and encouraging community of yogis.Baptiste Yoga has given Elisabeth tools to be in constant action and creation in her life. It has given her confidence in her advocacy for Noonan syndrome, helping to raise thousands of dollars for research and taking her to speak, volunteer, and teach yoga at rare disease events all over the country as a board member for the RASopathies Network. She is so thankful for the way owners Jen, Melinda, Nicole, and Jessica have mentored her over the years to help find her voice, not only as a yoga teacher, but as an advocate.When Elisabeth isn't volunteering for the RASopathies Network or in the studio, you can find her at home blasting Spotify and singing along with her boys Judah & Ezra, enjoying local cuisine/concerts/traveling/life with her husband Josh, planning parties and outings with her amazing WVPY co-workers, and encouraging other women and rare disease mamas on Instagram.