Born in Northern New Jersey, Elizabeth has been singing and dancing since she was a small child. She trained in Ballet throughout her childhood and Cheered in High School, while singing in Choir as well as solo performances throughout her school years.
Elizabeth moved to South Carolina in 2011 and loves living a coastal lifestyle, enjoying Power Boats and can often be found on the Intercoastal Waterway with friends or watching the New York Giants during NFL Season. She has 3 Adult Children living in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Colorado and one still at home in Grade School and a loving companion dog, Roxy. She teaches Boat Yoga in Little River and enjoys furthering her spiritual practice.
As a Woman who’s life has been personally affected with Sibling Loss, Rape, Domestic Violence, Learning Disabilities, Adoption, Miscarriage, Abortion, Childbirth, Divorce, Single Parenting and recently as a Widow, she has found that throughout her life, her greatest sources of strength and support came from sharing her story and learning from those who experienced similar trials. After the loss of her husband to Stage 4 Bladder Cancer, she rediscovered the peace of connection to the body and breath once again through Yoga and is a RYT 200 Vinyasa Yoga Teacher, certified through Yoga Alliance. Her practice is Restorative and Dynamic, often encompassing ways to take the practice further, both on the mat in class, and off the mat, into our daily lives.
Elizabeth attributes her healing and spiritual journey to the groups of women, either found by circumstance or created by intention, that she discovered along her life path. Elizabeth had the chance to witness the wisdom that women innately possess as intuitive leaders tends to shines through like a beam of sunshine to fellow sisters when they feel comfortable and safe to open up and share authentically. Elizabeth has enjoyed the opportunity to unite those wishing to create such circles and to grow out of their circumstances with the friendship of like-minded positive souls, no matter what their personal experiences are. Her discussion groups are non-judgemental, safe and inclusive to all.