Liz Morgan is a Registered Yoga Teacher and has been practicing yoga since 1999. She is a student of Ashtanga Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Power Vinyasa, Hot Yoga, Hatha, Bikram, Shambava Yoga and of Pranayama, Meditation and Ayurveda. 

Liz is a certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and works with clients to awaken their vitality and overcome imbalance and illness. She is an enthusiastic healer and joyfully combines the wisdom of nature, yoga, nourishment and even modern science to cultivate ultimate wellness. 

She views mindfulness practices, whether yoga, food related, or taking a slow walk in the woods, as essential in the cultivation of the human experience.  As a yoga teacher, she carefully guides students towards discovery and awakening of their innate ability to heal themselves. Liz draws not only on her yoga experience, but also her depth of knowledge about the healing power of diet, mindfulness, positivity, and connection to the land to create grounded, uplifting, meditative, healing, and challenging yoga classes for all students of all ability levels. 

Liz learned to use the elegance of the Ashtanga system of yoga to heal herself from severe back pain and loves sharing the gift of finding ease with anyone in need. Whether you are recovering from injury, suffering from chronic pain, trying to overcome addiction or depression, experiencing grief, want to be able to touch your toes and tie your shoes more easily, age more gracefully … or whether you just want to get in amazing shape and take great care of your beautiful body, Liz can meet you wherever you are.

Liz is the author of a Falcon Guidebook, Foraging the Rocky Mountains, and was Farmers Market Manager in Salida and Buena Vista, Colorado. She has also been a professional gardener, an environmental lawyer, and a community organizer on issues of environmental and community health and equity. She was an Adjunct Professor of Writing for Sustainability at Colorado Mountain College, worked for ICLEI Cities for Climate Protection, is an eco-entrepreneur, and was a wilderness guide. She holds a bachelors degree in Native American Studies from Colgate University. She holds a Masters degree in Environmental Law and Policy and a JD from Vermont Law School.