Elisabeth's passion is to prove that everyone can incorporate yoga into their lifestyle. Her teaching focuses on empowering women and athletes to dive deeper into their true ability and power. In this process people find the amazing beauty that encompasses who they are, and in finding that acceptance of body and breath.
We invite you to look around and see what will work for you. ETLyoga offers weekly classes, workshops, Retreats, Corporate yoga and Private instruction.
Elisabeth T. Lilja
Glamping Yoga Retreat May 21-24th in Moab, UT:
Glamping, otherwise known as glamor camping is a treat. Paired with the serenity and silence of the backcountry while providing creature comforts like: fresh linens and warm showers this will be a worthwhile experience and an unforgettable yoga retreat. Join us on this ETLyoga adventure! More information on RETREATS PAGE.
Join Elisabeth for her new class schedule and NEW STUDIO at Metric Yoga Located: 88 Q Street, Salt Lake City. Please take a look at our Classes Page, we have moved some classes and changes some times!
Join Elisabeth on Fridays for Let Go-Let Flow, 4:15-5:15pm. A one-hour class that is a refreshing break from the day! This ETLyoga class aims to glide you through a series of postures that are dynamic and ﬂuid. Come ready to move and feel refreshed at the end of class...better than a cup of coffee (well maybe) and a great start to the weekend!
Free Online classes!
What!? Free online classes!? Yes, yes this is true. We all need a yoga quickie from time to time. It was recently found that only 20 minutes of yoga can help with increased brain function. So why not take a break and do some yoga? These will be perfect classes for people on the go. June 2015 we will be up and running! You will be able to access them on the Classes Page.
Yoke Notes Blog:
Have you checked out ETLyoga's Yoke Notes Blog!? A little about Yoke Notes: Yoga by definition means union. Rooting from the verb yuj meaning “yoke”. Yoke Notes is more or less a clever way of saying Yoga Notes. Yoke Notes is a blog that writes about Yoga in an accessible, interesting and fun way. I hope to share everything from my experiences with Asana to Yama’s and Niyama’s…who knows even levitation!? I have to say. I am not your normal Yoga instructor. I eat meat, love wine, and known to use flamboyant language. Needless to say, this blog will be interesting and informative! Enjoy….Newest blog is on The Practice of Patience. Read up!