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If I could help you drop into a regular, consistent yoga practice, without sacrificing more of your time would you be interested?
Learn how to apply the principals of yoga to manage the stress of daily life.
THE JOURNEY INBODY
It is important to note that the difference between yoga and other exercise programs is that yoga has an energetic connection between the teacher and the student.
If you want to advance your practice, it is essential that you connect to a teacher and a path. In our western world yoga has expanded to include everything from goats climbing on your back to acrobatic practices. People spend more time choosing the name of the class to attend and traveling to the studio than they do in the practice. With the sanskrit names it can be confusing to understand the different styles especially since each teacher is different.
The Journey Inbody will allow you to open to the extraordinary benefits of yoga as you connect to Elizabeth. One of her students recently said, “Your Smile Has No Limits” which is good since a lot of the teaching and energy transfer is beyond words. Watch the video to see what we mean.
Elizabeth Kittell (RYT-500) is a professional yoga teacher, passionate adventure guide and powerful energy worker. As the founder of Yoga Inbody in Riggins, Idaho, she offers yoga and meditation instruction, Reiki sessions and trainings, and yoga adventure retreats. She and her husband Jon cofounded InBody Expeditions to expand their own practices and help others expand all over the world. Through Inbody Expeditions they lead annual yoga and trekking expeditions to Peru and Nepal.
Elizabeth integrates her knowledge gained from a bachelor degree in Health & Exercise Science, RYT500 yoga training, Reiki energy master training and 10+ years of experience trip leading on Idaho rivers into her retreats.
Elizabeth excels at teaching students to align their bodies, open their minds and expand their spirits. Her anatomically oriented yoga classes have strong themes and spiritual messages. Elizabeth also teaches playful partner yoga/ACRO yoga and makes retreats enjoyable regardless of being able to touch your toes.
Yoga is all about the energy and Elizabeth’s students rave that she is a master at expanding positive energy in the form of love and light. Elizabeth also has extensive training in meditation and teaches multiple styles to help students find a meditation technique meaningful to them.
Monthly Philosophy and Meditation
First Dibs on Upcoming Live Retreats
Frequently Asked Questions
You will need a yoga mat, 1 or 2 yoga blocks, a long belt or yoga strap and a blanket you can fold up for support.
Your monthly membership fee includes 3 weekly yoga videos (a long practice, a short practice, and a 3-minute practice) so you can continue your path no matter how little time you have.
Each month we will be covering Yoga Philosophy and principles such as: the Yamas and Niyamas, Dhyana (meditation), Pranayama (breath work), Pratyahara (exploration of sensation), Dhurana (concentration), and Samadhi (integration), along with many others to help support you in taking your practice to the next level on and off the mat.
Yes! By repeating the same practice, you can go deeper INBODY. Our brains can only process so much info so repeating the same video practice will open you to more of the nectar.
We encourage working with teachers and mentors that inspire you, and hope our membership site can enhance your experiences and understanding of the principles of yoga
Deepak Chopra said, "If you think you are enlightened, go spend a week with your family."
But seriously, we are all on a path of continuous learning and growth, I encourage you to open your heart to new experiences and perspectives and see where your path takes you.
In the foundation videos I will break down poses, including giving modifications for those who are just starting or need other accommodations due to injury or skill level.
Yoga is not a competition!
Your body is sacred and we encourage you to honor it where it is, even "advanced" yogis have days were less is more.
A sangha is a spiritual community that supports you on your practice. You don’t have to meet the other people in our group but knowing that they are there gives you inner strength in your practice.
Each week will feature 3 Asana practices. A long video (roughly 50-60 minutes); a short video (about 20-30 minutes) and a 3 minute video (3 minutes :D).
We suggest you do your practice at least 2 times a week.
If you are a more experienced yogi and feel you want more challenge there are two ways to challenge yourself:
a. Allow yourself more flow and movement as you move through the videos. When your body is telling you "MORE" listen!
b. Sometimes a greater challenge lies in slowing down and returning to the basics. Allow yourself to come back into the poses and give yourself space to practice mindfully.
c. Request a pose or sequence from Elizabeth!
I get it. There are many other yoga membership sites that offer on-demand practices with a variety of teachers. Those also have value.
I did not want to create a site full of videos, it is my goal and hope to take each member on a journey into yoga and into the body as we go through specific practices and lessons. This is a path, not an on-demand yoga buffet.
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