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Yogic Methods is brought to you by Lizbeth 

Health is multifaceted, I work with a biopsychosocial and spiritual model, where my training thus prepares me to support you on how to find the right balance in everyday life.


Experienced Practitioner 

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Lizbeth teachings are rooted in tradition and creativity, often non-dogmatic; in her element, Lizbeth is an artist, philosopher, and scholar. Striving to fulfill her passion for spirituality, kinaesthetics, and psychology. 

Many years of training in the discipline of holistic health allow her to integrate proven practical techniques, leavened with deeper theoretical insights drawn from her formal Yogic Studies. She is trained in several forms of yogic styles, somatic, mind-body-based techniques, drawn from her academic, clinical, and teaching background. As an adamant student, a practitioner of South and East Asian philosophies, she guides practices based on personal experience on and off the mat. Her sessions are skillfully designed, being at once personally grounding, energetically balanced, and psychologically serene. 


Cultural Immersion

Lizbeth led college students to Southern India as a Yoga Specialist in January 2020.


Here is the BBC Tamilnadu headline video of a festival immersion. 

Lizbeth's Qualifications

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Lizbeth, M.S., M.A., C-IAYT, E-RYT, YACEP

Brings forth an integrative and multidisciplinary background rooted in her indigenous and intercultural life experiences. She is a multilingual Integrative Therapist, sound healer and naturalist who was drawn to yoga to re-ground from the stressors of family and school. She is originally from the Riviera Maya (Mexico) where she engaged in plant food and plant medicine at a young age to better understand the inner and outer relationship of both human experience and ecology. She has lived in Mexico, New Mexico, Southern CA, and now resides in LA since 2017. Lizbeth's journey has led to teaching yoga to diverse populations and ethnicities throughout the country, while also traveling to India on several instances for study and work. Yoga and Integrative Therapy has become not simply a tool, but more broadly a place of refuge to live a more sustainable and autonomous lifestyle.  




Maryland University of Integrative Health

Maryland University of Integrative Health

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