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Hi I'm Elizabeth

I grew up in West Jordan, Utah dancing. I attend BYU for Exercise and Wellness. I am a certified yoga teacher. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Yogas chitta vritthi narodaha. Yoga is the cessation of the fluctuations of the mind. Growing up I loved to dance. In fact, I still do. However, my true passion has become yoga. While I love dancing I do not enjoy the mentality of the dance world. In yoga, Schole tradition, we teach people to not only be comfortable with where they are at in their practice and in life, but also to continue to grow into the person they would like to be.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into this wonderful gospel. Growing up I was taught of its truths, doctrines, and practices. During a time of my life I struggled because it was all I knew regarding religion. This caused my to really study the LDS faith. To find out for myself if it was true. I studied the Book of Mormon, prayed daily, and actively participated in my church meetings. In doing so I gained a testimony of truth. In my prayers I asked to know if this gospel was true. My prayers were answered! I know that this gospel is true, I know that Joseph Smith translated the Book of Mormon, I know that Jesus Christ died for me, I know that the atonement is very real, and the use of the atonement will make me clean so that I am able to one day live with my Father in Heaven again.

How I live my faith

Currently I am involved in a single adults ward. In this ward I am learning more about my faith and practicing it with people around my own age. I participate in a committee in which I help in making new members and less active members feel welcome and wanted in the ward. I also live my faith in my daily life by what I wear, say, and do. My faith is not something I do or live by once a week. It is something I strongly know and live every day.