Liz Vartanian is a yogi, writer, mum and baker based in Austin Texas. Her carefully crafted classes include a loving blend of vinyasa flow and restorative yoga. The mixture of the power and movement of vinyasa and the soft surrender of restorative offer yogis a chance to leave class feeling energized and supported. Liz’s classes feel like a community and students are often surprised with home cooked goodies after long relaxing Savasanas. Her training with viniyoga teachers during her 200-hr has offered her a chance to lead yoga practices with authenticity and heart but, from a place of safety and knowledge. She is currently studying more about the emotional aspects of yoga and how they effect the heart.
About YogaMama Podcast
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YogaMama Podcast was inspired by my pregnancy with my second child. I realised how lucky I was to have a yoga practice as my number 1 parenting tool AND my number 1 birth preparation tool. At this stage of life I was also rapidly connecting with some seriously powerful, inspiring women and had developed a very strong sense of my tribe and my community. I wanted to share this connectedness through storytelling, with other women because I feel it's so vital to our wellbeing as women and mothers.
And so, I created YogaMama Podcast to share these women and their stories with you!
YogaMama Podcast is a series of conversations which, in fact, expands well beyond yoga practice, birth and parenthood. We talk entrepreneurship and business; feminism; yoga off the mat; practical tools for juggling parenthood with personal aspirations, evolving selfhood and business. We talk vulnerability and life on the front lines of gritty parenthood; experiences of modern tribes and community and best of all we hear straight up personal stories.
I'm the kind of person who just starts things and I had a sense of urgency around just beginning this podcast, so you'll find some of the early episodes have slightly dodgy sound (I'm ok with that if you are) though his improves with each episode, as does my level of comfort in the role of presenter.
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I'll be getting on iTunes and Stitcher as soon as I am ready to emerge from my newborn cocoon (you can get on my newsletter to be notified when I launch on these platforms)