Stand in your truth and love ALL. Love can change the world.

Love is a powerful action.

Love is a powerful action

We are always trying to convert people to a belief in our own explanation of the universe. We think that the more people there are who believe as we do, the more certain it will be that what we believe is the truth. But it doesn’t work that way at all.
— Paulo Coelho, The Pllgrimage

by Liz Glover Wilson

This page is about my journey with my faith and yoga. It is not to convert you to believe one way or the other. Thank you for letting me share.

I just want to start by saying that all I want to do is love you. For real. Just love you. Just as you are. Sound good?

Love is an action we take part in daily. We pursue it in a lifelong companion. We give it selflessly to our children, to our family, to our friends and withhold it from our enemies. We are all seeking love. We seek it everywhere and in everything.

It is love that changes the world.

In my quest to embody love and wisdom. I am constantly studying and seeking; reading books, taking classes and learning from those around me. There is so much love in this wide beautiful world! As a Christian, I seek wholeness in the love of G_d; looking to the life of Jesus who lived a life of pure love. Jesus was asked what the greatest commandment was and He said, “Love G_d, love yourself and love others.” Each day, I look to love G_d, my family, my friends, my enemies (yes, enemies), the stranger and (always) myself.

I love all people.

We must love inward, in order to love outward. A staple in my library and always a travel companion; the Bible has been an awesome guide; illustrating various stories that outline the power of love, providing inspirational poems and songs about love and giving sage advice on how to love yourself, each other and ALL people. During my 200 hour teacher training, while studying and reading the Bhagavad Gita, I had my bible reading each day as well. It was during this period that my faith and my belief in Jesus deepened.

As I made the journey towards opening the wellness center, I was reminded of one of the 10 commandments in the Torah in Exodus that says “Thou shalt have no other gods before Me" (Hebrew: לא יהיה־לך אלהים אחרים על־פני). It felt clear to me, that while there are other gods (habits, addictions, other beliefs, etc.) the writer was simply saying to put G_d first. It is important for me to bring in light, so I can shine out light.

So as I have embarked on this journey - I put my faith first.


With a growing population of yoga practioners, the percentage of Christians practicing is also on the rise

  • There are over 230 Million Christians in the United States according to pew research center

  • There are now approximately 36.7 million American adults practicing yoga, that's up from 20.4 million in 2012 according to Yoga Journal and Yoga Alliance

Read on for more about my YogaFaith Masters certification…



And so we know and rely on the love God has for us. God is love. Whoever lives in love lives in God, and God in them.
— 1 John 4:16

In 2018, I found an advanced Yoga Alliance approved (and highly rated) training with a group of yogi’s who were also seeking to unite their faith and yoga.

I thought it was so cool to explore how to unite G_d, Yoga and all the amazing healing qualities of the yogic (and Christian) lifestyle, so I flew out to Washington state and completed my studies with Michelle Theilen, an inspirational and (super) knowledgable Yogi. She is an international speaker, Yoga Presenter, Humanitarian and author of Stretching Your Faith, as well as a member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists and more.

I now hold my YogaFaith Masters certification; providing me with the tools and support I need to teach yoga classes and workshops that unite the Christian faith and yoga practice. All are welcome.

How a practitioner or a group chooses to use yoga is their business. It certainly is not up to others to judge how or why one practices. The reality of our world is that we are so quick to judge one  another or throw stones at something we don’t quite understand or have never experienced for ourselves. Our job as human beings is to honor, respect and edify one another and learn to put aside all judgments.

Tryig to understand how Christianity and Yoga can be combined? Book a session by contacting me at or learn more at Christian Yoga Myth