Liz Glover Wilson
"Yoga is a healing remedy that comes from within ourselves."
As the Founder of Stone Wave, Liz Glover Wilson believes in holistic wellbeing. At Stone Wave, we are focused on merging yoga and art in Liz's vision of creating an environment that focuses on the mind-body-spirit connection. Yoga strengthens our bodies, helps us manage stress, and improves our self-image. Yoga at Stone Wave is community based and focuses on bringing accessibility and opportunity to residents of the Mid-Hudson Valley.
All are welcome!
Liz Glover Wilson, who holds an RYT-200 Yoga and Prenatal Yoga certifications, believes that the art of pranayama can center us and a regular yoga practice can heal. As a long time practitioner of Yoga and a lover of nature, Liz has a deep-seeded commitment to the art of self-discovery and healing.
Raised by two deeply devoted Christian parents, Liz spent her entire childhood in the church environment. This instilled a deep sense of community and care in her. As an adult, she found that her practice of Yoga was at times misunderstood by the Christian community. Through her years of practicing and learning more about the Hindu roots and vedic teachings of yoga, she became more committed to making Yoga accessible to all communities, religious or not, who sometimes struggle with ancient yogic philosophies and how they relate to their own spiritual journey. As author Nancy Roth says, "Since the human body does not vary according to religion, it is not surprising that exercises which originated in Hinduism can be readily incorporated into other theological contexts."
Liz’s history has brought her to her vision for Stone Wave, and her philosophy, which is “come as you are!” Liz is committed to offering classes to all ages, cultures, religious beliefs and physical abilities. She truly wants ALL to be able to benefit from the practice of yoga.
As Liz says, “One of the things that I love the most about teaching yoga is observing the energy shift in people by the end of class and knowing each class has given them more expansion and breath; affecting their lives in a positive way.”
Right next door to Stone Wave Yoga is an arts center. Established in 2016, Sunflower Art Studios is a non-profit focused on bringing accessibility to the arts in the Mid-Hudson region and generating opportunities to support a broad scope of creative activity to residents of all ages.
Liz teaches: Yoga Fundamentals + Sunrise Yoga + Core + Sculpt + Evening Flow Vinyasa +
Private Group Classes + Workshops