Vibe and Flow believes the main reason for this human experience is to learn how to tap in, rather than tap out. In the lush, coastal surf town of Cambutal, Panama, Elizabeth and Sarah will guide you through equal parts adventure, relaxation and practice techniques to help you remember how to be in connection.
Join Vibe and Flow's growing family of travelers, February 12 - 18th at the stunning beachfront Sansara Resort for seven days and six nights of movement, community and revelry.
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Elizabeth Scollan stumbled into her first yoga class in 2006 in search of a way to deal with life-long anxiety. Her mom had practiced yoga out of an old book from college for years so Elizabeth got up the courage to sign up at local LA studio, not really knowing what to expect. She left that first class amazed at how much more integrated she felt in her body and the world. It was as if someone had cleaned the camera lense and everything felt clearer and brighter. She was so in awe of the kid, funny and caring teacher who had facilitated the experience. She has been practicing yoga ever since, allowing her relationship with it to evolve and change with new life experience and knowledge.
In 2011, Elizabeth felt called to share the practice with others in the same way that her first teachers had; with love, insight, and humor. She completed her 200 hour training with Kim Manfredi at Charm City Yoga, a program deeply steeped in the ancient traditions and philosophies that pre-date the physical asana practice, which she strives to keep at the heart of all her classes. Her Vinyasa offerings are challenging, yet approachable, creatively sequenced, and aimed at getting you out of your head and more connected to your body. She loves the use of props to make the practice more accessible and to help practitioners gain a deeper awareness of how they can tap into their physical and energetic bodies.
Always a student, Elizabeth has continued to study many modalities, including meditation, pranayama, buti, myofascial release, and somatic techniques, often blending them in a single class. She is currently working on her 300 Hour YTT through Yoga Medicine led by Tiffany Cruikshanks, which focuses on working with people recovering from injury to create a daily practice to aid in their healing process. She has studied the basics of Ayurveda with Katie Silcox.
After her third child was born, Sarah begrudgingly went back to the gym and fell into the same boring repetitive work out that she'd been doing for decades. During this time a friend told her about hot yoga, so a few months later she gathered the courage to try it out. As soon as she stepped onto her mat, it was love at first asana. She knew this was it! It helped her with her lifelong spine issues and poor posture while helping her gain mobility in her body. It felt like being a kid again. Even better, were the internal benefits she began to notice. Sarah was to find freedom from some heavy medication she was on at the time, and was able to focus on a healthier lifestyle. The practice changed her life and she is passionate about helping others do the same.