How Movement Can Help You Listen to Your Body’s Needs

Our bodies tell us things about every day, but typically we wait for someone else to tell us what’s going on before we listen. In this episode, we talk about finding a way to tune into our unique body’s needs through both stillness and movement.

Elise Carter has been a student of yoga for over two decades, and a small business owner for sixteen years. She has both taught and studied with a number of inspiring yogis across the country and has accumulated additional teaching certifications in several different lineages of yoga. Elise currently holds the E-RYT 500 teaching designation, the honor given by Yoga Alliance to their most senior teachers.  She has spent countless hours in studio (both practicing and teaching), and has developed an unquenchable thirst for all things yoga. Currently, she is the owner of beFree yoga in Tyler, Texas, where she teaches several times a week and leads yoga teacher trainings.

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Key Topics:

  • How to notice what’s going on in your own body
  • What does listening to your body look like
  • Using your body’s symptoms as information
  • Deficiency vs excess: finding balance between the two
  • Beneficial movement to counter our stressful modern lifestyle
  • How to bring balance back to the body
  • Determining the movement that is right for you

Learn more about Elise and her company at or on Instagram at @befreeyogatyler.

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