The Elizabeth

Why Elizabeth? The Elizabeth is named after the owner, Sarah Elizabeth Haroldsen’s Grandmother. Elizabeth Haroldsen, who passed at 98 years old was a frontier & true example of living a healthy lifestyle. She was practicing clean eating from her own garden, daily movement and plant-based nutrients before it was mainstream. The studio is in honor of her life, examples and badassness.

The Elizabeth is a Mind & Movement Studio. We believe that health starts in the mind & intentional movement heals the body. All are Welcome. Come as you are, we have a space for you.

We offer classes tailored to meet the needs of all ages & seasons of one’s life. From beginners to experienced, immerse yourself in our welcoming space, where our dedicated instructors will guide you on a transformative journey of physical and mental well-being.

Whether you’re looking to build strength, heal from injury, create better posture, increase flexibility, find inner peace, or simply reconnect with yourself, The Liz has the class for your individual needs. Explore different styles of movement & mindfulness, from invigorating yoga flows, exploring with toddlers, healing from sound, to calming restorative sessions. Join our inclusive community and embrace the transformative power of movement in a supportive and non-judgmental environment.

All big things come from small beginnings. The seed of every habits a single, tiny decision.

-James Clear from the book – Atomic Habits

Why Consistency in your Practice ?

At The Elizabeth, we recommend weekly classes. This is why…

  • Habit Forming: The 21/90 Rule. Basically, studies have shown it takes 21 days to create a habit and 90 days to make it part of your lifestyle.

  • Life Balance: Countless studies have shown that people who exercise regularly are better able to compartmentalism different aspects of their life. This means higher productivity at work, better focus during family time and an overall increase in workout-life balance.

  • Body Image: Hitting our goals of consistent workouts not only physically improves our body, it is an achievement and boosts our confidence and body image. More self love to go around!

  • Sleep Better: Based on available studies, “We have solid evidence that does, in fact, help you fall asleep more quickly and improves sleep quality” Charlene Gamaldo, M.D., John Hopkins Sleep Center

  • Less Stress and Anxiety: Mindfulness-based exercises, done on a regular basis increases the release of endorphins and dopamine. Which increases oxygen to the brain, reduces negative effects of stress and improves mood. Studies have also shown that it improves cognitive function as well.