yoga for every body

Breath and Meditation Series

This class is taught by:

Phyllis Moses

Phyllis began her study and practice of yoga over 40 years ago. Grateful to see how yoga has unfolded over the decades, Phyllis enjoys sharing the depth and breadth of the beauty of yoga to enrich others'. She is a certified and registered yoga teacher and therapist through American Viniyoga Institute, as well as having a B.A. in Psychology, C.Ht. and has worked closely with a Buddhist teacher for the past 22 years. Phyllis elegantly weaves her knowledge of Western and Eastern thought together to create a bridge of understanding and experience for her students. For more information:

Alison Eliason

She enjoys practicing and teaching viniyoga and creating a yoga practice that meets student needs and aspirations.  

She became a certified yoga instructor in 2000 with Ellen Morell. Alison has studied locally and abroad. She spent time at the Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram in Chennai, India. And in 2008, spent time with Collette Crawford to deepen her understanding of prenatal yoga. She graduated in November of 2010 from a 500 hour Yoga Alliance certified teacher training with Laura Yon. She continues to deepen her practice of the eight limbs of yoga through personal practice, group classes and private sessions.

She currently leads classes for adults, private sessions, retreats and the instructor certification program. Alison incorporates yoga techniques into her daily life to help bring peace, balance and joy into living. She has two adult children and a supportive husband.  

Yoga has helped her to breathe easier, be aware of her body, mind and spirit, notice her fears and judgments, and based on those observations, continue in her journey to be and create peace. She invites all ages and abilities to experience the compassionate studio setting and yoga teachings at Discover Yoga. Please contact Alison at

Alison Eliason, ERYT - 500, RCYT, RPYT.

Deepen into your Being and explore various ways to expand your yoga practice. Learn to settle the mind and thereby cultivate balance in your life, utilizing ancient techniques for modern times. Yoga has eight limbs. Come and explore asana (movements), pranayama (breath techniques) and various meditation methods to move into a deeper state of Being. Give yourself a re-boot for the body, mind and spirit! All levels are welcome.
This series meets for 4 classes on Feb. 1, 8, 22 and March 1. There is no class on Feb. 15. Cost is $85.