Yoga/Qigong: is a nonaerobic exercise program of precise posture, breathing exercises, and meditation combined with slow, flowing energy movement that improves strength, mindfulness, and relaxation. The practice may reduce blood pressure, cholesterol, risk of falls, anxiety, stress, and pain.
Sarah Elizabeth Levitt, B.S, E-RYT 500, C-IAYT, CQI
·HCI Cancer Wellness Group Fitness Instructor, Yoga, Qigong, Tai Chi·Yoga Alliance E-RYT 500, A.S., CQI. Yoga teaching certification with Dana Baptiste, certified Senior Level Qigong Instructor with Tai ChiHealthways, Mindful Schools Foundations certificate, Yin Yoga training with Dina Amsterdam, Training in Street Yoga for at-risk youth, Chakra Healing certificate from Sacred Healing Centers with Anodea Judith, Grief and Loss studies with Dr. Alan Wolfelt, Ayurveda Studies with Dr.P. Sathyanarayanan, BAMS at Aditya Ayurveda Hospital in Kerala, India.·Areas of Expertise: Five Element and Meridian Theory, Yin Yoga, Medical Qigong (self-regulation therapy), Hatha Yoga, Ayurveda, Yoga in a hospital setting for pediatric and adult patients, Yoga for grief and loss and Yoga for recovery. Sarah Elizabeth teaches Yoga and Yoga/Qigong for the Huntsman Cancer Institute, Primary Children’s Hospital and Intermountain Healthcare, specializing in yoga for cancer patients, care providers and healthcare staff. Sarah Elizabeth is also a faculty member at InBody Academy, a yoga teacher certification program. She has been practicing yoga since 1994, teaching since 2007 and is a strong advocate for accessible yoga that can benefit people of all ages, sizes, shapes and abilities.