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  • Liz Snyder

    Liz Snyder

    Liz Snyder, E-RYT 500 hr, is a co-owner of HOME power yoga Cranford & Summit in New Jersey, founder of Project HOME Power Yoga, a 501(c)(3) organization, and a lululemon ambassador. She is a 1,200 Hour Tier 3 Baptiste Certified Teacher, and is about to lead her seventh teacher training at HOME power yoga!

    She graduated from Franklin and Marshall College in 2013 as a Business and Psychology major, captain of the Women's Basketball, and administrative assistant for the Men's Lacrosse Team. Although first introduced to yoga in high school by her mother, she started doing yoga really consistently her freshman year to support her sports career & busy school-work schedule. The first summer out of college, she did her first Baptiste Yoga training and fell in love with teaching.

    She completed Baron Baptiste's level 1, level 2, & level 3 week-long trainings, as well as Art of Assisting and Advanced Art of Assisting. She graduated from the Baptiste Fit to Lead year-long training program held in Utah, a training that is designed to teach teachers how to lead Baptiste inspired trainings & is led by Baron Baptiste. She assisted Baptiste week-long trainings led by both Paige Elenson & Baron Baptiste. She also taught and trained at the only Baptiste affiliate in NYC, Lyons Den Power Yoga.

    She is passionate about service and the effort to make yoga accessible for all people. In March 2016, she traveled to Kenya, where she volunteered to assist a Baptiste teacher training to benefit Africa Yoga Project. Africa Yoga Project (AYP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to training yoga teachers in Africa to teach free yoga classes throughout the country. She has raised and personally donated thousands of dollars to AYP, and spent over a year with them, mentoring a yoga teacher from Sierra Leone. It was this experience that sparked her first non-profit, Project HOME Power Yoga, which she founded in 2020.

    She teaches a challenging and accessible power flow, focused on increasing strength, flexibility, and possibility. Her mission is to use yoga as a vehicle to serve people & the world.