About Liza Belle









I have been told before that my smile is infectious. For me, this is one of the biggest compliments I have ever received. I smile an awful lot now. I have actually been told by some people that I should smile less! But I simply cannot. I went through a period of my life where I didn’t smile much, at all.

I was miserable. I'm not sure everyone who knew me, knew this. But I was. Really and truly miserable.


Now I smile everyday..


And it's not a façade, or a lie. I am not covering up my woes like I used to. I really am content.

I love myself deeply, and I am excited by my rapidly-changing life! (That's not to say I never have any woes these days, I do. I just understand how to move through them with more grace, understanding and compassion towards myself than I did before. I know how to not beat myself up and trust that it will all work out in the end).


But I didn’t always feel like this. I went through much pain and suffering to get here. I hit rock bottom and pulled myself back. For 5 years in my early 20's, I went through repeating cycles of depression, health anxiety, insomnia and anorexia. I was suicidal, and I hated myself.


But I will always be entirely grateful for this experience. It taught me what darkness is, and therefore, in converse, pure lightness. It taught me that to access this light, I had to find it within myself. It showed me the only person that could rescue me (and other people did try) was myself. It forced me to dig deep, clear my shadows, work through my emotional traumas, and lean fully into my fears. It taught me that I am my greatest superpower. That all this time, I was waiting for myself.












As I stepped into myself, I realised several things:

  1. To shine my brightest light, I had to fully embrace and accept all of the corners of my being. The good, the bad and the ugly

  2. To accept myself, I had to learn about myself, converse with myself, explore myself

  3. To become emotionally stable, I had to also be in good physical health

  4. To be in good physical health, I had to spend time not just on exercise, but also self-care and rest

  5. To have good mental health, I had to understand and respect my personal boundaries. And again, rest

  6. And to be in alignment, I had to implicitly trust myself and my intuition. This was the biggest lesson of all. I had to unlearn my conditioning and retrain myself to believe that I know what is best for me. To stop following the 'rules'.


I have never been much of a rule-follower anyway. I had to find my own way.


So I healed. I healed, and I healed. I worked on myself, my mindset, my physical body, and on finding my purest light. And I moved more and more into alignment with myself.


⭐️ In my body, through movement, massage, laughter and pleasure

⭐️ In my mind, through shadow work, journaling and meditation

⭐️ And in my soul, through following my intuition, rediscovering childish play and committing to leading a life that sets my soul on Fire


This came to a peak when I landed in Ibiza this summer. I felt like I had arrived home.


And then my first online offer came to me. Yoga for Hypermobility: A Foundation Course


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Recognised Qualifications

  • 200 hr Yoga Teacher Training Course at Abhinam Yoga in Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga (alignment-focussed training)

  • VITA Love Sex and Relationships Coach (in training)

  • NLP Practitioner (in training)

  • Hypnotherapist (in training)


  • Dysfunctional Breathing, Yogacampus

  • 50 hrs Iyengar Yoga, Himalayan Iyengar Yoga Centre

  • Yoga for Stress and Burnout, Yogacampus

  • Yin Yoga, YogaLondon

  • Understanding Trauma, The Weekend University

  • Vagus Nerve Training with Jessica McGuire

  • Project Woman with Abi Adams

Informal Related Life Experience

  • Healing emotional trauma

  • Tapping

  • Shadow work

  • Ancestral healing

  • Re-conditioning

  • Chakra healing and realignment

  • Meditation

  • City life as an empath

  • Return to self-love

  • Moving with and through fear

  • Lunar living

  • Manifestation

Other formal and informal,

 life experience

  • Formal, unrelated, experience

  • Green Building Masters, Centre for Alternative Technology

  • Architecture Part 1, Cardiff University

Personal joys and preferred healing methods


  • Singing

  • Laughing

  • Skipping (try it, you cant help but smile)

  • Journaling

  • Being in nature

  • Foraging

  • Sewing, upcycling, mending, embroidering

  • Painting, crafting