Our Instructors
Still Water Yoga's instructors come from a variety of different backgrounds, offering diverse styles of teaching, but all teach from a place of a love for yoga, and a love for life. We thank you for joining us!!
  1. Shannon Liebel
    Shannon Liebel
  2. Susan Glasson
    Susan Glasson
  3. Liz Norman
    Liz Norman
  4. Lauren Flower
    Lauren Flower
  5. Erin Spicer
    Erin Spicer
  6. Andrea Snyder
    Andrea Snyder

Shannon completed her 200 Hour Teacher Training with Yax Yoga Concepts in Virginia Beach, VA in 2013. In her youth, Shannon trained in artistic and acrobatic gymnastics, and she brings the playfulness of the sport into her practice. She strongly believes in the connection between mind, body, and soul, and this reflects in her Vinyasa style teaching. Although arm balances and inversions are often offered in her classes, modifications are always provided to make practitioners of every level comfortable during their practice. Shannon's classes are intended for all levels of yogis, encouraging practitioners to challenge themselves while listening to their bodies., and following their breath.
RYT 200, Stand Up Paddle Certification, Relax and Renew® Advanced Trainer

Susan has a passionate belief that the practice of yoga benefits everyone.  All ages, all bodies and all levels of experience are welcomed and celebrated at her classes. She teaches an all levels vinyasa practice with emphasis on alignment.   A shoulder surgery and long recovery taught her to listen to her body and she encourages practitioners to do the same. Susan received her 200 hour Teacher Training Certification from Lake Tahoe Yoga School in 2013. In addition, she is certified as an Advanced Relax and Renew Trainer in restorative yoga through Judith Hanson Lasater and received her 20 hour Stand Up Paddle Yoga Certification from Lake Tahoe Yoga. She is a passionate world traveler and coordinates Karma Yoga Retreats in Vietnam and Cambodia. 

RYT 200, Retired RN, Certified Lakshmi Voelker, Chair Yoga Teacher, Radiant Child Yoga Certified

At the age of 59, Liz decided to give yoga a try.  Noticing a decline in her strength, flexibility and balance, she felt like yoga might be a way to regain some of her lost abilities.  Sure enough, she found that yoga was that and much more!   Liz felt an immediate affinity towards yoga and its many positive effects, and after four years of practicing, dove head first into a yoga teacher training program, so that she could further her own practice and share the gift with others.   
Liz is trained in a hatha style yoga, with an emphasis on proper alignment.  She is certified  in Lakshmi Voelker, Chair Yoga, and Radiant Child Yoga, and has taken trainings in restorative yoga,  meditation,  yoga anatomy, and many others...there is always a hunger to learn and grow!
As a retired R.N., Liz's passion is helping people lead healthier and happier lives through the joys and rewards of a committed yoga practice.  She feels that yoga is the fountain of youth - and can be found anywhere and everywhere doing headstands
RYT 200

Laurén (pronounced "La Ren") has been practicing yoga for 10 years and has always had a passion for health, wellness, and the connection between mind and body. After confronting health complications 4 years ago, she decided she wanted to gain more knowledge about the true benefits of yoga in the healing process. In the summer of 2017, Laurén completed her RYT-200 hour training in New York City through Breathe For Change - an organization specifically focused on wellness for educators. She is currently pursuing her certification to facilitate mindfulness through meditation. As a full time online elementary teacher, Laurén is excited to integrate her love of teaching with her passion for health through yoga. In her free time, Laurén enjoys cooking, hiking, paddling, and exploring the outdoors with her husband.
RYT 200

Erin has been passionate about health, wellness and body awareness her entire life.  Starting with gymnastics and dance at a young age, Erin discovered yoga as a young adult and has maintained a consistent practice since 2005.   In an effort to gain more knowledge to be able to share this passion, Erin recently completed her RYT-200 training with Diamond Heart Yoga here in South Lake Tahoe.  She is trained in Hatha yoga focusing on foundational principles, with an added flare of Tibetan Heart Yoga philosophy.  Erin considers yoga as a lifestyle, rather than a workout routine, incorporating breath work, meditation, and philosophy into her practice and teaching style.  On any given weekend you can find Erin skydiving, skiing, road cycling, hiking, paddle boarding or playing with her dog.  

Andrea was born and raised in Northern Nevada and now lives and teaches in South Lake Tahoe, CA and Stateline, NV. Her long journey to yoga started almost 20 years ago. As an avid runner since the age of 12, Andrea struggled for years with injuries caused by the constant impact to her bones and joints. After several years of no yoga, or stretching of any kind, she finally "found" yoga again, and she hasn't looked back since. Andrea believes yoga is a valuable tool that can heal the mind and the body. With her practice, she has developed an awareness of her own body that she believes is essential to living a long and healthy life. 
Andrea completed her first 200hr teacher training in the summer of 2014, and began teaching the day she graduated. Since then, she has  also completed her RYT500 and several smaller trainings. Andrea likes her teaching to represent many styles of yoga. She teaches anything from gentle and restorative, to beginners, to several types of flow. She likes to stay open and learn from all styles of Yoga.