Liz Coker, Dancing for Birth Cabot, Placenta Encapsulation Specialist
Liz is an Arkansas native currently living in the Cabot area. She is a wife to handsome hunk of a man named Sean and a mother to two gorgeous children; Addison and Asher. She is a lover of coffee in large quantities, listening to her daughter's expressive conversations and her son's contagious giggle, the smell of Fall, and the quiet of night when a good devotional can resonate the soul. Liz studied the fine art of Dance through Henderson State University, completing her studies at University of Arkansas at Little Rock also earning a Masters Degree in Social Work in 2009. Liz used her gifts of serving children within the Pulaski County Special School District as a licensed behavioral therapist for five years.
Liz has been a dancer from the beginning and taught the art of Ballet, Lyrical, Modern, Tap, and Jazz with Page & Co in Cabot from 2002-2015. Her heartbeat is dance and a strong believer that God blessed her with the talent of movement through dance. This gifting is now paired with her love of mothers and babies through Dancing For Birth and she is currently teaching new classes within the Cabot area. She was trained by the founder of Dancing For Birth, Stephanie Larson in 2016. Liz is loving the community and relationships this style of movement creates among mothers during their pre and postnatal season. She is a strong believer and advocate for movement during pregnancy due to her own experience of teaching dance during her entire pregnancy with her daughter and utilizing instinctual dance movements during the labor of her son.
Liz is also a trained Placenta Encapsulation Specialist and a testament to the benefiting factors this process offers a women and baby during the postpartum season. The difference between her two seasons of postpartum were incomparable and is one of the main reasons that she decided to become apart of the PE team with Birth by Design in hopes to inspire, educate, and support other women to experience the natural effects of this process.