Yoga Instructor, Speech & Creative Writing Teacher

Elizabeth Ernst Griffon, from Monroe, LA, is the daughter of an English teacher and granddaughter of a veterinarian, so education and community have always been a central focus in her life. She has a Bachelor’s in Animal Science and a Master’s in Teaching English and Science from Louisiana Tech and teaches Speech and Creative Writing at Ouachita Parish High School. She is also a certified yoga instructor and teaches at various local studios, gyms, and businesses in and around Monroe, including goat yoga at Double BB Farms. 

Growing Community, Saturday, March 9, 10:30 – 12:00 noon

Join us at the Back to Your Roots: Sustainable Agriculture Masterclass on Saturday, March 9th, from 10:30-12:00 AM for “Growing Community”. Registered dietitian, Valerie Costanza, will present “The Health Benefits of Eating Local”. Certified Yoga instructor and educator, Elizabeth Griffon, will speak on “Sowing Joy (and Community) with Goga”, and Conrad Cable will put forth his vision of organized local food production with “The Greater Ouachita Grower’s Network”. These three speakers will offer a full circle experience of local food and health perspectives, from educating the public, to the local production and consumption that creates our food web.