We offer many styles of yoga that vary from beginner to advanced. Our teachers pour their hearts, souls and creativity into offering a challenging yet nurturing practice. Every day, we re-commit to creating a unique and inspiring experience for our students. We are a collection of teachers with diverse trainings and backgrounds and invite you to enjoy the individuality of our teaching styles.
Kelly Elle Kenworthy
Kelly Elle is the Owner of the Little Yoga Studio. Kelly Elle’s teaching empowers others to look at their relationship to themselves through conscious and reflective thought and action so that they can live in their truth, that which ignites them. Kelly also teaches private yoga lessons.
A devoted hatha practitioner for over 20 years, and a student of Sofia Diaz for over a decade, Angela guides a practice that is mindful of the physical, centered in breath and heart, and illuminates the spiritual depth that can be felt through the unfurling of the body.
Cynthia finds balance and grounding through her practice and teaching. She has an associate degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant and enjoys helping others heal by empowering them with knowledge and guidance with the goal of pain-free movement. Her alignment-based classes are thoughtfully structured to help cultivate stability and strength, so that one may discover the joy of mindful movement. Visit www.cynthiasing.com.
Bre came to yoga after a college rowing injury and quickly realized the practice is truly to come home to ourselves. Bre inspires you with exploration of breath, and reflection of mind with yogic philosophy. By incorporating personal life experiences, physiological know-how, and light-hearted humor she aims to relate the practice on terms that deepens understanding of emotions, minds, & bodies. Feel free to learn more about Bre at Breannatayloryoga.com.
Nupur stumbled into her first yoga class in 2014. She was searching for something a bit more than just a workout. She found more balance, peace, and, most importantly, more acceptance in her sense of self. Teaching yoga brings Nupur so much joy – her classes are filled with exploration, playfulness, and a space for her students to return to their spiritual home. Nupur is also a pediatric sleep consultant, baby sign language teacher and science educator who consults with and support parents, expecting parents and babies through her company called Feed Play Rest.
Cassidy came to the practice, just like everyone else, at exactly the right time. Her love of lending a helping and inclusive hand through healing journeys is displayed in her yoga classes. Her classes make yoga a moving and sacred meditation. She has a way of weaving in the seemingly “woo-woo” concepts, making them accessible and practical through her classes. To learn more about Cassidy, visit her at www.dropintoyourself.com.
Jamie Law has been a practitioner of Vinyasa, Restorative and Bhakti yoga for the past 15 years. She is also a Mindfulness Meditation practitioner and weaves those teachings into her classes. For Jamie, Yoga is a way of coming back to yourself through breathe, movement and present moment awareness. It is a time to move internally, slow down and take pause. As a New York native, her various yoga certifications have been completed at Laughing Lotus Studio NY.
Olivia encompasses the physical, mental and spiritual benefits in her practice and her teachings. Her mission is to hold a space that is both inclusive and challenging, in turn furthering the depth of breadth and body connection. Throughout her classes she works to incorporate the 8-limbs of yoga, holding the practice true to the traditional roots. For more about Olivia, visit www.indigomoonyoga.com
Ingrid was drawn to yoga to balance out her athletic endeavors 30 years ago. Ashtanga yoga helped her “get the kinks out” and the later had a strong Kundalini practice. When her Kundalini practice waned, she looked for something that provided her desire for a physical practice along with a spiritual and meditative element. As fate would have it, Avita Yoga manifested itself perfectly. Ingrid says, “It’s amazing how each Avita class delivers just what your body needs.”
After years of avid rock climbing, Carly found yoga looking for a way to balance this regular physical intensity. She quickly fell in love not just with the physical benefits of yoga, but the mental benefits and philosophy of yoga as well. Carly teaches both vinyasa + yin yoga and continues to work as an Elementary Special Education Teacher. Carly invites her students to explore the body & mind connection through intentional breath work and creative flows.
Pavanjeet is a Kundalini Yoga, Meditation and Breath-work teacher, sound healer and Western Astrologer based in Boulder. He has special training in therapeutic applications of Kundalini Yoga for anxiety, stress and depression. He offers a current perceptive and understanding to ancient teachings while maintaining their integrity and potency for clients around the world. For more about Pavanjeet, visit www.pavanjeet.com.
Julia has always felt connected to her body, soul and the natural world around her. She began studying ballet, dance and yoga from a very young age and this love of movement and expression that carries into her teaching and healing work. Julia’s daughter Mayson was born in 2013 and solidified her desire to not only nurture her own child, but to heal those within her community and the world.
Ashley Van Dyne
Ashley has been a student of Yoga and Ayurveda for 15 + years and has been sharing these practices and guiding students on their own journey for nearly 10. Her classes blend the techniques of asana, meditation, and pranayama, and Ayurveda and are designed to effect change on both the physical and more subtle, energetic levels. It is her hope that through their practice, her students find a deeper sense of embodiment, self-understanding, and contentment that supports them on and off the mat.
Katie grew up in Carbondale, Colorado. She began her mindfulness and meditation journey at the age of fourteen. Yoga is an extension of Katie’s passion for connecting with oneself and creating community. Katie’s approach to yoga remains ever focused on the physical and mental steps to empower ourselves for the future while uplifting those around us. Katie believes yoga is about mental health, joy, power, and peace.
Prabhusukh Singh PhD has been studying eastern philosophy for over 25 years including Buddhism, Taoism, acupuncture, chi kung and martial arts. He has earned a bachelor’s degree in molecular biology, a master’s degree, and a dual PhD in neuroscience and physiology. Prabhusukh Singh PhD is also an intuitive healer using deep meditative states of consciousness to help and heal others.
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