Steph loves to help people realize their awesomeness through creative sequences and heart-opening chants. She has taught vinyasa yoga for 10 years in Boulder, Colorado! Her classes focus on breath and body awareness, hands-on adjustments, and heart-opening, accessible chants. For more about Steph, visit her at www.mandalamonkey.com.
Caitlin Rose Kenney
Known for holding space with a calm confidence, Caitlin Rose teaches yoga to satisfy the whole being and speaks about the physical practice as an access point for wide spread change in mental patterns, emotional states and connection to spirit. Learn more about her www.caitlinrosekenney.com.
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.
Alex is a native Coloradan. He is passionate teacher who sees and uses yoga as part of a holistic strategy for attaining lifelong health and happiness. Always deepening his understanding, Alex is now studying religion and south Asian civilizations and languages at CU. He seeks to provide practical teachings in his classes.
Hannah has a sincere passion for self expression, self-study, and intuitive movement. Hannah views Yoga as a dance between the energetic and the physical. She believes yoga is a moving meditation, which can be applied to every moment of every day. Hannah’s goal for teaching yoga is to guide students as they move away from fear and self-doubt towards the light that they already possess.
Ashley Shires, M.A., fell in love with yoga in the 1990's. She completed her first yoga teacher training with Richard Freeman in 2002, and in 2015, she combined her passions for yoga and writing, becoming a contributing editor at SF Yoga Magazine. Ashley's classes are creative and mindful. www.AshleyShires.com
April Tierney has been teaching yoga and practicing Thai massage locally and internationally since 2007. Her classes are intuitive and heartfelt, drawing from an extensive background in vinyasa, Forrest, yin, partner yoga, dance, and ecopsychology. She is also a poet, writer and lover of the wild world.
With dynamic, playful, and creative sequences that open the body, Sashi teaches a class that aims to create the perfect balance between challenge and ease; a mini-journey that leads practitioners through heat-building asana and flow into a more restorative, introspective end, so practitioners can truly let go into stillness. For more info, please visit: www.wholeheartway.com
Heather is a teacher of yoga and qigong. Her classes are held in a safe and structured environment where one can dive deeper into their practice and personal journey. Yoga has taught Heather how to navigate the ups and downs of life, how to live consciously rather than reactively and how to listen to her body.
Molly has over 7 years of experience teaching people to effectively move their bodies through yoga and skiing. She loves hiking with her pup, stand up paddle boarding on the river, and enjoying all the amazing climbing the Boulder area has to offer. Molly’s classes are flowy and powerful with a focus on connecting movement to breath.
An avid rock climber and traveller, dog lover, and mother to a precocious 1 year old, Cynthia finds balance and grounding through her practice and teaching. Her alignment-based classes are thoughtfully structured to help cultivate stability and strength, so that one may discover the joy of mindful movement. For more about Cynthia: www.cynthiasing.com
Prabhusukh Singh PhD
Prabhusukh Singh PhD teaches Kundalini Yoga for Rapid Transformation:Classes focus on encouraging yoga students to cultivate their own personal growth. Students will energize the physical body using pranayams, kriyas, mantras, meditations and the gong to clear blocks holding them back and dive deeper into the subtle nature of the human being.
Mahadev’s practice began only as a way to gain flexibility, but quickly realized that there was much more happening. He believes yoga continues to reveal itself to the practitioner as they become ready for the next teachings in their personal evolution. Mahadev also provides support as a professional counselor and a Mind Energy Body Transformation Guide.
Eva Rich landed in Boulder from the cornfields of the midwest, where she received her 200-hr classical yoga certification and her 85-hr prenatal/postnatal certification in Chicago. Her aim is to guide each student back to their own inner teacher through a centered, balanced practice. For more about Eva: www.elouyoga.com
Brooke McNamara holds a BA in Creative Writing and an MFA in Dance. She teaches Yoga on faculty at Naropa University, and is ordained as a monk and empowered as a dharma holder in the Zen Buddhist lineage of Diane Musho Hamilton, Sensei. Brooke can be reached through www.FeedYourVow.com.
Kathleen believes yoga is a tool we can use to remember how amazing it is to be here. Her classes involve fine-tuned exploration of anatomical landscapes, rhythms to encourage breath connection, and moving meditations on choice-making. For more about Kathleen, visit ksheayoga.com.
During Macy’s first yoga class she found her mind entering peace, her breathing more controlled, and her shoulders unwinding; this freedom was new to her. From this point on, yoga became her sole focus as a way to improve oneself and connect to something greater. She brings a mixture of Forrest yoga and strong vinyasa to her teaching.