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.
Alex is now an E-RYT 500 and holds a BA in Religious Studies from the University of Colorado. The focus of his studies was yoga as a spiritual technique found in various Indian spiritual traditions, and learned from scholars like Loriliai Biernacki and Ben Williams. Additionally, through the study of Sanskrit and Indian culture he has developed a deep insight into the practice of yoga and how to understand and utilize the texts associated with the tradition.
Brooke, RYT-500, is a Trauma-Informed Yoga Teacher and a naturally gifted space holder who has committed her life to empowering others on their healing journey of heart, mind, body and soul. She feels honored to serve individuals as they uncover the radiant perfection of their true nature and step into their power.
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.
Morgan Wade is a somatic healing practitioner and breathwork facilitator specializing in attachment repatterining and nervous system repair. Combining the science of relational healing with esoteric wisdom, she teaches through centering and grounding through the body, and a wicked sense of humor, helping clients restore trust and safety with themselves.
Caitlin is fascinated with the mind-body connection. She encourages engagement with students’ curiosity about their practice, by finding new places to expand the body and mind, new sensations and both mental and physical strengths. She finds it important to drive yourself to do more than you think you are able to withstand, while still balancing the effort with ease. She encourages long holds and allows students to be interactive with their own bodily alignment in postures.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Gayatri’s classes blend hatha + anatomical awareness, traditional teachings, and a sense of humor. She believes that while yoga works deeply with the body, it helps us access inner freedom, strength, and happiness. Her teaching is trauma-informed and inclusive. Gayatri’s practice is influenced by her 0 years of service and meditation at Shoshone Yoga Ashram.
Rachael’s practice has made made her both physically and mentally stronger, more capable of viewing life through a clear lens, and helped to cultivate many positive changes in her life. Her calling is to share what she has learned with others – she loves to serve as a guide on the path to realizing your full human potential. Rachael has completed her 200 hour vinyasa training and yin certification on the front range. She believes the practice of slowing down and tuning in is just as important as the heat we create with our yang practices.
Matt is trained in Alignment based Hatha Yoga and Yin Yoga. His classes focus on alignment and release in order to activate energy centers, release stuck emotions and bring awareness back to our hearts. Matt incorporates music into his classes featuring live guitar, vocals, singing bowls as well as themes around connection to the Earth, ecosystems, elements and the nature within us.
Jacob Rudolph is a Kundalini Yoga teacher. Motivated by a deep longing for Truth and the healing of suffering, Jacob has discovered the practice of prayer, contemplation, meditation, yoga, sacred sound, and the value of committed spiritual study. He has deep respect for all the major religions, and their respective saints and sages, but he is bowed in peace by the grace and love of Jesus Christ, who is his Lord and Savior.
Payton found yoga practice amidst a significant life transition. Yoga offered her needed grounding and compassion. Moved by the practice, she pursed and completed her 200-hour YTT. Trained in Vinyasa, Payton gravitates towards sequences that are energizing, supportive and sweet.
Just like nature, Carlie’s yoga practice is in constant flux. She believes that yoga can teach us, beautifully and painfully, all we need to know about impermanence. Carlie is not only interested in the process of svadhyaya, or self study, that takes place on the mat, but also how this process follows us off the mat and gets interwoven throughout our lives. As a current graduate student studying Contemplative Psychotherapy and Buddhist Psychology, she has a deep understanding of how this practice moves energy, brings presence, and simply gets us out of out heads and into our bodies!
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