Emily is a E-RYT 500, receiving her training at Shoshoni Retreat Center in Rollinsville, Colorado since 2000 and teaches Hatha Yoga. Emily resided at Shoshoni where she had extensive training on the essence of yoga on a physical, mental and spiritual level. She has attended several annual Yoga Journal Conferences in Estes Park, Colorado and elsewhere. Her classes are flowing and relaxing focusing on breath work, mindfulness, calming the physical body and extension of the spine. As a registered nurse in obstetrics Emily takes a holistic approach to health and wellness encompassing the spirit, mind and body. She brings joyfulness and peace into her classes. If you are interested in prenatal yoga please call or email. Feel free to contact Emily through her email or calling The Yoga Room. email@example.com
Heather is an enthusiastic teacher who captures the hearts of all! She is a Certified Personal Trainer, Nutrition and Group Exercise Specialist. She offers wonderful yoga classes and personal training! And we are delighted to have her as part of our family! Follow her blog here: http://heatherhausman.com/blog/
Vickey Meyer, RYT 200
Vickey has completed her 200 hour training with Treasure Valley Yoga Teacher Training in Boise, Idaho. She has been practicing hatha vinyasa yoga for over ten years. She loves the openness of mind and peace of heart yoga brings, on and off the mat, and wishes to share that openness and peace with others. The world is sorely in need of compassion, but we cannot have compassion for others until we have compassion for ourselves. Vickey wants her classes to be a time where people can focus on the moment they are in and develop the compassion they need to make their worlds a bit better.
We are extremely blessed to have Matt Todd join us in covering classes for us at The Yoga Room! Matt has completed his teacher training at Shoshoni Retreat Center in Rollinsville Colorado. Matt has been practicing yoga since 2009. His classes tend to include body awareness with a touch of science and he can't resist as occasional yoga pose joke to keep things light.