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As a trained ViniyogaTM therapist, Evan specializes in the holistic application of yoga therapy, empowering individuals to improve their health and well being through the practices of yoga. Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in adolescence, Evan began her journey with yoga at an early age in an attempt to resolve the difficult emotional and physical side effects caused by chronic
illness. Her greatest struggle has become her life’s work and passion. She attributes her own health and well being to the science of yoga therapy discovered through her journey with type 1 diabetes, her personal yoga practice, and the guidance of her masterful teachers. Class with Evan is laser focused, thoughtful and inspired by human potential. Her biggest joy in life is empowering her students to manifest their highest self, so that they may in turn share their joy with others.
TEACHERS & MENTORS:Gary Kraftsow, Gina Caputo, Rod Stryker, Ashley Turner, Leslie Kaminoff
BEFORE TEACHING:Student & world traveler
EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS
C-IAYT, Certified Yoga Therapist, International Association of Yoga Therapists,
Certified Yoga Therapist American Viniyoga Institute,
EIRYT 500 American Viniyoga Institute,
EIRYT 200 CorePower Yoga 2006,
15+ years of personal practice,
50 Hour Vinyasa Krama Rod Stryker,
35 Hour Koshas Rod Stryker,
35 Hour Yoga Nidra Rod Stryker,
100 Hour Tantra Rod Stryker,
Leslie Kaminoff Anatomy Training,
BA Spanish & Portuguese Language and Literature
Practice. Practice. Practice. And surrender...
All classes are inspired from daily personal practice, self study, and years of imprints from her senior Iyengar Yoga teachers Manouso Manos and Patricia Walden…making Trishka a conduit for these ancient and sacred teachings... to be imparted to all. Hathayoga Pradipika (I. 65 & 66) – Yoga is not obtained by a mere reading of the scriptures (Shastra’s) . . . nor by wearing the dress [of a Yogin], or by talking about it; practice alone is the cause of success.
TEACHERS & MENTORS:Manouso Manos - 1 of 2 senior most Iyengar Yoga teachers worldwide (main teacher), Patricia Walden - 1 of 2 senior most Iyengar Yoga teachers worldwide (secondary teacher) , Stephanie Quirk - Lives in Pune, India. Studies with the Iyengar family and has helped in the medical classes for the past 19 years (therapeutics/remedial teacher), Gabriella Giubilaro - senior Iyengar Yoga teacher, Ram Dass - meditation teacher and spiritualist, My children
BEFORE TEACHING:Marketing at Tourist Office of Spain in Los Angeles and NYC
CIYT, Intermediate Junior II Iyengar Yoga Certification.
C-IAYT, Certified Yoga Therapist with the International Association of Yoga Therapists.
28 years of yoga practice and study of various yogic traditions.
17 years in the Iyengar method including a 5 year teacher training program to become a certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher. Additional years of study to acquire Intermediate Junior II level of certification. Currently working on Intermediate Junior III level of certification.
4 year Yoga Therapeutics program with Stephanie Quirk covering yoga adaptations for the ankles, knees, hips, lower back, shoulders, neck; spinal pathologies; organic pathologies of the reproductive system, digestive system, respiratory system, cardiovascular system; pathologies of the brain, organs of perception and nervous system.
Travel to Pune, India more than once to study at RIMYI (Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute) with the Iyengar family: Geeta Iyengar and Prashant Iyengar. While at the Institute Trishka participated in, and assisted in the medical classes.
BA Spanish Language and Literature.
Aaron discovered yoga while working in the music industry for BMG in Los Angeles in 1998. During his 6 years in Phoenix, AZ, as co-founder of at One Yoga, Aaron studied various in-depth styles of yoga. Completing teacher training in 2000 and embracing a teaching path empowered him to develop his own unique style. Aaron believes that fusing music and yoga is a vehicle for enhancing a healthier lifestyle on and off the mat. He believes the yoga practice is a lifestyle: embracing patience, balance, and truth. His classes incorporate challenging Vinyasa flow with creative sequencing set to his unique mix of music. His honest and heartfelt classes encourage his students to use yoga as a vehicle to reduce stress, find happiness, move beyond personal limitations which empowers our spirit. Aaron travels around the country teaching workshops and trains many high-profile clients.
Alexa began her yoga journey in 2011 and quickly discovered yoga as a guide to better herself and the life she lived. As an instructor, her goal is to help bring self-awareness to her students and cultivate an immersion of yoga on theirs mats and into their everyday lives. How we present ourselves in class is a replication of how we show up each day. Alexa’s purpose is to bring her students’ attention to their bodies, tuning in and understanding its needs. She opens up space for self-discovery, manifestation of intentions and a connection between our breath and body. Together, we find a balance of strong, heated sequences and peaceful, deep releases physically and mentally.
HOMETOWN:Rocky Hill, CT
TEACHERS & MENTORS:Alicia Cheung, Oliver Reinsch
200-RYT Yoga Alliance with Yoga Works 2015 Yoga Philosophy, History and Sacred Texts with Dr. Christa Schwind BS Education and Psychology
Ali began practicing yoga in high school after a case of mono put her out of her Varsity Gymnastics season. What began as a way to gently rebuild strength quickly turned into a much larger passion. For Ali, yoga is all about connecting the physical, emotional, and spiritual bodies. Combining her training with Sage Rountree, the foremost leader in yoga for athletes, with her studies in psychology and dance/gymnastics background, Ali offers a curated class that includes both a physical workout and the time to mindfully reconnect with your higher self. By releasing tension, creating space, and discovering new ways of being on the mat, her students walk back out into the world feeling renewed, realigned, and reconnected.
TEACHERS & MENTORS:Sage Rountree, Bethany Vaughn
B.A. Psychology and Religious Studies from Elon University
A practice that explores strength, balance and flexibility. Moving in an intelligent and thoughtful manner to explore the physical edge while connecting with breath.
David began practicing yoga shortly after he moved to Colorado in 2010. He quickly developed a connection with the practice, finding a way to explore strength, balance and flexibility. He completed his Colorado School of Yoga 200 hour teacher training with Julia Clarke and Gina Caputo in 2014. His practice and teaching are grounded in exploring and learning more about the physical, mental and emotional experience that is yoga. Every day discovering new ways to connect within the union of mind, body and breath. In class you can expect to find a deep breath connection, travel through thoughtful and creative sequences, and to flip your perspective as you go upside down and play with arm balances and inversions.
TEACHERS & MENTORS:Julia Clarke, Gina Caputo
BEFORE TEACHING:Snowboard, Mountain Bike, Stand Up Paddle
Colorado School of Yoga - Integrated Vinyasa - 200 hour RYT
Eliza began her yoga journey when she lived in North Lake Tahoe in 2010, in an effort to heal from her depression and anxiety. As she practiced more, she could feel an inner healing taking place. She’s always been drawn to the mental and spiritual benefits of the practice because it is the one place she can return to complete presence; in an attempt to connect to her most loving, true self. Through creating an intelligent sequence, she aims to create a state in which students develop a deeper sense of self-awareness. She does this by moving slowly and intentionally to be able to unify the actions of the breath, the mind and the body. Rooted in Integrated Hatha Vinyasa yoga, she emphasizes the union of opposites –strength and flexibility- in each posture to support balance in her student’s lives. Her sequences are shaped like a wave – with a beginning, a peak and an ending; from simple to more complex asanas that have krama and alternatives for all levels of practice. This progression will invite students to feel congruent with how their lives are off the mat; in their natural vinyasa of life.
HOMETOWN:Mount Shasta, California
TEACHERS & MENTORS:Gina Caputo, Julia Clarke
BEFORE TEACHING:Waitress, student, world travel
200-RYT Yoga Alliance with Colorado School of Yoga, 2017,
Nectar of the Moon: A Lunar Arts of Yoga Continuing Education with Gina Caputo,
B.A. Journalism and Outdoor Adventure Leadership
Yoga, a practice that allows us an opportunity to deepen the connection to self - physically, mentally and spiritually. With a background and training in power vinyasa, I enjoy the invigorating feeling that comes during and after a class. You can expect an honest flow with space and permission to be yourself while still being challenged to dig deeper, reach higher, and go further. Be kind to yourself, be kind to one another.
TEACHERS & MENTORS:Robert Sherman
BEFORE TEACHING:Paralegal, real estate agent, studio manager
E-RYT 500 (power vinyasa)
As a transformational coach with a background in holistic health, mind-body nutrition, eating psychology, and personal development I believe that the outer changes we desire in our lives must be accompanied by an inner shift that comes with commitment to consistent heart-centered practice on and off the mat. In my flow classes you can look forward to rejuvenating and fluid sequences that leave you feeling anchored in a deeper sense of your self and more in tune with your inner landscape.
TEACHERS & MENTORS:Jessica Lazar, Shiva Rea, Shawn Parell, Marc David
BEFORE TEACHING:Research Assistant, Washington, DC based think tank
15 years of personal practice,
200hr Flow Yoga Center, Washington, DC,
300hr Prana Flow Yoga Teacher Training,
The Samudra School of Living Yoga,
Chakra Vinyasa Teacher Training,
Rasa Vinyasa Teacher Training,
Soma Vinyasa Teacher Training,
Elemental Vinyasa Teacher Training,
RYT 500 Yoga Alliance,
Certified Health and Eating Psychology Coach
Empowered self-healing through embodied self-awareness. Known for her sense of humor and invitational, inquisitive approach, Michelle creates an environment that facilitates self-exploration and deep listening, encouraging all to embody the power of choice on and off the mat. Michelle began practicing asana and meditation in an attempt to alleviate symptoms of autoimmune disease and work-related stress. She takes a deep interest in the therapeutic healing opportunities yoga can provide. Her teachings and personal practice are grounded in an unwavering foundation of love for self and others.
HOMETOWN:Syracuse, New York
TEACHERS & MENTORS:Joseph Le Page, Ame Wren, Kevin Courtney
BEFORE TEACHING:Communication designer, UX researcher, Professor
200 hour Boston Yoga School; Connected Warriors Trauma Conscious Training. Current student of the Kripalu School of Integrative Yoga Therapy
As a teacher I hope to create a space for others to share the way my practice has made me feel: supported, nurtured, challenged, empowered, confident and strong.
TEACHERS & MENTORS:Gina Caputo, Evan Soroka, Connie Borho
BEFORE TEACHING:Production and Apparel Product Development
RYT-200 Yoga Alliance Colorado School of Yoga,
Pilates Mat Peak Pilates,
Pilates Reformer Stott,
BA Art History
In 2011, Morgan moved to Aspen, first tried Bikram yoga, and fell in love with the practice of being present with and in her body. This was the beginning of a life-changing journey for Morgan, morphing into a lifestyle off the mat. Focusing on mindful movement, while demonstrating awareness, balance, strength, and flexibility are the essential skills Morgan aims to practice on the mat, to cultivate these tools for everyday life. Morgan teaches a power Vinyasa flow class, focused on strength, core muscles, arm balances, and pushing one’s limits to develop growth and accomplishment to take into life off of the mat. Her classes are full of energy, sweat, and fun, loud music. Morgan’s love for wellness, including body, mind, and spirit, is demonstrated in everything that she does. Morgan is also the Social Emotional Learning Coordinator at Aspen Country Day School. Morgan loves sharing yoga, meditation, and mindfulness with the students at her school.
TEACHERS & MENTORS:Sarah Newitt, Brené Brown, Rick Hanson, Jack Kornfield, Bryan Kest, Marlon McGann
BEFORE TEACHING:Currently the Social Emotional Learning Coordinator and Middle School Counselor at Aspen Country Day School. Previous taught French and Culinary Arts at Aspen High School.
200-RYT Yoga Alliance - Vinyasa Flow, Pilates Apprenticeship with SSN Pilates, Yoga, Movement, M.A. School Counseling from Adams State University, B.A. Secondary Education/French from Clemson University
Olivia initially came to yoga, looking for a new form of exercise in 2010. After a rock-climbing injury that led to knee surgery in 2014, she slowed down and found yin yoga. Believing the intentional breathwork, slow movements, and longer holds improved her healing, she started to view yoga as more of a healing tool rather than a "good workout." She finished her 200-hour vinyasa training in 2014 with Jessica Jollie and began teaching shortly after. Over the years, she found that balancing the slower-paced, cooling practices with the faster, heated vinyasa movements allows us to find balance in our lives on and off the mat; yin + yang. For Olivia, linking breath with movement and allowing the breath to guide brings a calm, clear, fresh, and grounding energy to life. She encompasses welcoming, fun energy into her classes and encourages her students to step out of their comfort zone and to add some fun "play-time" into their practice. Pairing fluid movements with strength-building poses and a fun playlist, she inspires her students to "drop-in" on their mat and be fully present in their bodies, exploring where they are that day and meeting themselves with love and patience.
BEFORE TEACHING:Traveling, rock climbing, hiking, & bartending
RYT-200, Mat Pilates, Sup Yoga