Beth, RYT 200


For Beth, yoga has been a journey of self-discovery. She started exploring and studying yoga basics in 1995 while working and camping as a field biologist in the Sonoran Desert with the Arizona Game and Fish Department. She attended her first public class in 1997. Her interest, participation and studies continued to grow as she completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training at Kripalu Center of Yoga and Health in 2009. She has complemented this with additional trainings and workshops, including Yoga Therapy and Ayurveda at the Rocky Mountain Institute of Yoga and Ayurveda, hands-on assisting and adjustments at the Shambhava School of Yoga, three week-long Anusara immersions at Akasha Yoga and Yoga Tejas and teaching inspiration with Elena Brower at North End Yoga in Boston.
Currently, Beth is refining what she is practicing, teaching and living by connecting breath, asana, mantra and chanting through Kundalini, which she is dedicated to practicing, studying and implementing. Within her practices, she aims to provide individual physical, emotional and mental growth, joy and relaxation by combining pranayama, asana and feeling through quiet stillness. This combination encourages witnessing one’s true nature more deeply and the connection to the world around us.
In addition to practicing yoga, Beth also works for Foster Grandparents of the Wyoming Rockies and Sheila Bird Farms and enjoys trail running, skate skiing, knitting, hiking, travelling and spending time with Dave, Finn and friends.