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Tina Nardi

Yoga Instructor
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Tina has been practicing yoga for 10 years. In 2008 she began teaching yoga to fellow employees at Black Diamond Equipment and successfully co-created a yoga community there. After completing a 600 hour yoga teacher training with D'ana Baptiste in 2009, Tina knew that she wanted to share her passion of yoga to fellow athletes. As a skier, biker, and climber herself, Tina brings powerful strength building poses and breath awareness to her students. Tina teaches yoga Monday nights at 6pm.
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Ashley Lauren Brown

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Ashley is a Utah native with a passion for outdoor exploration. She has been practicing yoga for 10 years and received her 200 hour training through School Yoga Institute, in the ancient forests of Yosemite. Through yoga and meditation practice she has learned the power of acceptance, living in the moment and self love. The body awareness learned in yoga practice has enhanced her enjoyment and performance in snowboarding, wakeboarding, and rock climbing. The parallels between rock climbing and yoga is what got her hooked on climbing 5 years ago. Her class will incorporate an awareness of the present and dialing in the breath to overcome sensation and mental chaos.Ashley teaches yoga Thursdays at 12pm.
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Becky Richter

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Becky is a passionate yoga Instructor with training in yoga, ayurveda, and fitness. She enjoys inspiring others to be present in the beauty around us and in our own minds. Becky believes that yoga is practice that teaches us how to connect the mind, body, and breath to become the truest versions of ourselves.With a committed practice to asana, the physical practice, she aims to keep her body mobile. But more importantly, her commitment to mediation and pranayama aim to tap into a more conscious mind. After 12 years of practicing and 2 years of teaching she is drawn to teach yoga to pass on all that she has learned thus far. Always being a student first, curious in new aspects of these ancient traditions. 200 hr. certified, AAFA certified, and Ayurvedic practitioner.Becky teaches yoga Wednesday nights at 7pm.
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Cheryl Anders

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Originally from NY, Cheryl has been enjoying life in the west for the last 13 years. She started practicing yoga regularly by recommendation of her physical therapist after a back injury in 2008. Not only was her physical body healing, but she experienced balancing effects that permeated all the layers of her being. In 2013 she earned her 200hr Vinyasa Power Yoga certification in Avon, CO. Yoga has taught her so much more than just the physical poses, she has learned how to listen more keenly to others and herself, act full heartedly, and share authentically. From deep restorative classes to advanced asana flows, Cheryl loves teaching a variety of classes weaving in the philosophies, and techniques she has learned along the way. She looks forward to being a student for life, learning through all life's changes, and experiences. 500hr RYT: 300hr Kripalu Ayurvedic Yoga Teacher, and 200hr Vinyasa Power Yoga Teacher
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Mary Bates

Substitute Yoga Instructor
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Mary has an infectious joy and love for life and aims to share her passion through yoga. She has been practicing since 2004 and was inspired to take her 200hr training in 2014. She is currently continuing her teacher training education and will receive her 500hr certification in June 2017 through Avenues Yoga Studio in Salt Lake City. Mary focuses her classes on mindfulness and living life with intention. She believes that our connection to the breath can link the mind body and spirit creating stability and balance throughout our lives. Mary is from Utah and has a deep love for the outdoors. She spends her free time rock climbing, mountain biking, backpacking, snowboarding and backcountry skiing.
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Alison Modrovsky

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Alison began her practice of yoga in 2010 while attending university in Boulder, Colorado. What began as an attempt to ease the pain of a chronic back injury, yoga turned into something much more than just a physical practice for Alison. She has found yoga to be a true path of healing physically, emotionally and spiritually. With focus on breath and the subtleties that reside throughout the body, Alison takes a slow flow, body led, mind eased approach to yoga. Mixing various forms of yoga, her style artistically leans towards traditional hatha style yoga. Alison received her 200-hour teacher certification with Peter Francyk in Salt Lake City, Utah.