His goal as a fitness instructor is to help push and facilitate you to reach whatever goals you have set for yourself and to help you make new ones once they’re achieved! He prides himself on being a motivator and helping you love fitness and exercise as much as he does! He looks forward to pushing you to your limits and helping you to reach success and achievement at Om House Yoga and Wellness!
Emily first found yoga during her sophomore year of high school when she took yoga P.E. However, she didn't fully find her passion for the practice until three years later in 2014 after experiencing the European culture, which lead her to want to live a healthier lifestyle. She found her way back to yoga and took up a daily practice. Emily soon discovered that yoga practice not only helped her physical health, but her mental health as well. Amazed at how it affected the way she viewed herself and her relationship with the people and world around her, Emily knew that she wanted to share that feeling with anyone she could. After practicing on her own for almost two years, she found her way to a local yoga studio in 2016 in Santa Barbara, CA, where she completed her 200hr YTT. Emily is very grateful for her yoga practice and is excited to be a part of other's yoga journeys. She enjoys doing handstands and playing with her pup, Oreo.
Gina took her first yoga class in 2012 and was instantly hooked after experiencing the transformation yoga had on her physically, emotionally, and spiritually. She followed her passion to share yoga and it's benefits with others and, in May of 2014, completed a 200 hour power vinyasa training through Mindstream Yoga. She strives to make each class accessible to all levels, encouraging students to find their own personal edge. It is when you push yourself to your edge, stay and breathe through, that change happens. As a teacher she encourages students to be aware of natural patterns and habits on the mat, taking with them what they learn to use in life off the mat. She is passionate about music and brings that love to her yoga class. There is nothing better than a well deserved shavasana with some Pink Floyd playing in the background. She enjoys sharing and bringing into the class tidbits from whatever books she is reading...always striving to leave students with something to contemplate and use to fuel further growth. In May of 2017 she completed a yin yoga intensive. She is excited to continue learning and teaching more, through workshops, advanced trainings, and retreats.
A Chicago native who now calls Fort Collins home she is the mother of 3 active kids. When not practicing yoga, she is outdoors enjoying the beauty of Colorado, biking, hiking and doing other outdoor activities.
Haley has lived in Fort Collins her whole life and is proud to be able to make her dream of becoming a yoga instructor happen in her home town. Haley received her 200 Level Yoga Certificate while attaining her degree of Associate of Applied Science in Holistic Health. Her passion for yoga and the holistic way began when she was pregnant with her daughter. She began taking her yoga practice seriously to help with discomfort and pain throughout the whole pregnancy. With personal success in many areas, Haley continued her education to learn as much about the mind, body and soul as a whole. Through this education, Haley found a deep passion to heal many parts of herself physically, mentally and emotionally. Yoga became a positive part of her daily life in order to maintain a balance. Through this personal growth, she found an aspiration to be able to help others start their own journey. Haley's passion for this way of life is expressed through her teaching to help people of all ages receive the benefits and balance that yoga can bring. Yoga has been such a beautiful part of her life and she hopes to bring that into each one of her classes.
Haven Nelson first discovered her passion for yoga in her mid teens. Ever since she has been drawn to helping others flourish in their own discovery of yoga. She completed her 200 hour yoga teacher trainer through Front Range Community College. She is also finishing up her Associates of Applied Science with a focus on Holistic Health. She loves taking her holistic education and applying it to her teaching to help heal and strengthen the connection of mind and body. Outside of yoga, Haven expresses herself through rock climbing, hiking, painting, and traveling.
Linda Believes/said: "Yoga should be practiced by all and not just the hyper flexible folks that have a job working for Cirque du soleil. So many of our yoga poses are actually physical therapy exercises for many different physical issues. Stress is the #1 cause of disease in our country which can be rectified by a regular de-stressing yoga practice. Linda was introduced to yoga in the 1970's and instantly fell in love with the practice. Since then she has participated on and off until 6 years ago when she decided to get her 200 hour yoga teacher certificate. She is currently enrolled in her 500 hour teacher training with Kindness Yoga in Denver. Keeping the body healthy has been a passion for her. Linda has a Bachelors of Science degree in Kinesiology and has been a personal trainer for about 20 years. Her specialty is working with people after they have been released from physical therapy, chronic conditions and working with the senior population. Linda's study of yoga has been with an emphasis on slow flow, Yin, restorative, therapy balls and meditation. She enjoys teaching in a class setting or private yoga sessions."
My classes combine the physical practice of yoga with meditation and inspiring affirmations with the intent to strengthen not only the body, but the mind and spirit as well.
I have been blessed to have my knowledge and growth nurtured by many great teachers. I hope to pass on the practice of yoga in its purest form and share with my students the gifts that yoga has given to me.
Yoga encourages us to approach our lives with understanding and grace. This is what I have experienced and this is what I teach...