WELCOME YOGIS AND YOGINIS.
You’ve fallen in love with your practice.
Now you’re ready to take it to the next level.
Imagine immersing your head and heart in the practices, philosophy, and lifestyle of yoga.
Imagine awakening your inner power and peace.
Imagine saying yes to a life of transformation and celebration.
The only thing we’re waiting for is you.
200 Hour Teacher Training & Empowerment Course
Join us for our yoga alliance certified 200-Hour training where you will spend your weekends learning, expanding, and growing in community with like-minded yogis.
Our program includes:
Therapeutic vinyasa, restorative yoga, meditation, and pranayama
Anatomy, physiology, and asana workshops
Yogic philosophy and psychology based on classical tantra and balancing masculine/feminine energy
Prana and the subtle body
Ayurveda, the five elements, and self-healing
Introduction to yoga therapy tools and applications
One-on-one student mentorship and coaching
Awakening the inner teacher and developing skills for teaching with confidence and grace
Unlimited classes at the studio during your training dates
Much, much more!
Early Bird $2500 (ends August 1st)
$250 deposit (payment plans available)
September 20th (5:30-8:30p)
September 25th-29th (7a - 6p)
October 9th - 13th (7a - 6p)
Oct 23rd - 27th (7a - 6p)
Nov 1st - 3rd (7a - 6p)
Thursday Practice Teach & Sadhana
October 3rd, (3:45p-8:15p)
Oct 18th (3:45p-8:15p)
Oct 31st (3:45p-8:15p)
Tuesday Zoom Lectures
October 1st, (5:30-8:30p)
October 15th, (5:30-8:30p)
October 29th, (5:30-8:30p)
Please note that some times & dates may slightly shift depending on our studio schedule.
this training is for…
Students who are ready to take their yoga practice to the next level. Students who yearn for more heart connection, spiritual growth, and physical vitality. Individuals who are natural healers, leaders, and nurturers. Students who have envisioned themselves, in some way or form, sharing yoga with others.
this training is not for…
Students who are unable to commit the time and energy necessary to the program may find it as challenging. While this training is therapeutic in nature and has self-development and growth at its core, our main intention is to prepare you to step out into the world as a healer, leader, and yoga instructor. Students who do not have a high level of physical and mental resilience may struggle and need to consider additional support. Please reach out to us if you’re unsure if the program would be a good fit for you.
This course is intense and time consuming. There will be weekly coursework to be completed in between weekends. Please be ready and able to commit to the time and intensity of the program. If you wish to be certified via yoga alliance, no weekends may be missed.
If you feel that you are ready to commit the time, heart, and energy of yoga teacher training, we’d love for you to apply.
Led by Kaity Rose, C-IAYT & ERYT-500
Kaity Rose is the founder of Wild Earth Yoga Therapy and co-owner of Loveland Community Yoga in Northern Colorado. In addition to teaching yoga, Kaity is a yoga therapist who works privately with clients suffering from anxiety and chronic pain.
Kaity guides her students in deepening the connection between body and mind. She specializes in trauma-informed yoga therapy, Ayurveda, and functional movement therapy.
Kristen Lassiter, ERYT-500
Kristen is an E-RYT 500 (certified by Jason Crandell in 2017), but has primarily taught Vinyasa yoga since 2009 and was initially attracted to this discipline due to connection of breath with movement of the body. However, she is also trained in hot yoga, yoga with weights, TRX, Yin/restorative yoga & pre natal yoga as well as guided meditation and chanting. Her strengths as an instructor include being able to teach clarity of asanas (poses) with in any size class, offering different modifications/intensifications for different levels of practitioners, and educating students on postural alignment with an intention to never make yoga appear intimidating. She places emphasis on making an individual's yoga practice one's own and encourages students to take their practice to a level in which they feel safe, yet challenged.
Ena Rodriguez, C-IAYT, ERYT-500, iRest® Teacher
A full time yoga therapist, Ena has been teaching since 2000, her initial years in LA and Orange County. She owns Treetop Yoga Therapy, a private practice in Fort Collins since 2011. Ena’s specialty is trauma recovery, surgery and injury rehab and chronic pain. She has had past and presents contracts with InnerBalance addiction recovery center, Cheyenne and Fort Collins Veterans Affairs, Larimer County Victims Advocacy and Adolescent Diversion Programs, Alzheimer’s Association, among others. She has trained teachers in 200, 300 and 1200 hour programs statewide as well as Colorado psychotherapists. She holds a certificate in iRest® Yoga Nidra, a neuro-mindfulness protocolused by the military since 2006. Mother to two fabulous children, her youngest teen still home, her teaching style is humorous, accessible and always based deeply on personal experience.