ShambhavAnanda Yoga Teacher Training Instructors
Yogini received her Yoga Therapist Certification in 2016. She has her Master’s in Physical Therapy (1999) and became a certified ShambhavAnanda Yoga Teacher in 2006. She enriches all Eldorado trainings with her strong anatomy background. As an E-RYT 500 level teacher, she currently leads yoga training Levels 1-3 as well as her passion, Yoga for Healing. In her free time, Yogini enjoys family time, hiking, and baking decadent desserts!
Mokshana, E-RYT® 500, YACEP®, has been practicing yoga since 1999, teaching since 2003, and training yoga teachers since 2005 at ShambhavAnanda Yoga Eldorado. She has received all of her yoga and meditation training from ShambhavAnanda Yoga. She has offered classes to all ages in a wide variety of settings. Mokshana’s classes tend to focus on consciously creating strength while maintaining joint stability and flexibility.
Jatila began practicing and teaching yoga while serving at one of our sister centers, Shoshoni Yoga Ashram. Drawn to the benefits hatha yoga can bring to one’s meditation practice, he strives to combine movement with a deep inner focus. Jatila’s classes are all-levels with an emphasis on foundation, activation, and inner exploration.
Priya has been teaching yoga since 1998. Her classes combine a focus on both the “inner” and the “outer” experience of asana practice. Each class includes breathwork, hatha yoga poses and guided relaxation. Students’ individual needs are taken into account in each class.
Shanti began practicing yoga at age 16 after a suggestion from her physical therapist. Dealing with pain from scoliosis, Shanti decided to try it and has been in love with the healing benefits of yoga ever since. She dabbled in many different types of yoga throughout the years before discovering, and receiving multiple certifications through, the ShambhavAnanda School of Yoga. Shanti’s classes are multi-level, slow flow vinyasa yoga; focusing on building strength, flexibility and inner peace.
Amy Riley, RN, RYT-200
As a Registered Nurse and Certified Yoga Teacher, Amy has learned the value of perceptivity, compassion, self-awareness, and finding a relaxed state in the midst of challenge. After completing her RYT-200 training, she has continued to dive deep into the practice and is close to completing her RYT-500 certification. Amy practices yoga to deepen her meditation experience.