Yoga Teacher Training at Kindness

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15-WEEK TRAINING: SPRING 2019

Aurora, Colorado


A well-rounded training emphasizing Denver’s most popular asana style: vinyasa (meaning “to place in a special way”).

Develop your skills with our signature core curriculum. Focus on creative and effective sequencing, pose knowledge, pranayama (breathwork and breathing cues), demonstration, assists, taking the seat of the teacher, and much more.

2019-02-11 - VINYASA 15-WEEK TRAINING: SPRING 2019

Details and Logistics

Location: Kindness Yoga Stanley Marketplace
Address: 2501 Dallas Street #124, Aurora, Colorado, 80010

Dates: February 11 through May 24
Schedule: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 10 am-2 pm

Lead Trainers: Christine Miller, Kim Soults
Emphasis: Vinyasa Flow

Investment: $2600 (single payment) OR

$3000 ($500 non-refundable deposit secures your place; $2500 balance due by start of training)

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Investment includes Kindness Yoga's teacher manual and unlimited yoga for the duration of the training.

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About Your Instructors


Christine Miller

Christine Miller, RYT-200

After managing wellness programs in the corporate healthcare industry, Christine transitioned to teach yoga full time so she could study, practice and promote the most vital relationship of our life.... mind and body. Christine is an avid student of all things movement, including yoga, writing and breath. Her classes combine safe alignment, informed by Anusara and SriDaiva studies, creative sequencing and reflective thought. Christine is known for her poetic approach of inviting universal truths into the movement and breath of the collective. She's created a series of yoga and writing workshops to offer deeper access to the relationship between contemplative practice and creative engagement. Her great many loves include dancing, hanging with her puppy Crosby-girl, writing: pen to paper the old fashioned way, travel to foreign lands and anything that loses her in nature.


Kim Soults

Kim Soults, E-RYT 200, RYT 500

A former professional ballet dancer, Kim was drawn to yoga's therapeutic properties over ten years ago when she rediscovered her relationship with her body through yoga. Kim as been teaching in the Denver area since 2012 and has quickly skyrocketed leading workshops and trainings for yoga teachers and health professionals in respected studios and festivals across Colorado. Kim specializes in Adaptive Yoga as trained by Matthew Sanford, whose work with the mind-body connection has influenced all of her offerings. Kim seeks to make the tremendous healing properties of yoga accessible to all.