Yoga Teacher Training at Kindness

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Denver, 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.

2019-03-30 - VINYASA 10-WEEK TRAINING: SPRING 2019

Details and Logistics

Location: Kindness Yoga South Broadway
Address: 1947 S. Broadway, Denver, Colorado 80210

Dates: March 30 through June 2
Schedule: Saturdays and Sundays, 9:30am-6:30pm

Lead Trainers: Peret Martellini, Beth Sanchez
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

Peret Martellini

Peret Martellini, ERYT 200, RYT 500

Peret started practicing yoga in 2006 to regain flexibility after a hip replacement surgery. After her first class, she realized that yoga is about much more than flexibility. She was hooked and found herself on a spiritual journey that brought her to teacher training in 2011. She has studied Hatha, Vinyasa, Iyengar, Anusara, Restorative yoga, and Yoga Therapy. She is deeply interested in helping people find balance and strength through yoga and meditation. "I couldn't bend down far enough to tie my own shoes when I started yoga, so I understand both how difficult and how amazingly rewarding this practice is." Peret finds immense joy in teaching people how to reconnect with their bodies and heal themselves.
Beth Sanchez

Beth Sanchez, ERYT-200

Guripriya Beth Sanchez is an alignment-based Hatha/Vinaysa Teacher, Ayurveda Lifestyle Consultant, and Cooking Instructor. She is dedicated to supporting the evolution of her students on their journey personally and collectively as participants in the broad human awakening. She has been teaching since 2001 and counts Tias Little and Richard Freeman as her primary yoga influences. Beth is a Buddhist practitioner in the tradition of Venerable Thich Nhat Hanh and loves to incorporate Buddhist Dharma and Mindfulness practice into her teaching. Veteran Ayurveda Practitioner Alakananda Ma is her Ayurveda teacher and spiritual mentor. She is also invigorated by the Adviata teachings and articulated by Adyashanti, and Rupert Spira as well as the vision of the philosopher and sacred activist, Charles Eisenstein. Beth's style of teaching has been described as Mindful Hatha/Vinyasa with anatomical depth, nourishing adjustments, contemplative support, and emphasis on communal synergy. She also loves to sing together! She invites practitioners seeking community, meditative awareness, healthy engagement in the world of form, and depth in their relationship to life. Visit for more details.