Yoga Teacher Training at Kindness

Kindness Yoga Symbol

4-WEEK INTENSIVE AT MOVEMENT RINO

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.

2019-07-08 - VINYASA 4-WEEK INTENSIVE TRAINING AT RINO 2019-07-08 - VINYASA 4-WEEK INTENSIVE TRAINING AT RINO 2019-07-08 - VINYASA 4-WEEK INTENSIVE TRAINING AT RINO 2019-07-08 - VINYASA 4-WEEK INTENSIVE TRAINING AT RINO

Details and Logistics

Location: Movement Climbing + Fitness RiNo
Address: 3201 Walnut Street, Denver, CO 80205

Dates: July 8 through August 2
Schedule: Monday through Friday, 8 am-5:30 pm

Lead Trainers: Beth Sanchez, 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)

Starting June 15, our tuition rates are increasing. Tuition will increase from $2600 to $2700 if you opt to pay in full. If you need a payment plan with a deposit, our rates increase from $3000 to $3100.

Need a payment plan? Reach out to us!

Investment includes: 
  • Kindness Yoga's teacher manual
  • Unlimited yoga at all 9 Kindness studios for the duration of the training
  • Free access to Movement's climbing, yoga, and fitness programs for the duration of the training

More Info / Registration

Ready to take the next step? Start the conversation with our staff!

Email Us to Apply




About Your Instructors


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 www.bethsanchezyoga.net for more details.


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.