Through the last three decades Eaden has explored western therapies, Native American spirituality, Eastern contemplative traditions and yoga philosophy
Everyone comes to the path of healing in their unique way. In western therapy Eaden discovered his heart, on the Native American Red Road he found spirituality, with meditation and yoga, a greater connection to all that is, and through Vedanta, an understanding that dissolved suffering and reveals the self as non-dual, awareness and love.
Eaden’s main purpose is to learn, heal, love, be and serve. He is deeply honored to share this beautiful life with his beloved Deva and children Jade, Jiah and Zane and the whole True Nature family. “There is no greater service than to realize and share who we truly are: existence – consciousness – limitless-ness.”
Eaden shares meditation, Vedanta study, and Dharma Counseling supporting clients in living their life purpose.
With Kerry teaching, you can expect to flow with the breath, to feel positively challenged as well as deeply replenished
Kerry discovered yoga after she sprained her sacroiliac joint in college and was seeking out ways to heal her back. When she signed up for her first yoga class, an Iyengar series designed to teach alignment, she felt she had found her true path. For Kerry, yoga is acceptance–going with the flow in any given situation–and devotion–to the path of evolving as a person. Kerry received her 500 hour certification through Rod Stryker’s Para Yoga in 2012 and has been teaching from a blend of traditions, including Vinyasa, Iyengar, Anusara and Restorative since 2000. She is certified to teach pre-natal and post-partum yoga, has taught for True Nature since 2008 and helps facilitate their annual 200hour teacher training.
With Kerry teaching, you can expect to flow with the breath, to feel positively challenged as well as deeply replenished. Kerry’s classes are equal parts playful and meaningful and always end with guided savasana, pranayama and meditation. You will hear about the philosophy of yoga and Ayurveda from Kerry’s approachable view, but will also enjoy healthy amounts of silence in order to better feel your practice.
Faith has been teaching yoga and meditation for over a decade. E-RYT 500
Faith began the practice of yoga when she noticed a lack of flexibility in her body and needed balance while living a very active lifestyle. After beginning with hot yoga, she found a more introspective style of yoga and began her life-long love affair with the transformational power of energy, breath, and body.
For Faith, yoga informs every moment of her life. Through yoga, she can become aware of and begin to dissolve all that stands between her and the light of wisdom and love that shines in each of us. In addition to using yoga to access deep rest, to invigorate, calm, or to balance herself, yoga allows Faith to make the best choices for herself, to know when she is on or off course, and to care for herself on all levels.
Faith studies in the ParaYoga lineage of Rod Stryker and also has studied with Judith Lasater in Restorative Yoga. Students in Faith’s Balance classes can expect movement combined with breath, meditation, pranayama, and a practice designed with a specific intention in mind. In her Restore class, students can expect a quietly transformation and rejuvenating practice while resting deeply in supported poses held for long periods of time.
Lindsay was first introduced to yoga as a sweaty “workout” and strength builder at a hot yoga studio in Denver, Colorado.
Lindsay was first introduced to yoga as a sweaty “workout” and strength builder at a hot yoga studio in Denver, Colorado. After practicing for several years, her practice expanded from the physical into a deeper personal experience, allowing her to slow down and tune into the internal world and multiple realms of yoga. For Lindsay, yoga changed her life into a meditation of motion in every moment of the day, realizing that all challenges that life hands to her can be experienced and accepted through the expansion of yoga into her daily life.
Lindsay was trained in Kripalu Yoga at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, a compassionate yoga practice for the mind, body and spirit intended for any level of practice. With Lindsay, you can expect a safe class that goes deep, accompanied by her bubbly and soothing presence.
As a dedicated wife and mom to three young boys in the Rockies, Jen led an exciting and adventurous life—but something was still missing.
As a dedicated wife and mom to three young boys in the Rockies, Jen led an exciting and adventurous life—but something was still missing. Her “jock mom” life felt full and complete, but a few insightful friends suggested yoga. After her first class, Jennifer realized what was missing: her! For Jennifer, yoga is an open space for more good in her life and a deeper connection with herself; a means for getting past competitiveness and self judgment; and a softer, hassle-free zone from which to navigate life. Jennifer has been deeply blessed by many teachers and styles, especially Erich Schiffman and Rod Stryker, as well as Seane Corn and Sarah Powers.
In Jennifer’s Hatha-style class, you are invited to go deep but not take yourself so seriously. You are encouraged honor yourself, no matter what that looks like, and find your own best teacher within. You can expect to receive and learn about love and compassion, but also learn how to feel good and have fun!
River Morgan BFA, DA and E-RYT 500, is a third generation yogini
River Morgan is a third generation yogini; a lifelong study of movement and the body has guided her 19 years of teaching. River has been featured in many publications for her yoga classes and retreats, including Yoga Journal, Forbes magazine, and as a model for the Giam and Jade Catalogues and products.
River has been blessed to have studied with many powerful teachers, including Sarah Powers, Paul Grilley, Kausthub and T.V.K. Desikachar, Robert Svoboda, Nancy Gilgoff and Shiva Rea. She was certified by Sarah Powers and by Paul Grilley in Yin Yoga in 1999 and by De West in Prenatal Yoga in 2010. River teaches private meditation, dance, Ashtanga Yoga, Vinyasa Flow, Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga, and Pre/post Natal Yoga. She also leads yoga and well-being retreats, guided yoga hikes, Gyrotonic sessions and is a wellness coach.
River’s classes are inspired by her experience with yoga, meditation, Gyrotonic and Somatics. As a student, you will be encouraged to be fully in the moment and dive into your body, mind and spirit as they truly are.
Joanne first found yoga while searching for relief from back problems, but soon discovered much more.
Joanne first found yoga while searching for relief from back problems, but soon discovered much more. While it was wonderful for her physical body, yoga also allowed her to peel away the layers of her physical, emotional, and spiritual issues. She yearned to know more and began the Integrative Yoga Therapy Teacher Training at True Nature. She has since received her certificate from Judith Hanson Lassiter to teach restorative ygoa. Day-to-day yoga for Joanne is an exercise of balancing mind, body, and spirit, which brings increased focus, a steady calmness, and the ability to find joy.
In Joanne’s classes, you can expect to learn ways of clearing, calming, and focusing the mind while opening your physical and mental body, releasing tension through asana and the flow of prana.
Nia infuses Steve’s day to day life with a balance of music, movement, and magic, and it has given him a lifestyle that promotes balance and energy.
Steve found Nia while searching for some kind of movement exercise and had also been interested in dance and healing arts. After being intrigued that Nia combined those arts with marital arts, he was invited to try a class. Four years later, Steve became a certified Nia teacher.
Nia infuses Steve’s day to day life with a balance of music, movement, and magic, and it has given him a lifestyle that promotes balance and energy. Steve teaches classic Nia, and believes strongly in the systemic, whole body/whole mind benefits of Nia. Students in Steve’s class can expect a good time, a whole body workout, and a space for them to reflect upon their body, mind, and spirit.