Our teachers are experienced, much-loved and each has their own special connection to Boulder’s natural spaces. Groups are capped at 10 students so you are ensured personalized attention ~ a great opportunity to expand your practice and certainly quite distinct from crowded indoor spaces!

Come Yogi Hike with us.

KayceKayce Berke

Kayce fell in love with yoga after spending two months in Mexico practicing yoga intertwined with Mayan philosophy. In 2011, she completed her 200 hr yoga alliance certification at Karma yoga center in Denver, Colorado. She currently teaches at Om Time in Boulder, CO and at the Boulder County Jail through a Restorative Justice program. Kayce is fusing the holistic healing power of yoga within her pursuit of a career in nursing.


RajSeymourRaj Seymour

It wasn’t that long ago that Raj wilderness survival skills and environmental education to kids of all ages. One day the principle at one of the high schools he worked at, asked him to lead an all girls Yoga and Meditation class. While teaching asana, Raj would theme his classes on female empowerment, body issues and self respect. After a year and a half of teaching yoga to teenage girls, it became time to begin teaching to students to which he could better relate.

After finishing the 200 hour training he wanted more and joined the Principle Based Partner Yoga Teacher Training.  Partner yoga greatly complimented his teaching and created a profound shift in his personal practice and his life.  With two certifications in hand Raj once again dove in, teaching nine classes a week plus a weekly partner yoga class. In 2009 he added Acroyoga to his practice and completed his Acroyoga Mtl certification in 2012.  It was through Acroyoga that Raj met Jason and Chelsey Magness of the Yogaslackers.  He was immediately drawn to their style of teaching and demeanor.  He will complete his Yogaslacker teacher training in June of 2013.  Raj is excited to add yet another element to his personal practice and teaching.

Raj now co-leads several teacher training programs a year and teaches vinyasa and restorative yoga classes at several yoga studios in Boulder.  He also teaches Acroyoga, partner yoga, and arm balance and inversion workshops. He also volunteers his time teaching yoga at local high schools and is on a committee looking to bring yoga into schools as an alternative to traditional P.E. classes.   Over the years he has worked on keeping a beginner’s mind which has helped him continue his education and the evolution of his teaching style to keep it fresh and inspired.

liviaLivia Shapiro

Livia is a breath of fresh air. She is uninterested in fluff and woowoo and is utterly convinced that trust, honesty and truth in ourselves, each other, and in this planet is what yoga cultivates.

Known as a ‘mystic and a thug,’ Livia is a teacher, writer, artist, spiritual activist and forever a student. Livia’s teaching ‘style’ is thoughtful, creative and progressive as she blends years of study in Iyengar and Anusara yoga, Rajanaka Tantric philosophy, body centered psychology, 5 Rhythms dance and earth-based ritual ceremony. She uses clear, articulate alignment instruction to encourage expansion in her students.

Livia’s work is dedicated to helping people ‘re-wild their body, mind, and heart through yoga’ through expansion of ranges of motion and emotion. She also helps to bridge the gap between yoga and modern psychology through educational programs that bring essential psychology tools to dedicated yoga students and teachers.

Visit Livia’s website!