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MEET THE TEAM

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Susie has a BS Degree from San Diego State University in Kinesiology with a specialization in Fitness, Nutrition and Health. She also practiced as a Physical Therapist before starting to balance a healthy lifestyle with the demands of a young family. After years as a gymnast turned marathon runner, turned triathlete, Susie began her yoga practice in 2009. She quickly discovered a regular yoga practice could reduce stress, heal injuries and deepen her connection with what she valued most in life. After years of practice as a student, Susie was ready to take her yoga to the next level—as an instructor. She achieved her Yoga Sculpt Teacher Training certification through CorePower Yoga , 200 hour teacher training through Kindness Yoga and has also completed training programs with SilverSneakers and Dynamic Systems Rehabilitation. Most recently, Susie and her husband Greg became the new owners of TCY.

Whether creating custom classes for individuals with disabilities/injuries or facilitating group yoga classes, Susie draws upon her physical therapy background to create a fun and mindful practice for her students. Her love and passion for yoga shine through.

When Susie is not at the yoga studio she enjoys shorter runs, playing tennis, watching her son play baseball for MSU or relaxing in Maui.

Patsy grew up in the mountains of Colorado leading an active lifestyle. She enjoyed lifting weights and Rollerblading almost daily. Working the evening shift at the hospital, her philosophy was to “play” at the beginning of her day when she was energized and to earn a paycheck while she “recovered”. She moved to Denver in 1996 and earned her B.S. in Business Management from the University of Colorado. She is passionate about wellness and nutrition and enjoys studying these topics. Looking for a new workout, she discovered yoga. She attended classes for the exercise and found herself driving home afterward in a state of bliss. With regular practice she experienced less stress and back pain.
 
After falling in love with cycle/yoga, she began her training in the Fall of 2009.  She has since been trained in yoga sculpt and is certified in TRX, Barre, Tabata Bootcamp and a 2nd 200 hr yoga certification.
 
Patsy enjoys teaching new students and gets excited when a student accomplishes something they didn't think they could do.  
Megan enjoys sharing the benefits of asana, breath, movement and community. She believes yoga has the power to help us feel more centered and harmonious within our minds and bodies. She leads a strengthening, alignment based flow and hopes that students leave class feeling accomplished and nurtured.

She stumbled upon The Cycling Yogi as a student in 2010. "I am so grateful to have found TCY, it is a true joy to continue to grow in this community". Megan stays busy as mom, making time for skiing, camping, hiking, biking with her husband and being outside with her two kids and golden retriever.

Kerri was born in the Deep South in Augusta, GA and raised in the heart of America in South Bend, IN. Her unique blend of southern charm and Midwest work ethic has continuously driven Kerri with a competitive, compassionate, and caring energy throughout her life and career.
 
Kerri's endeavors have included achieving her Masters in Speech Pathology, working as a certified Speech Therapist in both the health care and educational settings, raising 3 beautiful children and most recently becoming a fitness instructor. She completed the Burn at the Barre training and received her certification in the Fall of 2012, spin certification in 2013, completed her 200 hour yoga teacher training in August of 2014 and power yoga extensions training in the Spring of 2015.

Kerri first discovered her desire for fitness competing in track, basketball, and softball as a young girl. She played softball at the Division 1 level at Ball State University. Kerri continues to have a passion for activities such as running, cycling, and yoga and continues to personally pursue these activities as a recreation, discipline, and as an important element of her lifestyle.

Kerri completed her Cycle/Kore training in the spring of 2013. She loves how a cycling class makes her feel energized and truly enjoys seeing her students benefit from their workout.

Kerri strives to make her classes inviting and fun yet challenging.

Kelly is a Colorado native who enjoys every minute she gets to spend outside. Her energy, spirit and passion for teaching are some of the many characteristics Kelly possesses. Kelly recently joined The Cycling Yogi family a few months ago and couldn’t be happier to be a part of such an amazing community. She currently teaches cycle classes as well as cycle/ yoga 30/30 classes. If you’re looking for an energetic, upbeat class full of fun moves, eclectic beats, sweat and a lot of laughter, she’s got the class for you! “
Sarcastic, irreverent, and droll in demeanor and callipygian in appearance (and deeply humble), Jill is as atypical a yoga instructor as one could find. For one thing, she hates kale. She knows it's good for her, though, so she suffers it. The same is said of chair pose.

Jill came to yoga to heal what she often called irritatingly persistent knee injuries. It was the same knee, but different injuries each time. ("Well, thankfully it's not my good one" was her mantra.) But as her knee healed and she could once again stomp without a limp, other aspects of her life become more aligned and easier as well. A lightness in step crossed over to what one of her favorite authors would refer to as a lightness of being. In that regard, Jill absolutely believes in and is grateful for the healing power of yoga.

But she also believes, first and foremost, that yoga should be a safe and judgment-free zone where people can have fun and make their practices their own. Every body is different, and no pose looks the same. Every person comes to yoga for a different reason. And as such, Jill frequently says, "It's just yoga, y'all." If a yogi wants to spend an hour in Savasana, she absolutely would not care.

Dennis is a native of Colorado.  He loves Colorado for the sports, the outdoors, the arts and restaurants.  He found yoga after trying several different exercise classes.  "After taking my first yoga class I felt a shift in my entire body.  The strength, balance, flexibility and ability to focus all were a challenge and I felt this overwhelming calmness that was new to me."
 
Dennis teaches a Vinyasa flow and believes yoga is not just a physical practice but a lifestyle.  His goal is to show you that any of life's challenges can be overcome through the practice of yoga.  Come enjoy a life changing class with Dennis today!

Paula is a Colorado native having been raised on a peach orchard in Palisade. This cultivated a deep connection to being outdoors and appreciating the gifts of nature.

Her first yoga experience was in 2000 when she tried a Bikram class. It wasn't the class that sold her on yoga, but the teacher who influenced Paula to explore what else yoga had to offer and ultimately pursued her teacher training in Yin & Vinyasa styles of yoga. Paula's favorite part of being a yogi is there is a yoga for all ages and stages of life and feels like her practices is always evolving based on her own life's experiences.

Paula holds a masters degree in exercise physiology and teaches in the Human Performance & Sport department at Metro State University. She is a certified Wellness Coach and Personal Trainer, but her true education has come from raising four boys!

Heidi joined the Cycling Yogi team in November 2016 as a cycling instructor. She has spent the last 30 years of her physical therapy practice working with children who have disabilities and their families to enhance community participation and independence. She earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree and Doctor of Philosophy in Pediatric Science degree from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions. She is an Associate Professor at Regis University and has worked with community rehabilitation teams in the United States, Nicaragua and Peru.
 
Her work and life experiences have taught her to have gratitude for her health, family and community.  In her free time, she is skiing, cycling, running, swimming and spending time with her husband and 3 children. She is excited to share her love for health & wellness with the Cycling Yogi community.
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