Nikki Sjoden

My yoga journey started in my early 20's and being a former gymnast I felt right at home! Since then, my practice has continued to evolve alongside me through my transformational life journey. I find myself craving a more traditional yoga practice that focuses on using the breath to slow down and find presence in each moment, this is the energy that you'll receive from my guidance too.
I've learned that when I prioritize self care and live with intention, this creates more alignment within my life and allows me to receive all the energetic abundance that's available from the universe.

I absolutely love incorporating life teachings and inspiring messages in my guidance so that yogi's leave our work IN session feeling more empowered physically, mentally and emotionally.

I'm very passionate about using dynamic tools to connect our mind, body & spirit so that we may be the best versions of ourselves on and off our mats. 

Along with group classes I also offer 1:1 private sessions, bachelorette parties, retreats, Healy healing sessions and more. You can reach me at herewegrowxo@gmail.com. I look forward to practicing with you soon! 



Sandy Hall

Sandy was born in California, raised mostly on the west coast and chose to move to Steamboat Springs in 1981. While pursuing a fulfilling career in tourism development in both Steamboat Springs and North Lake Tahoe, Sandy took her yoga practice to a deeper level by completing a 200 hr Teacher Training Certificate through the Wanderlust studio in Olympic Valley, California. In addition, Sandy completed another 100 hr teacher training in Costa Rica and a 40 hr training retreat in Greece where the focus was on Kundalini and the Chakras as well as breath work and relaxation techniques.  

She is now continuing to grow her knowledge with a course on the neuroscience of yoga and sequencing classes for settling the nervous system, a course on anatomy for yoga, and is studying options for safely working with clients who have osteoporosis. Sandy loves to share her passion for yoga with others of all ages and abilities, meeting them where they are at any given moment!

Cheryl Anders

Cheryl’s love of nature brought her to Colorado and life in the mountains. After a back injury, she found yoga as a way to relieve some of her daily pain. Yoga has helped Cheryl navigate through many changes in her life. She loves that there are so many ways to practice both on and off the mat. She believes by practicing presence while experiencing movement, breath, and/or focus on intention, we can create ripples of change in our mind, body and heart.

Cheryl has studied with teachers from a variety of yoga disciplines at Kripalu School of Yoga and Ayurveda (300hr Ayurvedic Yoga Teacher), the Mamahood (85hr Prenatal Yoga Teacher), and Revolution Power Yoga (200hr Vinyasa Yoga Teacher). She also practices and studies Meditation, Restorative Yoga and Reiki.

She is also available for one on one and small group private classes. Contact her at yogainthemountains@gmail.com

Pamela Meyer

Pamela has been practicing yoga since 1993 and leading yoga classes since 2011. Pamela has a BS degree in Health Science Education from the University of Florida and has completed two 200 hour yoga teacher trainings. The first was one on one with Sarah Beth Force through Inner Force Yoga in West Palm Beach Fl, the second was a group training with Kula Yoga Shala in Jupiter Fl. The mountains were calling for decades and now she is very fortunate to call Steamboat Springs home since 2017.

Join Pamela for a 75 minute practice that includes a combination of dynamic movement and stretching to increase flexibility and agility and holding poses to encourage muscular strength and mental resilience. The vibe is lighthearted and all levels are welcome!


Jonathan Barrett

It is my intention as a yoga teacher to create and hold a safe space for students that encourages self exploration and growth. Primary modalities include meditation, yoga nidra, restorative yoga and yin, with emphasis placed on elasticity and the mindbody.

Having grown up with epilepsy and experiencing multiple grand mal seizures has created a heightened sense of awareness of my central nervous system. Additionally, in ‘20-’21, I worked through a full-recovery from Guillain-Barré Syndrome. This rare autoimmune disorder causes ascending paralysis from the autoimmune system creating antibodies and mistakenly attacking its own peripheral nervous system. These experiences have significantly expanded my yoga practice with intense focus on the regulation of the nervous system and healing.

My asana, meditation and pranayama practices have allowed myself to learn how to slackline, complete Ironman 70.3 distance triathlons (1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike and 13.1 mile run) and also play ice hockey competitively for three decades. I'm currently building towards Ironman 140.6 (2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike and 26.2 mile run) distances.

Kristin Zieg

Originally from Northern California, I moved to Colorado to be a whitewater raft guide and ski bum in 1996. My plan was to return to California, but it’s been 26 years, and I’m quite content to call Colorado home! In 2005, I was introduced to the practice of yoga on a dive trip to the Maldives. I felt SO out of my element, but felt such a sense of well-being at the end of each practice. I brought yoga home with me and, after a shoulder surgery in 2013, my weekly practice became a daily practice, helping to heal my body in ways I never could never have imagined. When I suffered a traumatic life event in the spring of 2017, I once again found peace and healing through yoga. I am currently making my way through an 800-HR Yoga Therapy program with Inner Peace Yoga Therapy. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I integrate yoga therapy into my client work, recognizing the vital mind-body connection necessary for true healing.

My goal is to assist you in achieving mental, physical, and spiritual healing through yoga. Learn more about me and the power of yoga at www.ziegtherapy.com or reach out via email at kristin@ziegtherapy.com.




Molly Edwards

My passion is to help individuals find space and relaxation in the body and mind. In most of my classes I incorporate a prop called the Back Mitra. It is a prop to help mobilize the entire shoulder girdle, including the trapezius and other muscles along the spine.

I have been a Massage Therapist for the last 23 years and I am an Esthetician specializing in organic Skin care. I studied Thai Massage in Chaing Mai Thailand and incorporated those teachings in both my yoga classes and massages. I specialize in Therapeutic massage and Myo-facial release.

My extensive training in Massage, esthetics and yoga have led me to Steamboat Springs where I am opening a Space called Cedar and Sage Wellness.

I am grateful to be here and look forward to meeting all of you!


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