Tina Parisi, Studio Owner  Tina has practiced various styles of yoga for over 10 years. It was not until her move to Colorado that she found her path as a yoga teacher. Moving from Chicago to Evergreen she found a sense of belonging at Studio B and continues to share that experience with others. She loves living in the mountains and lives an adventurous outdoor life. She became a Satori Lifestyle coach and yoga teacher to share this practice with others. After completing her 200 Yoga Teacher Training she teaches vinyasa weaving mindful lifestyle techniques into each class. It gets you moving, grounded, and releasing negative energy. It enlightens you on and off the mat. Tina enjoys teaching yoga in the studio as well as outdoors. She has a passion for nature and connects it with her yoga practice. Join her for seasonal hiking & yoga in Evergreen. Her classes are fun, energetic, and deeply relaxing. She teaches for yogis of all skill level and encourages everyone to give it a try. See you in class!  “Go from a human being doing yoga to a human being yoga.” ~ Baron Baptiste

Tina Parisi, Studio Owner Tina has practiced various styles of yoga for over 10 years. It was not until her move to Colorado that she found her path as a yoga teacher. Moving from Chicago to Evergreen she found a sense of belonging at Studio B and continues to share that experience with others. She loves living in the mountains and lives an adventurous outdoor life. She became a Satori Lifestyle coach and yoga teacher to share this practice with others. After completing her 200 Yoga Teacher Training she teaches vinyasa weaving mindful lifestyle techniques into each class. It gets you moving, grounded, and releasing negative energy. It enlightens you on and off the mat. Tina enjoys teaching yoga in the studio as well as outdoors. She has a passion for nature and connects it with her yoga practice. Join her for seasonal hiking & yoga in Evergreen. Her classes are fun, energetic, and deeply relaxing. She teaches for yogis of all skill level and encourages everyone to give it a try. See you in class!

“Go from a human being doing yoga to a human being yoga.” ~ Baron Baptiste

Bailey Peth  I grew up in the mountains of Colorado. But I’ve been privileged enough to see a lot of the world so far. All the nature I have seen, all the music I’ve witnessed, and the humans who have been kind to me, pulled me into a deep love affair with yoga, with connection. Two years studying sustainability and outdoor education filled me with dread about the state of nature and humanity. I was set adrift in a sea of anger and activism. How do we make a better world, and not lose ourselves in the process? That question haunted me. I went to yoga teacher training to relax, deepen my practice, and maybe make some money later while finishing college. What I found there was the answer to my question. All the problems we face in the world, from climate change to human cruelty, begin in our hearts. The world is the way it is because we are the way we are. Yoga is one way we can wake up to all the suffering in the world and begin to make it better. Teaching Yoga is an act of peace. I teach yoga with emphasis on the five elements in order to be a part of the great turning, an intentional shift out of the dire straits we are currently in, towards an earth-centric human society.

Bailey Peth I grew up in the mountains of Colorado. But I’ve been privileged enough to see a lot of the world so far. All the nature I have seen, all the music I’ve witnessed, and the humans who have been kind to me, pulled me into a deep love affair with yoga, with connection. Two years studying sustainability and outdoor education filled me with dread about the state of nature and humanity. I was set adrift in a sea of anger and activism. How do we make a better world, and not lose ourselves in the process? That question haunted me. I went to yoga teacher training to relax, deepen my practice, and maybe make some money later while finishing college. What I found there was the answer to my question. All the problems we face in the world, from climate change to human cruelty, begin in our hearts. The world is the way it is because we are the way we are. Yoga is one way we can wake up to all the suffering in the world and begin to make it better. Teaching Yoga is an act of peace. I teach yoga with emphasis on the five elements in order to be a part of the great turning, an intentional shift out of the dire straits we are currently in, towards an earth-centric human society.

Carisa Diesburg  received her 200 RYT in April 2017. She loves the flow of breath with movement, inversions and balance.  She teaches a heated power vinyasa.  Carisa has lived in the front range for over 15 years with her husband and two kids.  She loves yoga, ballet, hiking and spending time with her family. 

Carisa Diesburg received her 200 RYT in April 2017. She loves the flow of breath with movement, inversions and balance.  She teaches a heated power vinyasa.  Carisa has lived in the front range for over 15 years with her husband and two kids.  She loves yoga, ballet, hiking and spending time with her family. 

Claudine Phillips  is a Functional Registered Dietitian, has a Masters in Exercise Physiology, and is a certified Ashtanga Teacher. Her passion is to cultivate a space to gather, grow, and give back. Her love for yoga, whole food, and fun radiates in her Ashtanga classes and lifestyle. Claudine has tended to her practice of yoga for over 13 years. She, her husband, and their three children live, work, and play in Evergreen, Colorado.  www.claudinephillips.com

Claudine Phillips is a Functional Registered Dietitian, has a Masters in Exercise Physiology, and is a certified Ashtanga Teacher. Her passion is to cultivate a space to gather, grow, and give back. Her love for yoga, whole food, and fun radiates in her Ashtanga classes and lifestyle. Claudine has tended to her practice of yoga for over 13 years. She, her husband, and their three children live, work, and play in Evergreen, Colorado. www.claudinephillips.com

Jackie Smith  made her way to Colorado 17 years ago by way of Vermont. With a background in Psychology and The Arts she loves to share knowledge, energy and connection with her students and anyone that crosses her path. Jackie teaches a powerful, alignment-focused, heated vinyasa flow filled with exploration and breath. You will leave with a smile on your face, a lightness in your heart and maybe a song in your head!

Jackie Smith made her way to Colorado 17 years ago by way of Vermont. With a background in Psychology and The Arts she loves to share knowledge, energy and connection with her students and anyone that crosses her path. Jackie teaches a powerful, alignment-focused, heated vinyasa flow filled with exploration and breath. You will leave with a smile on your face, a lightness in your heart and maybe a song in your head!


Jennifer Reeve  works as a healing guide by teaching Hatha Yoga and Qoya, facilitating moon circles, walks, and ritual, as well as providing energy healings and intuitive readings. Her aim is to help people connect with their Divine essence through movement, tuning inward and time in nature. Her work is guided by the belief that feminine energies are needed on earth now more than ever before.  Here is how Jennifer describes her classes: “Welcome to  your  yoga class…the one where your body and spirit dictate your expression. My job is to support your safety, not to push you into “perfect” poses. Your job is to come as you are. We work together to create a beautiful experience. We welcome sacred space. We breathe deeply and let go. We explore movement as a metaphor for life. And, yes, we laugh. After all, it’s said to be the best medicine!”  Jennifer is certified as a Hatha Yoga Instructor, Qoya Teacher, Wild Woman Project Moon Circle Facilitator, Angel Card Reader and Energy Healer.  For more information, visit Jennifer’s website: rememberyourwings.com.

Jennifer Reeve works as a healing guide by teaching Hatha Yoga and Qoya, facilitating moon circles, walks, and ritual, as well as providing energy healings and intuitive readings. Her aim is to help people connect with their Divine essence through movement, tuning inward and time in nature. Her work is guided by the belief that feminine energies are needed on earth now more than ever before.

Here is how Jennifer describes her classes: “Welcome to your yoga class…the one where your body and spirit dictate your expression. My job is to support your safety, not to push you into “perfect” poses. Your job is to come as you are. We work together to create a beautiful experience. We welcome sacred space. We breathe deeply and let go. We explore movement as a metaphor for life. And, yes, we laugh. After all, it’s said to be the best medicine!”

Jennifer is certified as a Hatha Yoga Instructor, Qoya Teacher, Wild Woman Project Moon Circle Facilitator, Angel Card Reader and Energy Healer.

For more information, visit Jennifer’s website: rememberyourwings.com.


Jodi L. King  is a certified yoga instructor from Evergreen, Colorado who has been leading fitness, aerobic, stretch and yoga classes for over 38 years. She is also a leadership development trainer, facilitator and executive coach for private organizations, not-for-profits and the federal government. She brings her expertise as a facilitator to her class creating a welcoming environment and a sense of community and belonging between yoga practitioners.  Jodi has been practicing yoga for most of her life. She brings a balanced approach to teaching yoga, drawing from her spiritual practice and helping each yogi access their inner well-being and sense of oneness within. Jodi focuses on assisting people reach physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health. She loves creating the environment on each mat and in the room where each person can explore his/her own practice while being encouraged and supported to find the next growth edge.  Jodi also enjoys skiing, hiking with her family and dog, mountaineering and exploring the world including all 7 continents (Antarctica being her favorite). Come join me on your mat!

Jodi L. King is a certified yoga instructor from Evergreen, Colorado who has been leading fitness, aerobic, stretch and yoga classes for over 38 years. She is also a leadership development trainer, facilitator and executive coach for private organizations, not-for-profits and the federal government. She brings her expertise as a facilitator to her class creating a welcoming environment and a sense of community and belonging between yoga practitioners.

Jodi has been practicing yoga for most of her life. She brings a balanced approach to teaching yoga, drawing from her spiritual practice and helping each yogi access their inner well-being and sense of oneness within.
Jodi focuses on assisting people reach physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health. She loves creating the environment on each mat and in the room where each person can explore his/her own practice while being encouraged and supported to find the next growth edge.

Jodi also enjoys skiing, hiking with her family and dog, mountaineering and exploring the world including all 7 continents (Antarctica being her favorite). Come join me on your mat!

Niki Sims  is a registered 500 hour Shambhava Yoga teacher. She has been practicing and studying subtle energies from a young age, her mother being her first teacher. During part of Niki's journey, she fell in love with the physical part of yoga; however, Niki believes that yoga is more than just asana. In her classes, you will find her guiding students into a deeper sense of the Self so they can experience and cultivate a connection to the divine, both on and off the mat. In addition, after completing her initial teacher training, she realized there was a need for people who were curious about yoga but hesitant to step into a class because they didn't feel they were flexible enough. Niki makes yoga accessible accessible for every  body . If you can breathe, you can practice yoga.

Niki Sims is a registered 500 hour Shambhava Yoga teacher. She has been practicing and studying subtle energies from a young age, her mother being her first teacher. During part of Niki's journey, she fell in love with the physical part of yoga; however, Niki believes that yoga is more than just asana. In her classes, you will find her guiding students into a deeper sense of the Self so they can experience and cultivate a connection to the divine, both on and off the mat. In addition, after completing her initial teacher training, she realized there was a need for people who were curious about yoga but hesitant to step into a class because they didn't feel they were flexible enough. Niki makes yoga accessible accessible for every body. If you can breathe, you can practice yoga.