Aug 14 2019 - Sep 06 2019


200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training & Self Empowerment Course 

Join us for our 200-Hour training where you will spend three weeks learning, expanding, and growing in community with like-minded yogis.

Our program includes:

  • Therapeutic vinyasa, restorative yoga, meditation, and pranayama
  • Anatomy, physiology, and asana workshops
  • Yogic philosophy and psychology based on tantra and feminine principles
  • Prana and the subtle body
  • Ayurveda and nature connection
  • One-on-one student mentorship
  • Awakening the inner teacher and developing skills for teaching with confidence and grace
  • Much, much more!

What makes this Yoga Teacher Training unique?

We honor our connection with nature and mother earth. We approach yoga as a means of exploring and deepening this connection.

We understand the learning process is not linear. Our teaching model incorporates group discussion, hands-on experimentation, and instructor support and feedback.

We value the student learning process as both somatic and intellectual. We offer rest and movement breaks throughout the day to encourage integration.

We value spiritual growth and personal development. This training is an opportunity to be impacted by yoga on a deep level.

We emphasize safe and accurate anatomical cueing to support the longevity of your and your students’ practices.

We encourage modifications, adaptations, and the use of props to adapt yoga for all body types and needs.

The Training is guided by the teachings of:






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Teacher Bio

Kaity Rose (C-IAYT, E-RYT500, YACEP, Functional Movement Specialist, Trauma Informed Yoga Teacher, Ayurvedic Yoga Instructor)

Kaity Rose is a certified Yoga Therapist and Functional Movement Specialist based in Northern Colorado (Boulder, Lyons, and Loveland).  Her style of teaching calls students deeper into self-acceptance and inner-knowing.

Kaity offers global yoga retreats, teacher trainings, and online Yoga Therapy sessions in addition to her workshops and classes. She specializes in trauma-informed yoga therapy, yoga for stress resiliency and anxiety, and functional movement therapy. She thrives working with special populations, such as seniors, trauma survivors, or those who struggle with mental health.ides students in deepening their connection with body, mind, nature, and life-force. She integrates nature connection, meditation, breathwork, functional movement, life-coaching, and meaningful ceremony into her offerings.

Kaity has received her advanced credentials from Kripalu School of Yoga and Ayurveda, Integrative Yoga Therapy, and Naropa University.

Kaity Rose has trained with Kripalu School of Yoga and Ayurveda, Naropa University, Integrative Yoga Therapy, and Sundara Yoga Therapy to receive her advanced credentials. Her credentials are as follows:

  • 1000-Hr Yoga Therapy Certification: Integrative Yoga Therapy
  • 1000-Hr Hatha Yoga Teacher Training: Naropa University
  • B.A. in Yoga: Naropa University
  • 80-Hr Trauma-Informed Yoga Therapy Certification: Sundara Yoga Therapy
  • 80-Hr Functional Yoga Therapy Certification: Maria Alive
  • 85-Hr Meditation Instructor Certification: Kripalu School of Yoga and Ayurveda
  • 80-Hr Thai Massage Certification: Baan Hom Samunphrai (Chiang Mai, Thailand)
  • 200-Hr Teacher Training: Kripalu School of Yoga and Ayurveda
  • Overcome Anxiety Clinic Facilitator: Sundara Yoga Therapy
  • 20-Hr Children’s Yoga Teacher Training: Kidding Around Yoga
  • Reiki Level 1: Urban Zen
  • Holistic Pelvic Care: Tami Lynn Kent


Kristen Lassiter, ERYT-500

Kristen is an E-RYT 500 (certified by Jason Crandell in 2017), but has primarily taught Vinyasa yoga since 2009 and was initially attracted to this discipline d

ue to connection of breath with movement of the body. However, she is also trained in hot yoga, yoga with weights, TRX, Yin/restorative yoga & pre natal yoga as well as guided meditation and chanting. Her strengths as an instructor include being able to teach clarity of asanas (poses) with in any size class, offering different modifications/intensifications for different levels of practitioners, and educating students on postural alignment with an intention to never make yoga appear intimidating. She places emphasis on making an individual’s yoga practice one’s own and encourages students to take their practice to a level in which they feel safe, yet challenged.



Ena Burrud, C-IAYT & ERYT-500

A full time yoga therapist, Ena has been teaching since 2000, her initial years in LA and Orange County. She owns Treetop Yoga Therapy, a private practice in Fort Collins since 2011. Ena’s specialty is trauma recovery, surgery and injury rehab and chronic pain. She has had past and presents contracts with InnerBalance addiction recovery center, Cheyenne and Fort Collins Veterans Affairs, Larimer County Victims Advocacy and Adolescent Diversion Programs, Alzheimer’s Association, among others. She has trained teachers in 200, 300 and 1200 hour programs statewide as well as Colorado psychotherapists. She holds a certificate in iRest® Yoga Nidra, a neuro-mindfulness protocol used by the military since 2006. Mother to two fabulous children, her youngest teen still home, her teaching style is humorous, accessible and always based deeply on personal experience.



What People are saying about Wild Earth Therapy’s YTT

“I feel more than prepared to teach and share this knowledge with students and seekers. Kaity’s breadth of resources and information was weaved seamlessly through the training at just the right time. Her ability to be present, transparent, and consistent was an integral part of the alchemical transformations that occurred in my personal experience and as I witnessed of other participants. I highly recommend Wild Earth Yoga Therapy for any yogi’s inspired to teach from a place of confidence and open-hearted service.” — Peggy Butkus, YTT graduate

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