Robin Hughes, RYT (owner/lead instructor)
Robin is a certified instructor in sharing yoga with children, adults, and families. She began her training with Rainbow Kids Yoga after many years of exploring her personal yoga practice. Wanting to learn more she completed her 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training at Holistic Yoga School in Ft. Collins. Her latest training includes Trauma Sensitive Yoga used in conjunction with therapy for trauma survivors — (http://www.safy.org/locations/fortCollinsColorado.aspx).
Robin is also a certified elementary school teacher who has over 11 years of teaching experience. She often brings her love for learning and literacy into her yoga classes as well. Robin opened Family Balance Yoga in June of 2014 to bring yoga classes to children and families throughout Northern Colorado. Robin believes that a healthy body, healthy mind, and healthy heart are the keys to living a happy life, and through yoga all of these can be found. When not teaching school or yoga Robin can be found exploring Colorado with her two daughters and husband, Kyle.
Amanda-parent/tot instructor (Ft. Collins studio)
Amanda is the mother of two little girls, a former classroom teacher, and fan of practicing yoga with her daughters. She is currently a stay at home mom who has experience working with all ages of elementary school students.
Haley E.- RYT (Instructor)
The first time Haley stepped onto a yoga mat, it felt like coming home. As her practice expanded, she also fell in love with the myriad benefits a daily physical and meditation practice can have on mind, body, and spirit, especially through present awareness and self-compassion. She received her certification and training at Holistic Yoga School in Fort Collins and specializes in Vinyasa and Hatha yoga for people of all ages. When not teaching or practicing yoga, Haley can be found reading, painting, hiking, and hanging out with her dog, Nell.
Meet Our New Instructors
Lea is a certified yoga instructor, who also has been working with children for many years as a licensed teacher, nanny, and currently as a child and family support provider for the Thompson School District. She completed her 200hr yoga teacher training at Holistic Yoga School in Ft. Collins, CO. She saw how a yoga and meditation practice affected her mind and body in countless positive ways, and now she is so happy to be able to share what she has learned with others. Lea is known for her non-judgmental teaching style, gentle classes, and making yoga accessible to anyone. In her spare time, Lea can be found going to see live music, cooking, gardening, reading, and spending time outside with her husband, Aaron and her four furry pets.
"Hannah fell in love with yoga as a CSU student. She completed her Yoga Instructor Certification through Corepower Yoga in Fort Collins and then taught yoga classes at the CSU Recreational Center. After graduating with an English Education degree, Hannah taught 6th grade in Kremmling, Colorado. During that year, while visiting her mother, she landed a high school teaching job in the U.S. Virgin Islands. After Hurricane Irma though, Hannah came back to Colorado due to the destruction and has been working as a Special Education teacher at Eaton High School and is completing her Master's Degree in Educational Psychology. She has taught classes to individuals as well as groups of up to 150 participants and with ages 10 and up. Hannah loves getting to share her enthusiasm for yoga with younger ages in hopes of developing a life-long practice for others."