Torrey first fell in love with the practice of yoga when she was in high school, competing as a hurdler on her high school track & field team. At the time, she was drawn to the deep stretching and change of pace that yoga provided. Now, several years later, Torrey still enjoys those aspects of yoga, however she also craves the deeper dimensions, such as heightened awareness, connectedness, and empowerment.
Torrey’s desire to empower and uplift children of all abilities led her to become a pediatric adaptive & accessible yoga teacher. In 2018 Torrey attended the Colorado School of Yoga to earn her 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Certification with Gina Caputo, Julia Clarke, and Tracey Garcia. To further serve her students with varying delays and/or disorders Torrey earned her Accessible Yoga Teacher Certification with Jivana Heyman and his organization, Accessible Yoga.
Torrey has a very calming presence about her, which is especially evident in her teaching style. At Meraki Yoga, you should expect her classes to be intentional, challenging, and balanced.
When Torrey isn’t teaching yoga she enjoys hiking in the Northern Colorado area, cruising along the many bike paths in Fort Collins, skiing in the beautiful Rocky Mountains, drinking craft beer, and spending time with her fiance, Noah.