Adrienne Hoxmeier

Adrienne is a Fort Collins native known for her functional and intentional style of teaching.

After completing her first training she spent several years teaching in the Fort Collins community prior to opening Meraki Yoga in 2016. Since then, she has completed her 300-Hour Teacher Training with the Colorado School of Yoga where she studied under the guidance and mentorship of Gina Caputo and Tracey Garcia. Through her most recent studies, she has gained greater insight into how this transformative practice impacts both the body and the mind, and how we can better use both for a sustainable, life-long practice on and off the mat.

With over 5 years of experience in her field and over 10 years in leadership and management, Adrienne has served as a contributor to Mindful Studio Magazine and a mentor for new teachers and young women entrepreneurs.

Through her practical application of yoga you can expect a class that is equal parts exploration of movement and breath and development of technique and skill. Her offering is deeply rooted in the belief that the way we move our body matters and a sincere desire to elevate the way we show up as students and teachers of this practice.

Off the mat and outside the studio, you will find Adrienne immersed in creative projects, enjoying the great outdoors, reading, and spending time with her husband, Charlie, and fur babies, Harper, Wallace, and Duke.

Rachael Butts

As a high school athlete, Rachael first found yoga to relieve pain from volleyball injuries. Her yoga journey began, in earnest, in Atlanta and after several years of practicing and experiencing the physical and mental benefits of yoga, she began her pursuit of becoming a yoga teacher.

After moving to Colorado, Rachael completed her 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training in the Fall of 2013. In 2016 Rachael decided to take her professional yoga journey further and co-founded Meraki Yoga Studio in Fort Collins, Colorado. With 5 years of experience she continues to embrace the challenges of owning and managing a small business while teaching classes and events throughout the week.

Rachael’s continued desire to elevate her teaching led her to complete her 300-Hour Advanced Teacher Training. In the Spring of 2018 she completed her training with Gina Caputo and Tracey Garcia of the Colorado School of Yoga in Integrated Vinyasa™. In her classes, Rachael strives to create a space that is approachable and energetically rich while carefully curating classes to support growth through integration and awareness.

When Rachael is not teaching yoga, you can find her appreciating colorful Colorado, enjoying live music and spending time her husband, Jordan and their dog, Ranger.

Chelsey Peacock

Chelsey has been teaching all levels Vinyasa yoga for nearly 5 years and practicing consistently since 2011.  Chelsey was inspired to complete her 200 Hour Teacher Training by Fort Collins local teacher Gwyn Tash and has studied with local Fort Collins teachers Sarada Erickson and Jason ShivaJi Erickson.  Not only is she inspired by local teachers in the Fort Collins area, master yogis such as Jason Crandell, Gina Caputo, Kathryn Budig, and more, constantly impact her teaching and personal practice as well.

As the Fort Collins community is a hub for incredible yoga teachers, Chelsey wanted to take her education further and in December of 2018 completed her 300 hour teacher training making her a 500 Certified Teacher.
You can expect Chelsey’s classes to be creative, strength building, and purposeful! While incorporating awareness, breath, and a little mantra you’ll be challenged through a progressive and intelligent practice. Be ready to sweat a lot, laugh a little, and maybe even find an emotional connection to the rhythm of the music. 
 
 When Chelsey isn’t in the studio, she is outside with her family, volunteering, creating art, working on her home, and/or traveling the world. 

Chris Browning

Chris has lived in Colorado his entire life and has been in Fort Collins for 10 years. After
participating in competitive gymnastics for most of his upbringing, Chris has developed and embraced an active lifestyle that has been deeply rooted in mind-body awareness.
Five years ago Chris discovered his yoga practice, and within a couple of weeks began his 200-hour Power Vinyasa teacher training. During the training he realized that he had been practicing many aspects of yoga in his life already, but now they were all coming together and manifesting as one connected theme on his yoga mat. Once this realization came, the inspiration to teach others about the practice and the amazing physical, mental, and spiritual benefits it provided became his priority.From there he has delved deeper into what it means to be present and to create balance in one’s own life
and does his absolute best to bring these intentions and experiences to his classes.In Chris’s class  will students will not only experience the dance of breath to movement, but also how to
use the breath in asana to take his students deep into their own practice. He guides his students to be real with themselves and to trust in the moment, but to also keep an easy mind and a gentle smile along the way.
This allows his students to connect to their own intentions and create personal growth all while building
strength, practicing peace, and finding love in each and every moment both on and off the yoga mat.

Christina Olson

Christina Olson is a 200-hour Certified Yoga Instructor registered with Yoga Alliance. Christina
found her passion for yoga in 2017 when her mental and physical health were at an all-time low.
With the help of yoga, Christina found a new lease on life and decided to begin teacher training
to share her love of yoga with others.

She moved to Fort Collins in May of 2019 and completed
her teacher training a month later at Holistic Yoga School and Studio.

Christina hopes to empower her students through energizing and upbeat classes. She enjoys
teaching in the Hatha and Vinyasa style while focusing on proper alignment and deep flexibility.
Christina loves finding inspiration from local teachers as well as renowned yogis Talia Sutra and
Briohny Smyth.

In her free time, Christina loves to play with her flexibility and challenge herself with advanced
binds and arm balances. When she’s not on her yoga mat, you can find Christina helping out at
Shire CSA, going to the movies, and crushing karaoke.

Courtney Lindsey

Courtney Lindsey has been practicing yoga for eight years and teaching for nearly three. Her journey into yoga began when she started interning at an organic vegetable farm in college as a way to stretch and relax her body after intense physical labor. She fell deeply in love with the practice and the mental, spiritual and physical benefits that came with it. In 2014 she sought out and completed 200 hour Vinyasa Flow training through Inspire Yoga in Highland Village,TX so that she could help spread the joys she found in yoga with others.<br/>Originally from Denton, TX, Courtney moved to Fort Collins in 2017 with her husband to begin new adventure and to be closer to the mount ins. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her husband and baby girl exploring Color do, visiting breweries and working in her garden.<br/>What you can expect from Courtneyʼs classes are intelligently and artfully crafted flows that challenge you to let go of the mental limit tions that hold you back and encourage you to try something new.

Katie Knudsen

Born and raised in Colorado, Katie has been practicing yoga since about 2010. She was inspired to truly focus her energy towards yoga after a severe injury in 2016.
Katie has completed CorePower’s 200 hr Power Yoga Training (Fall 2017) and Power Yoga Extensions Program (Fall 2018).
Katie holds an AA degree in Business Entrepreneurship and has a strong background in fitness, nutrition/Ayurveda, competitive sports and physical training.  Coming from a very competitive athletic background, yoga was a new kind of challenge for her. She discovered that yoga is not only a great way to exercise, but it’s an even better way to heal and deeply explore the mind, body, and soul. Her classes combine inspiring, uplifting music, with creative, challenging flows intended to allow space to explore the depth of your physical yoga practice while encouraging proper anatomical alignment and understanding of the foundational roots of the practice. Katie truly believes that yoga is for everyone and her goal is to make her classes safe, uplifting and accessibly challenging to anybody seeking healing and peace of mind.
Off of her mat, you will find her painting and drawing, hiking 14ners, or adventuring with her husband, Kyle, and her dog, Skip.