Getting to know Our Teachers & their classes

Chelsea Khanzada

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Chelsea K is a Colorado native that happened to find her love of yoga through fitness. She enjoys traveling, dancing, snowboarding, and spending quality time with her loved ones. 


She is a CYT-200 with a passion for many styles of yoga but truly finds her expression within Aerial Yoga and Hot Yoga. 


Chelsea hopes to expand the growth and her knowledge of yoga in all its forms to the Loveland community and surrounding areas.   


She welcomes all levels to her classes and teaches a wide variety of Aerial Yoga, Hot Yoga, & Vinyasa Flows.

Emily Martin

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Emily M. is an aerial yoga instructor with a passion for inversions. She is happily married with a home full of four-legged children. 

During her spare time she really enjoys reading, making jewelry, and spending time with her furry family. 

She began Aerial Yoga training in February of 2018 and now realizes she almost likes to be upside down more than right side up.  


Emily welcomes all levels to her classes and although she specializes in Intro to Aerial Yoga, she also offers a large variety of other classes including; Hatha Yoga, Power Vinyasa Flows and much more. 



Getting to know Our Teachers & their classes

Debbie Major

 Debbie Major (Certified 200 hour) Hatha Yoga Teacher

Yoga has been a part of my life for over 15 years. My practice has helped me grow physically and spiritually and I’ve become more flexible on and off the mat. Yoga has inspired me to be more present and to live more mindfully.  I’ve been teaching yoga for 6 years and consistently for the last 5 years. 

I am a certified 200-hour practitioner and I participate in regular yoga trainings through local teachers and through deeper, more intense training periods with senior teachers. I’m also a meditation practitioner and have attended training to support my growth in mindful awareness through meditation.  

My classes infuse traditional yoga poses with elements of mindful meditation. I emphasis reflective body-awareness through movement. My classes are appropriate for beginners and intermediate students. I teach Hatha and Restorative yoga. 

I hope that I see you in one of my classes and I wish that you leave it feeling more open, more spacious, and more connected to your body! 

The light in me honors the light in you!

 Namaste - Debbie

Susan Harelson

The  winter after I turned 40, I broke my leg while ice skating. I hate to  say it was a wake-up call, but it was a wake-up call. I had a great  husband, a 9- year-old and a 6-year-old,  a full-time job teaching middle school, and a sedentary lifestyle. My  life needed to change.

I  started practicing yoga as soon as my leg healed enough to put weight  on. I incorporated walking, cycling, martial arts, and dance as well. I  have slowly shifted from a mindset  of “exercise is something that I should do” to “movement is my  birthright.”

Moving  and kicking and dancing and stretching and rolling on the floor  laughing is something that I deserve to be able to do, for a long time  into the future. You do, too.

I completed yoga teacher training in the Spring of 2017, and I am registered with the Yoga Alliance as a RYT 200.

I am eager to help others see movement as a birthright, to build a community where we can all move together and enjoy ourselves