Tam Burke

Owner | Teacher | Bailey and Rocket's Mom

Tamara began yoga in 2011 as cross training to distance running. She quickly fell in love with feeling more connected to herself through breath and movement. She surprised herself when she found herself craving the mental clarity more than the physical practice that yoga provided.

Tamara completed her 200 hour Vinyasa training in May 2016 through Charlotte Yoga. In February 2017, Tamara traveled to India and completed a month long intensive 300 hour Vinyasa training. Her time in India was wildly transformative and has called her to bring a more grounding and inspiring energy into her classes allowing her students to connect deeper to themselves and their own light.

Tamara is an E-RYT500 and has completed over 1000 training hours in various yogic studies

Matt Gasmovic

Owner | Teacher I Bailey & Rocket's Dad

With a background in business and over 7 years of experience in
corporate software sales, Matt recently crossed over into the dark side when he and Tam took over the studio in 2018 🙂

Matt now has 100 hours of training in Hot & Rocket Vinyasa yoga, and has completed 100 hours of training in Sedona, Arizona studying breathwork and other healing modalities with Anahata Ananda. While Matt has plans to teach yoga asana soon, he now leads a weekly breathwork and meditation class, as well as leading and facilitating shamanic breath ceremonies.

Matt also has a deep passion for the arts, which has lead him to the development of the creative side of SOL 19. This includes SOL’s
yearly art contest, facilitating art commissions through the studio, as well as hosting a weekly community art hour for local artists.

Matt is now offering one on one guided breath journeys and healing sessions. Please email Matt directly at matt@sol19yoga.com
if you are interested in learning more or would like to schedule a

Bailey & Rocket

Studio Dogs

Don’t be surprised to see our favorite furry friends lounging around the studio or giving you licks when you walk in the door. Bailey came into our lives seven years ago and what a blessing she has been. We have learned countless lessons from her and love her like a child. 

Rocket is the newest addition to our SOL Squad and she is aptly named after Rocket Vinyasa, she is as spicy as can be, and in the next moment cuddling like a queen.  She has been a bright light of love during what felt like a very challenging time in the 2020 pandemic. 

BEWARE: Fierce Cuddler on the Premises…

But seriously, if you are not a dog person, just let us know and we will be courteous.

Bri Leonard

Studio Manager

Bri has always been rooted in movement. Growing up Bri was a competitive dancer and cheerleader; craving community and connection she found yoga a few years after moving to Boulder in 2014. In 2016 Bri completed her first yoga trainings, and is now 200hr ERYT. Bri teaches Power Vinyasa, Sculpt, Hot and Rocket. In Bri’s class you will experience a heart pumping class that will strengthen your mind, heart and body.

Within the past year Bri has leaned into her passion off the mat and into the subtle body. In 2022 Bri completed Reiki 1 + 2 training, and in 2020 began reading Tarot professionally.

Bri’s mission is to teach and share the gift of yoga with the world, she started her own podcast called Healing House as a container to support the growth of humans everywhere. 

Taylor Johnson

Yoga Quality & Programming Manager

Taylor is an E-RYT 500 who specializes in Power Yoga, Yoga Sculpt, Acro Yoga, Rocket Yoga and numerous other yoga and fitness styles. Her goal has always been to strengthen, empower, and uplift those she teaches. To her, movement and fitness are so much more than just physically working and exerting your body. It is all about honing into your intuition, self-expression, self-love, and self-empowerment. It is through this belief that she helps guide her students to feel like their truest, most badass, and authentic version of themselves. When taking class with Taylor, expect to be challenged to tap into uncharted territory of your mind and body, leading to the fullest expression of your potential.

Taylor has a deep dedication to self study through the yogic arts and has completed over 1000 training hours in various yogic studies. 

Jesse Seymour

Lead Teacher

Jesse is an E-RYT 500 and has been practicing yoga and meditation for over 15 years. He has a special kinship with the living spirit of Yoga and its many limbs. He teaches Vinyasa, Yin Yoga, Progressive Ashtanga(Rocket), and Hot Yoga. For Jesse, Yoga is a sacred sanctuary to connect to oneself, nature, the elements, and to the mystic union of breath, Asana and movement. It is through this discovery that Jesse has devoted himself to sharing his love and passion for yoga with others. To truly inspire transformation, as well as an alchemical uncovering of our natural state… Empowerment, well being and grace. 

Jesse has studied closely with Gina Caputo, Shiva Rea, Rod Stryker, and Josh Summers to name a few, he has been exposed to and influenced by many lineages and approaches to Yoga. As a result, his teaching style is unique and refreshing, an inspiring and invigorating approach which delicately balances power and grace in the true spirit of Ha-Tha. Jesse emphasizes breath, mindfulness and functional alignment throughout his classes. He offers informed, creative sequencing to keep you present, engaged and focused. With humility and curiosity Jesse remains devoted to refining his practice and experience, so that he may bring you the best possible offering to his students.

Anna Rosenstengel

Assistant Studio manager

Anna, a St. Louis area native, found yoga in high school and since then has been practicing nearly everyday. She initially came for the physical practice after growing up playing tennis and running. However, she quickly realized that yoga is so much more than the poses. Anna became hooked on the sense of mental clarity and serenity she felt after a yoga class. In 2018, Anna moved to Colorado to study Psychology at CU Boulder. She found her home away from home at SOL 19. In 2019, she graduated from SOL’s 200 Hour Training and currently plans to continue in the 300 Hour Program. Additionally, she has learned Rocket and Hot Yoga styles. Anna loves yoga for the mental clarity, healing, and physical strength it brings to her life. Her intention is to empower her students to live their yoga on and off the mat.

Keri Wenzel


Over ten years ago, in hopes of finding a connection to my physical self & inner spirituality, I discovered a personal yoga asana & meditation practice. What came of it has been an astounding journey into the depths of my physical & mental well-being. It is my belief & experience that by practicing yoga and meditation, we can reach deeper into our Purusha, or Truest Self. During our practice, we learn to receive the space & clarity that naturally arises through the proper alignment of the physical & subtle body. From this, we can allow ourselves to feel & understand our most inherent state of being; peacefulness, contentment, bliss. It is my intention to guide others to find this on their mat, so that we all may act & serve from our truest & best selves in our everyday lives. I am a 500 hour certified yoga instructor. I studied under The talented and knowledgeable Tom Quinn, Quinn Kearny, Geri Bleier, and Claire Mark at Yoga view Chicago. My trainings have had a focus on human anatomy,proper alignment, safe adjustments & assists, as well as yoga philosophy& meditation. My classes are traditional vinyasa flow. During the years of trainings, and in becoming a mother myself, I have also developed a love of teaching prenatal yoga. My enjoyment of practicing Ashtanga Yoga, meditating, & love of music also positively influence my style of teaching. It is with gratitude that I serve others in the practice of yoga asana & meditation.

Sophie Meyer


Sophie started her yoga journey in 2017. She fell in love with the space and the community and started as a Bhakti at SOL 19. She began to deepen her physical and spiritual practice by taking the 200 hour teacher training (Fall 2019) which sparked her love for teaching. She has now taken a variety of other trainings and continues to deepen her knowledge and practice of yoga. She says that yoga and breathwork are what got her through nursing school. She hopes to share her love of not only physical asana but everything else that comes with the practice as she moves through her next journey as a nurse.
Sophie teaches Hot, Power, Rocket, and sculpt

Chelsea Mack


Chelsea is a lover of all things yoga, animals, food and music. Her yoga journey started in 2008 with a college course on meditation. Soon after, she fell in love with asana, developing her personal practice for a few years before completing a 200 hr YTT in 2012. She later completed a 50 hour Yoga Sculpt training at Sol 19 and loves sharing this unique, high energy practice that invites students to strengthen not only their bodies, but also their minds. She is passionate about sharing the physical, mental and spiritual practice with anyone who is open to it. Chelsea teaches charity based yoga classes along the Front Range, but is proud to call Sol 19 home! 

Kevin Flynn


Kevin views yoga as an experimental process that ultimately provides tools for the practitioner to uncover the higher Self. He draws inspiration from a range of yogic traditions to create an intentional alchemy behind each practice. By cultivating a balance of effort and ease, students are provided a nurturing yet encouraging environment to find self-growth. While Kevin’s goal is to hold sacred space for self-exploration, he urges students to find a sense of discipline and curiosity within their practice. Equipped with Yoga Teacher and Health Coach Certifications, he provides a well-rounded approach to living a healthy lifestyle off the mat. When he isn’t teaching, you can find him in the mountains.

Jenny Landis


My love of yoga stems from my background as a pharmacist and the awareness that many things we medicate people for could be alleviated with lifestyle changes. Yoga is the most amazing therapy for mind, body, and soul. I know of no other practice that helps achieve balance and supports the body’s natural defenses so effectively. Anyone can practice yoga, and yoga can challenge even the most elite athlete. My goal is to provide an environment where students deepen their life force breath and tap into their innate wisdom. Part of the blessing that is yoga is it’s simplicity. At times in the stillness of savasana we see ourselves in a new light – and that has the potential to change everything.

Sabrina Dwyer


Sabrina is a Colorado native who grew up doing competitive cheerleading. Throughout years of cheer she was looking for an additional workout that was less aggressive on her body. This is how she found yoga. She practiced on and off for 11 years and loved how it physically made her feel after walking out of a class. In 2019 she made the leap to take SOL’s 200 hour YTT program after many years of debating it. She planned to further her knowledge in the physical practice and then continue into fitness training. However, once she dove into the YTT program she quickly fell in love with the spiritual side that yoga brought to the plate. Sabrina then decided to pursue this path in hopes to share it with others. Her passions lay in exploring the world and spending time outdoors. Sabrina has completed 50 hours of Rocket training, 50 hours of Hot training, and is currently taking her 300 hour YTT through SOL 19.

Adria Such


Adria’s love of yoga first began in 2013 when she moved to Boulder, Co. After her first time on the mat, it was an immediate match made in heaven. 

She started practicing on a daily basis and began to see the transformative benefits of the practice both mentally and physically. After a few years of practicing, she decided to do her 200 Teacher Training to deepen her knowledge and relationship with the practice.

She gained other certifications in Hot Yoga, HIIT Yoga, Yin Yoga and meditation. Through her yoga journey she has found an amazing community and is thrilled to be able to share her love of the practice with others.

She firmly believes that the intention and presence we find on our yoga mat can change the way we approach conflict, sorrow and any of life’s challenges off the mat. 

Jennifer Tennies


Back in her home state of Wisconsin, Jen was introduced to yoga over 20 years ago. It wasn’t until she moved out to Colorado in 2010 that she realized a certain need to expand her practice. Over the last 11 years her mental, physical and spiritual strength has deepened. Jen has major love for nature, music, the arts and spending time with her
family. Above all she finds most fulfillment when she is helping others. This is why she turned to teaching. Jen wants to continue to grow and learn as she guides other to do the same. 

Jen has completed the 50 HOT Teacher Training though Sol19 in early 2021.

Emily Musgrave


Emily began her yoga journey ten years ago to enhance her physical health while living in Alabama. Yoga quickly became a holistic approach to strengthening not only her physical body, but also her mental, emotional, and spiritual self. She believes that yoga can allow individuals to transcend into authenticity, compassion, and gratitude into their true way of being. By combining her knowledge as a Mental Health Counselor and Yoga Teacher she holds a safe space for others to begin learning how to heal and transform themselves through the power of breath, movement, and meditation. Emily’s love for music, nature, and inner-self exploration transcends into her yoga classes. 

Julia Dunbar (Tara Shanti)


Tara Shanti has always felt connected to her body, soul and the natural world around her. She began studying ballet, dance and yoga from a very young age and this love of movement and expression that carries into her teaching and healing work. Tara Shanti’s daughter Mayson was born in 2013 and solidified her desire to not only nurture her own child, but to heal those within her community and the world. 

When she’s not sharing meditation, yoga or giving reiki, you can find Tara Shanti hiking, traveling, exploring different cultures and religions, studying ancient practices, mixing oils, learning to create new dishes, speaking at wellness events, studying energy healing and spending quality time with her daughter, family and friends. Tara Shanti now calls Colorado home, after living in Maine, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee and Germany. She has a Vinyasa, Ashtanga, and Kundalini Yoga 200 Hour Certification with Pranic Soul. Kundalini Yoga 220 Hour KRI Certification with Guru Singh. Crystal Healer & Reiki Master with Sat Devbir Singh’s Chateau Singh. Business and Coaching Certification with SukhDev Jackson and continues to be a forever student of life. 

Heddie Hall


Heddie began her yoga journey in 2015 while still in school at CU.

At first it was for the physical benefits but she quickly discovered how much more yoga has to offer and what she can learn from her practice. In 2016 she stumbled into her first teacher training not really knowing what she was getting into but she signed up for sculpt teacher training on a whim.

She then went down the teacher training rabbit hole and completed 2 more 200-hour teacher trainings. She started teaching in 2016 and is certified in Vinyasa, Hot, and Sculpt styles. She has helped facilitate programs and trainings as she has continued her teaching journey.

Heddie strongly believes yoga gives us the tools we need to help  connect/reconnect us to ourselves, how we hold ourselves in our lives off of our mat, and it shows us how strong and capable we really are. She wants her students to feel supported, empowered, and connected in her classes.

Shauna Zapp


hauna started practicing yoga in 2006 after moving back to Colorado. Being a former dancer, she found the physicality of yoga to be very captivating. Wanting to deepen her practice, Shauna completed a 200-hour Power Yoga Teacher Training in Boulder, Co in 2012. The transformation that took place was so profound, that Shauna felt called to teach and began teaching power in Longmont. Her journey was supported and encouraged by her husband and growing family.

When Shauna started practicing at Sol 19 in 2020, she experienced an ascending shift to her yoga practice. Shauna was overjoyed to discover a studio that supported her personal growth. Once she was bitten by the Rocket bug, Shauna completed her first 50 Hour Rocket Training at Sol in Oct 2021, and began teaching Power at Sol 19 shortly after. In Feb 2022, she completed Sol’s 50 Hour Hot Yoga training, followed by her second Rocket Training in March. Shauna now has 200-Hours in Power, 50-Hours in Hot, and 100-Hours in Rocket. She plans to complete 300 Hours of Advanced Studies to continue her growth as a teacher.


Yoga and her family are the two most important things in Shauna’s life. Besides teaching, Shauna is either focused on her family or on her mat continuing her growth as a student.


Ashley Jackson-Boroughf


Ash started her path to her mat after college in 2009. After many years of team sports she found her body needing some healing and didn’t realize that yoga would help her mind and soul as well. In 2013 she completed her 200 TT and started teaching Hot Yoga. After years of teaching Hot she was called to Sculpt and Vinyasa, she now teaches all 3 styles. Her husband has been with her on this journey and They have 2 boys and 2 pups together. She is a CO native and loves everything this state offers especially Jet Skiing, Snowmobiling, and multiple ways to have a healthy life.
Education: BAS Human Development and Family Studies,200 ERYT, 95 hr Kids Yoga

Maria Madera

Bhakti Manager

Maria has a background in project management which lends well to her role as our Bhakti Manager. Maria works hard to keep the studio clean and sanitized. Maria trains our bhakti yogis when they join the team.  

Arlene Miller


Arlene is a long-time student of Spiritual Alchemy with a daily yoga and meditation practice and a passion for Soul Readings using Psychic Tarot Oracle Cards, Energy Healing & Sleepy Time Meditations, Heart Alchemy Classes & Workshops, Life Coaching & Spiritual Mentoring.

Arlene is so grateful to be a part of the SOL 19 Yoga Community! 

Arlene is a Professional Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation, an A-V Rated Attorney in Colorado and a Senior Tutor and Mentor with the Global Coaching Academy.  Arlene also has Australian Diploma in Transformational Holistic Counselling and is Certified Meditation Facilitator.

Arlene is passionate about working with sensitive, intuitive souls, like yourself, who are ready for change, looking for answers and seeking something new that resonates with them and can make a real difference.  

Join Arlene’s Sol 19 Sleepy Time Meditations on Tuesdays at 8 pm on Zoom tocalm your mind and nervous system and to help you experience deep, restful sleep. 

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