Robyn is a PhD candidate working under Dr. Roger Enoka in the Neurophysiology of Movement Laboratory at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Her research is focused on the neuromechanics of flexibility, sensory contributions to movement, and how pain alters movement patterns.
As a yoga teacher, Robyn’s goal is to help people move and feel better both on and off the mat. She began practicing yoga in 1999 and teaching in 2004, and continues to be an avid student of yoga and movement. She has studied with yoga teachers from many yoga styles including Sianna Sherman, Amy Ippoliti, Jill Miller, Shiva Rea, Richard Freeman, as well as tantric philosophy with Dr. Douglas Brooks. In addition to her formal yoga training, she holds a master’s degree in biological anthropology, and is a Certified Corrective Exercise Specialist through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM-CES). Robyn’s classes are challenging and fun as well as therapeutic and nurturing. Her students experience her love and dedication through her welcoming presence, fiercely attentive focus, and engaging 1:1 therapeutic and educational private sessions