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When we started thinking about opening a studio, we realized that while there are many great spaces and teachers in Denver (and around the country) yet we found ourselves traveling far and wide to tap into those teachers and spaces that we felt truly elevated the practice and challenged us to be better people and global citizens. It occurred to us that if we could create a space that brought those components into one place, and could also deliver a high quality, thoughtful, intentional and challenging class Every. Single. Time. We might just be on to something special.

As a studio, we choose to acknowledge our bias – both implicit and explicit. We believe that privilege is a force multiplier. It has the ability to corrupt, inspire greed, create fear and drive scarcity. It can also be used to remove the barriers that divide and oppress us. Yoga has become a practice of the privileged, but we are committed to strengthening our community by actively working to make our space and yoga more accessible. We do this both with the most accessible prices in Denver and with a pristine space that is free from culturally appropriated images, symbols or merchandise.

BBY’s teachers, students, and the neighborhood we live in are all integral to who we are and how we exist within the larger yoga community. Walking in to a class at BBY, whether it is your first time or your 500th, should be a special, welcoming, challenging and completely unpretentious experience. Our goal is to help you connect to the grit you already have inside of you and the grace that we believe we could all benefit from extending to ourselves and each other.

Strengthen: You will find your power in our space. You will grow stronger in physical body, mental focus, and connection to your breath. You will develop deep and meaningful relationships with your fellow yogis, teachers and your practice. We are also committed to strengthening this community by actively working to make our space and yoga available to every. single. body.

Connection: BBY provides a place to connect to yourself. We will encourage you to connect to your breath, your body, mind, spirit and the world around you. BBY will also ask that challenge you to ask yourself how you think about the world and we hope to encourage you to step outside of your current belief systems and be willing to address your internal and implicit biases - about your own body, your own limitations, and your role and responsibility in the world.

Engagement: You will be challenged to engage physically, mentally and spiritually in every single class in some way. We will also encourage you to engage with your neighbors and the community around you.

Every class and each teacher at BBY not only embody these ideals but also, we each strive to show up with our truest selves every single time. It is this commitment to authenticity that allows us to be connected and engaged to our truest selves which, in turn, helps us support our students as they find their truest selves.

As a team of teachers, we are a tight knit group, committed to growing our practice and our studio community. Just like our yoga, we are a work in progress, a journey. Our experience as teachers, facilitators, guides, and as a studio is evolving. We believe in always learning, always growing and always challenging ourselves.

This means embracing the valleys and the peaks, it means we explore our biases, question the way things have always been done, examine our habits and struggles and that we are committed to becoming familiar with that space outside of our own comfort zone. We value feedback, constructive and complementary and we honor each other’s differences, style and experiences because after all, isn’t that what makes life so special? In some ways, it becomes clear that our differences are truly the only thing that unite us.

We EmbracE Different Perspectives

Our life experiences, beliefs and values shape who we are and how we interact in the world. For example, my life lens is from the point of view of a white woman of privilege born and raised in Colorado and as the studio owner, means that I regularly question my responsibility to and for issues like gentrification, racism, advocacy and activism. As a yogi, it means I strive to be aware of how my actions affect other people and what it means to truly embrace and work toward inclusivity. As a mother, it means I feel a responsibility to raise a kind, brave, and mindful child.

We all have bias. As a studio and teachers, we do our best to be aware of the bias we bring to our interactions and experiences. This - just like our yoga practice - is evolving. It takes practice, a willingness and commitment to try and view things from a different lens than our own.

We respect and value the experiences that make each of us who we are, honoring that we likely haven’t lived that experience and so are committed to finding ways to discuss, embrace and possibly even grow through those ideas that may challenge us.

If you would like to learn more about appropriation of indigenous cultures in the wellness industry, we invite you to check out some of these articles. And, we would love to start a conversation with you should you have any questions or comments you’d like to share.

It’s Time to Stop Exploiting Native Cultures in Wellness. Here’s How.

Wellness Has a Diversity Issue

Wellness Has a Race Problem

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Devyn’s mission is to inspire others to self-love and to know that each person possesses greatness in their own skin, soul, and mind. Her attitude within her teaching is to serve the students and allow them to find creativity through movement and making new shapes with their bodies. She desires to create uniqueness in her flows and to get her students to try things they didn’t know they could do. Devyn is an E-YRT 200, CPT, and enjoys the edge of yoga meeting plyometric power movements. She has specialized in yin and restorative yoga as well, completing a balanced approach to grounding and intensity. When Devyn is not at the studio, or the gym, she enjoys photography, cooking, and reading.


Melanie Brochard

Melanie’s classes are filled with breath, heart, warmth and great music. She believes in slowing down and savoring each breath and fully feeling into each movement, both in her own practice, and when leading. Melanie views teaching as an offering, as her opportunity to share what she loves and cherishes about yoga, which is time for breath and time for feeling alive, empowered and strong. Mel typically gets on her mat before each class and feel what is needed in her body, believing in the wisdom of our own bodies to guide our practice and dictate what we need. When she is not teaching, Melanie enjoys spending time with her husband and 2 sons, friends, family and 2 dobermans. Melanie completed her 200 hour YTT in 2014, under a Baptiste and a Bhakti trainer. 


Sara Chaplin

After more than a decade of consistent yoga practice, Sara decided she wanted to share her knowledge and passion for this practice with others. Yoga has provided an outlet that allows Sara to shed what she no longer needs and make space for what it is that she does need. Her intention for classes is to guide students to this sense of balance so they can bring it into their everyday lives. Sara became certified in December 2016 with CorePower Yoga’s 200 hour training program. She hopes to bring a lightness and playfulness to her classes so that her students walk away feeling they have more of what they need and less of what they don’t.



Susan quickly fell in love with the practice as a way to get fit and healthier and discovered how important yoga was for her physical, emotional, and mental health. As an avid runner, Susan has found yoga an incredible compliment be able to perform at her best. Through yoga, she has reinvented herself, and has a new life mission supporting others through all of life’s joys, difficulties, and inevitable struggles. Recently, Susan began the transition to a plant-based lifestyle. She is fascinated with nutrition and its relationship with mental as well as physical health. Running began her journey toward a healthier lifestyle, but yoga and nutrition has allowed Susan to dig deeper in finding her healthiest and happiest self. Susan completed her RYT200 training at Asana Studio in Arvada, Colorado. 


Lucie Geraci

Lucie has been active in the yoga community for years as a student, teacher, and trainer. Her mission is to encourage students to explore their unique spirituality through mindful movement and meditation. With creative, challenging, and custom fit classes, she strives to apply her yoga practice into any flavor of fitness off the mat and into the world. Lucie received her 200-hour certification through Charm City Yoga in 2015 and her 300-hour certification in 2016 through Yogaworks. When not teaching, you can find her climbing, paddling, or hiking with my pup.

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Christine, a native of Colorado is a classically trainer dancer who says yoga found her at precisely the right moment. In hopes of reducing stress, Christine wondered into a yin yoga class and was immediately hooked. In 2018 Christine took her passion for yoga to the next level and completed her 200 hour TT at Better Buzz Yoga. She is gratified and humbled to be one of the first graduates of the Better Buzz Teacher Training program. She went on to receive her yin yoga teaching certification from the Freyja Project in 2019.

Known for her calm, caring and kind demeanor, Christine is excited to share yoga with her students to help them gracefully discover how to live each moment more mindfully and how to cultivate more self-love, gratitude and resiliency.


Caitlin Rose Kenney

Caitlin Rose teaches yoga to satisfy the whole being and speaks about the physical practice as an access point for widespread change in mental patterns, emotional states, and connection to spirit. Caitlin Rose is known for holding space with a calm confidence that allows practitioners to move safely, feel their experience, revitalize and heal. Her gentle demeanor and articulate instructions aid students at any level to advance their ability for precision and graceful embodiment.

Caitlin Rose has been teaching since 2011 and has studied a variety of yoga styles which make her offerings rich and unique.  Whether she is teaching an energetic flow or a restoring yin class, you can expect her sequencing to be both creative and grounded in smart anatomical progressions. Her most recent studies have focused on Yin Yoga and weaving wisdom from Chinese Meridian Theory into her classes. Her significant teachers and mentors include Sarah Powers, Gina Caputo, Elena Brower, Kathryn Budig, Rachel Hull, Anna Smallwood and Laura Allard.

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Laura Leathers

Laura is a former college athlete and registered 500 hour yoga teacher with a passion for physical fitness and wellness. Laura is a strong advocate of the physical benefits of yoga and her classes are focused on core strength, dynamic movement, and balance. Her mission is to use the yoga asana practice to guide others inward and share the mental, emotional, and spiritual insights that yoga has to offer its practitioners.



Self-discovery is a beautiful thing, and just one of many facets of yoga that keeps Jamie coming back. She first came to yoga simply as a means to help ease some of the strain she was experiencing in her knees, but found the practice has shaped and changed her life in ways innumerable. It has given her body more strength and endurance, it has challenged Jamie to deeply explore her mental landscape. Jamie believes yoga presents infinite potential for physical, mental, and spiritual growth, and she is grateful to be part of this community. Jamie loves guiding students through a physically challenging and mentally engaging practice and loves all that she learns from and with everyone in the local yoga tribe. Jamie’s motto is “Let’s root for each other, and watch each other grow.” Jamie completed her RYT200 at LifeTime Fitness in Centennial, Colorado.



Yoga is a journey. It breaks society’s conditioned norms of checking things off a list, of striving for perfection, of always thinking what’s next. Yoga is presence within the moment and excitement for personal growth. Meg first discovered yoga as a form of fitness in 2012, but quickly realized it wasn’t just her biceps that were growing - it was her soul. Meg became addicted to the practice, craving space within her own authentic self for the first time. When she’s on her mat, she gets lost in the moment and in growing her light. Meg hopes to provide her students with a space where they can be vulnerable, leave the outside world behind, and look within themselves to find the power of their own inner light. When we all shine we make the world a brighter place. Meg completed her RYT200 at CorePower Yoga in 2015.


Jenna Perry

I am a brand new yoga teacher, recently graduated from Better Buzz’s first ever teacher training this past fall. Better Buzz captured my heart and offered me community here in Denver, and I am beyond thrilled to find my voice as a teacher! Labor and Delivery RN by day and novice meditator by night, yoga greets me with gratitude on and off my mat--with legs up the wall to calm my brain before sleep, an impromptu Malasana squat in the nurses station at work, or sinking my breath with my neighbors, mid-flow. I am grateful for what yoga has brought to my life, and I am eager to share it in a new way. I am an avid backyard gardener, a seeker of mountain air, and a lover of good food and laughter. I hope to bring optimism, creativity, and community to my yoga class. Thanks for being a part!



Morgan is a creative. Raised in a family where the hand was an essential tool, her earliest expressions came in the form of musicianship, tactile arts, and visual storytelling. Drawing from her ancestry, Morgan weaves her sequences from the wisdom of the Aztecas, and the Cherokee; she routinely uses her instincts to support the needs of her students, rarely repeating the same class twice. A born traveler and linguist, Morgan supplements the flavor of her teachings with experiences gathered from far corners of the earth. With hundreds of hours of teaching experience in Vinyasa, Yin, Prenatal, and Bilingual yoga, her empowering sequences will deliver you to numerous energetic peaks. Whether in a public class or private instruction, Morgan offers supportive assists and her fondness of storytelling will leave you feeling fresh, light, and connected. Morgan is an E-RYT instructor with a 500 RYT certification through Kindness Yoga. 


Sonja Roth

My love of yoga started back in 2008 in Gainesville, Florida when a friend dragged me to a 100 degree/100 minute practice. I was hooked immediately! My practice has taken me up an down the East coast, all the way out to Korea and now to the great state of Colorado. I found my yoga home here in Denver at Better Buzz and just completed my 200RYT training with the very first class of Better Buzz Teacher Training. As a teacher I seek to lead classes that are both accessible to everybody and help promote the understanding that yoga isn't just for flexible people -- it's for everyone and every body type. Expect classes full of community breath, great music and positive energy. 



Life has a beautiful yet unpredictable cadence. In the past few years, Jaime has lived in different countries, moved multiple times, married her best friend, lost and found important people, started a business (Better Buzz Yoga!) and recently gave birth to the most incredible, brave and kind baby boy, Colden Briggs. Yoga reminds her that no matter what is going on in her world, she knows if she can make it to her mat, she has the opportunity to reconnect, reset and find her center at any time. This practice is about connection for Jaime and she is grateful for the daily reminder of the journey we are all on. Jaime loves hearing the collective sigh of letting go, creating union with breath and the simple act of being in a space with others, wherever we are on our path. She finds it to be a lovely metaphor for life and is honored to have the opportunity to practice with you whenever you may meet! Jaime is an E-RYT200 and RYT500.

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Raymond Tapia

Stumbling upon the healing practice of yoga was the catalyst for immense change in Raymond’s life. He first dedicated himself to his practice in 2014 with the hope to calm his anxious mind and restore health to his physical body. His journey towards healing naturally led him to explore his practice deeper by completing his first 200-hour yoga teacher training in 2016 and his second in 2017. Inspired by the liberating effects of yoga, Raymond has passionately set out to share this transformational practice with anyone who hoping to discover a greater sense of mental or physical freedom. Linking the rhythm of breath to movement, Raymond strives to create a sense of meditation in motion by offering incremental and inclusive flows that allow his students to feel safe, supported, and encouraged to explore their body through a renewed sense of physical and mental awareness.

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Joy Wegs

Joy’s teaching style is light, bright, challenging, playful, inspiring and sometimes upside down. She first discovered Yoga in college where she happily practiced and studied Iyengar. After a long chunk of time her yoga practiced was wakened out of its hibernation when she took her first heated vinyasa class in 2008. The rest is history, one may say. Joy has a playful way of bringing you back to your childhood and back to your own personal freedom by gently challenging you to declare freedom from all self-made limitations. She will work to always remind you that the world is filled with more beauty and goodness than not and that YOU are perfect!