Our Instructors


Britt is an athlete that began practicing yoga for sports training and ended up using it as a tool for healing from the aftermath of all that sports do. She teaches light-hearted classes that focus on strength and balance. No two classes are the same, but they almost always include a little bit of everything (body-wise) with fun music. Her hobbies include but aren't limited to; climbing, skiing, biking, yoga, painting, dancing, writing, cooking, and beer. 


Peace, Relaxation and Bliss throughout life is my goal for everyone!  Yoga is a great way to empower yourself to create your highest potential, no matter your activity level.  My yoga instructionfocuses on symmetrical joint stability and mobility to facilitate doing all the activity you want for as long as you want, without injury.  I am a practicing physical therapist and understand what it takes to keep joints healthy and injury free.   Teaching here at the Spire is a wonderful way for me to combine my long time activities and passions of rock climbing and yoga with overall wellness and health.

I have been a certified 200 RYT Instructor since 2011 and studying for my 500 ERYT.  Certifications are with Yoga Alliance and Yoga Fit.  I teach Hatha Vinyasa Alignment flow, Power yoga , and Restorative yoga.

I am Board Certified Physical Therapist working in an Outpatient setting for the last 12 years and enjoy integrating yoga into my practice.

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Kaitlin began practicing yoga while attending college in Florida in 2006, exploring different styles on and off for 5 years. During the next few years yoga became a constant as she moved from the Caribbean to Maui, back to the Virgin Islands to Portland, OR and finally home to Montana. As the landscapes, cultures, and experiences changed she was able to turn to yoga for a grounding connection and a way to find depth with her fitness, flexibility, and spirituality. Being drawn towards the flow of vinyasa style yoga, she completed her 200-hour training with Corepower Yoga of Portland, Oregon in August of 2014.

A native Montanan, Kaitlin has a natural love for the outdoors where she can be found running and biking backwoods trails, rock climbing, hiking, skiing, rollerblading, playing volleyball and disc golf. She brings laughter and light to her classes and is inspired and humbled by her students.


Kate was born and raised right here in Bozeman, MT. She grew up skiing with her dad, practicing yoga with her mom, and participating in all the outdoor activities Bozeman has to offer. Kate spent some time in Bellingham, WA attending college then returned to Bozeman to finish her degree. In 2013 she graduated from MSU with a B.S. in geology. During her final year of college, Kate attended a nine-month 260-hour yoga teacher training through Nancy Ruby’s Yoga Motion (Yoga Alliance recognized), completing her certification in June of 2014. She enjoys sharing her love of yoga with the community!


I guess I actually began doing yoga when I was little. My parents would occasionally send my sister and I off to a kids yoga camp with a friend's mom. But I only really began my own journey with yoga a couple of years ago after graduating high school here in Bozeman. I completed my first training in Nicaragua last summer and recently returned from my second in Baja. My classes are for all levels and are usually themed around anything from the elements, chakras, body parts, yogic teachings, breath work, or something else all together! My passions include (and are not limited to) yoga, painting, climbing, traveling, and anything to do with the ocean. 


After attending Bikram Yoga training in 2001, Meg opened one of Montana's first hot yoga studios. Since being director and owner, she has travelled extensively to Australia, Hawaiian Islands and the east coast as a guest teacher where she has facilitated in house teacher training seminars and led workshops. Meg has had the privilege to study and practice with Diane Ducharme, Craig Villani, Esak Garcia and Mary Jarvis. With classic hot yoga as her foundation, Meg is also very much inspired by Eric Schiffmann, Dharma Mittra and Tony Sanchez. When not teaching hot yoga, her class tends to be a fusion of all her teacher's golden nuggets where she teaches with integrity, intention and intuition. Recently, Meg has been fired up about fascia release techniques. After 17 years of practicing yoga, Meg now almost always includes these techniques along side her personal time on the mat. When not guiding a class, she is spending time with family and scheming ways to return to the sun, sand and salt.


Regena is a Transformational Coach, Author, and Speaker who helps conscious women and men to get unstuck and live more passionately.  Prior to establishing her coaching business, Regena was, and still is Real Estate Investor, Professional Realtor and dedicated Yoga Instructor. She offers a wide range of programs and services from Coaching to Energy Therapy using a variety of modalities including Neural Linguistic Programming, Reiki, and the Tapping technique. Regena specializes in helping her students get unstuck and move thru fear to help them live more purposefully, and passionately. She currently splits her time between the Mountains of Montana and the Ocean/Seaside of Florida, she's excited to be inmersed in the communities she lives in, as well as expending her reach to a global audience and globally while she shares her joy of Yoga around the world. She continues to lead workshops and retreats and welcomes the opportunity to share her experience with others.  www.SpirtualJunkie.com


In 2011, my sister dragged me to a yoga class after a breakup. I was an emotional wreck and inflexible from years of racing track, and I found staying with myself on the mat and doing the postures excruciating. But the practice slowly helped me to refine myself as I experienced remarkable physical and mental benefits, and one day I signed up for a Power Yoga teacher training in Boulder, Colorado. I moved there from Boston without a mat or a clue about what a great role yoga would end up playing in my life. I now practice about fifteen hours weekly, and I've started an online yoga business to bring Power Yoga to anybody, anywhere, anytime. Power and Hot Yoga offer me practices that are infused with the same intensity as racing –– without the stress-inducing competition. They are also forms of self-expression that bring me great joy, and it feels so good to help others cultivate physical and mental strength, balance, flexibility and endurance. Being part of the yoga community in particular has been like being on a sports team that continues to help me be the best version of myself. I look forward to growing that community by teaching at Spire. When I am not doing yoga, I'm adventuring in the mountains, snacking, painting, and working on an MFA in Writing through Vermont College of Fine Arts.


Terra believes that a powerful yoga practice can be crafted for any individual, regardless of their age, experience or physical ability. Terra Kopf is a RYT who focuses on uniting breath and movement through a dynamic vinyasa flow. The goal is to allow for healing and personal transformation, breath by breath. Terra specializes in creating unique and inspiring classes that leave students feeling whole and content in body, mind, and spirit. Terra completed her training at the Maui Yoga Shala in 2014, and has continued to study with many teachers including Nat Kendall, Eddie Modestini, Adam Ballenger and Desiree Rumbaugh.


I am a personal trainer at Montana State University and also own S.G. Personal Training.  I have been in the fitness industry for about four years. Exercise has helped me feel more confident, happy, and energetic than I ever thought was possible. I enjoy helping everyone set goals and reach them. I am NETA Personal Trainer certified, Kettlbell, OULA Dance Fitness, and P90X certified.