Daniel Taylor


Daniel has taught over four thousand classes in six years. Collecting certifications in Modern Vinyasa Yoga at a 200hr level through the Kest Lineage, 300hr certification in Alignment Yoga with Christina Sell. Daniel was invited to study Traditonal Hatha Yoga Internationally in India with Swati & Rajiv Chanchani through the Alignment Iyengar School of Yoga. Daniel also has XPT Breath-work (Pranayama) and is Reiki 1 & 2 certifications. In addition, Daniel has his Level 1 & 2 Trauma Informed Yoga Therapy on top of his Colorado State Recovery Coach Certification. Daniel has lead multiple trainings and has been sought out for his Master lectures. 

Daniel lost both of his parents due to their drug addictions and has endured trauma that most have experience to some capacity. Yoga has been a saving grace to his own personal transformation. Daniel has found success in studying traditional tools for modern applications. Daniel currently teaches at 7 studios, 18 times a week. Teaching to public audiances as well as special audience. Daniel’s experience teaching at Jefferson County Jail has lead to his work with those experiencing Homelessness at the Salvation Army. Daniel’s Dream is to spread yogic philosophy to all no matter what back ground. Everyone deserves to find their true essence, their true selves. In the pursuit of Love, Daniel believes we just need the right tools to find ourselves. Daniel has his own Non-Profit, Humble Foundation, where he has raised over twenty thousand dollars for the homeless. Daniel is a Yoga Gives Back Ambassador, a nonprofit aiding  scholarships women business and children education in India through their “Micro-Loans” program. Daniel is a lifelong student and believes that the importance of continuing education. To sitting in the seat of the student is of the utmost importance for the growth and development of a teacher trainer, yogi, friend, and individual . It is with humility, reverence, and grace, Daniel returns to his mat to learn, focus, create, and celebrate. Let’s dance in life’s destruction, smile in our suffering, with unity in community. 

“Yoga Chitta Vritti Nirodha” 

Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra’s 1.2