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Kelly Moore launched The Balanced Being in 1997 and has been working therapeutically with individuals since 1990. Integrating her experience as an instructor and practitioner of neuromuscular therapy, instructor of anatomy, and practictioner and instructor of Iyengar yoga, Kelly brings tangible techniques and results to her clients.   

From 1990 to 1996, Kelly worked in the social services with at-risk teens and families in Bellingham, Washington.  During this time Kelly completed her BA in Sociology from Western Washington University, along with attending numerous trainings and seminars related to healthy communication and relationships. 

After a move to Denver in 1996, Kelly soon began studies of the body at The Center of Advanced Therapeutics.  After establishing a bodywork practice in 1997 and completing several advanced programs in neuromuscular reeducation and fascial release, Kelly began teaching therapeutic massage modalities in 2000 (including Neuromuscular Techniques, Anatomy in Clay, Deep Tissue Techniques, Swedish Massage, and assisting in Advance Neuromuscular Technique seminars).  Kelly's manual therapy practice extends itself to many people and conditions, however, her work is especially refined in the areas of injury and pain, athletes, and prenatal.   

Interested in the path of wellbeing, Kelly began studying Iyengar Yoga at Yoga Northwest in 1995.  Enjoying the practice of yoga and the profound effects on all of the aspects of body, mind, and conscouisness, Kelly began teaching yoga in 2005.   Kelly is a Certified Iyengar Yoga Instructor and currently holds a certificate at the Intermediate Junior 3 level.   The certification process in the Iyengar method takes many years of rigorous and in depth study requiring sophisticated knowledge of the asanas (poses), acute teaching skills, understanding of anatomy and philosophy.  Kelly regularly studies with senior Iyengar yoga teachers including trips to India in 2006 and 2009 to study with the Iyengar family at (RIYMI) Ramami Iyengar Yoga Memorial Institute, as well as Senior Iyengar teachers Swati and Rajiv Chanchani.  Kelly and her husband, Steven, opened Living Yoga, a yoga studio and wellness center in Denver, CO. Additionally, Kelly hosted the daily television series "Living Yoga" which aired on Comcast Xfinity cable television from 2014-2018.  

Kelly has enjoyed hiking in the Rocky Mountains, completing several sprint and olympic distance triathlons, meditation, sculpture and drawing, world travels, and learning in new creative ways. 



Steven Norber integrates a life long history of body awareness with an inquiry into what it means to be human.   With a wide array of experience, including a career as a professional dancer (classical ballet), ballet instructor, physical therapy assistant, social service worker, counselor, neuromuscular therapist, and yoga instructor, Steven works with people to create an authentic space for health and wholeness.  Steven holds a BA in psychology along with master's level psychology and education classes at the University of Colorado-Denver.   

In 1999 Steven completed the certified and advanced program from the Center of Advanced Therapeutics in bodywork and neuromuscular therapy.  In addition to maintaining a bodywork practice in both Denver and Broomfield, Steven taught neuormuscular therapy to massage therapists and a special course for physical therapists.  Steven continues to offer anatomy and physiology training for yoga teachers. 

Steven was introduced to yoga as academic study in 1976 during high school. A traumatic brain injury received in 1986 moved him ever more inward and eventually led him to France to study with Iyengar teacher Francois Raoult.  Through this meeting it became clear to Steven that the path of Iyengar yoga had been waiting for him.  Partnered with his teacher training with Nancy Stechert, Steven served as instructor for the anatomy & physiology component.   A Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher, Steven has studied with the Iyengar's in Pune India, Rajiv and Swati Chanchani in Rajpur India, and attends teacher's classes offered by Manouso Manos and Gloria Goldberg in the United States.

Married in 1999, Steven and Kelly enjoy traveling, being in nature and, of course, yoga with their center "Living Yoga".  Inspired by the love of music (albeit lacking musical talent), Steven has endeavored to keep music in his life through designing and manufacturing high end audio components with his company PranaFidelity.