Amy Vetter is the owner of Wild Rose Yoga in Cle Elum, WA. She resides in Cle Elum with her husband Mark, her son Alex, her daughter Charlee, silver lab Bubba Blue and kitty Yoda. Amy has a BA in Fine Arts from Seattle University. She loves family time, outdoor adventures with friends, traveling, reading and, of course, yoga.
Amy started practicing yoga in 2006 while in college. She was struggling with insomnia and looking for a way to calm her mind. She came across a flyer in her local Starbucks offering a free yoga class; she attended the class and her life was forever changed.
Amy practiced yoga with former Buddhist monk turned yoga teacher, Seong Yoon Lee. She learned to connect her body and mind through the use of breath and movement. She started practicing meditation and mindfulness. These tools have allowed her to become more resilient and live her life to the fullest!
Amy got her 200 HR YTT certification from Cascade School of Yoga in July 2020. In January of 2022, she got her 100 HR YTT in Restorative Yoga and Meditation at the community of PachaMama in Costa Rica. She is a registered yoga teacher through Yoga Alliance.
Amy never planned on teaching yoga as it was such a personal practice for her. Now, she is confident it is her dharma to share the gifts that she’s received from her yoga practice over the years with all of her community!
“Our goal in life is not to become perfect; our goal is to become whole.”