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Yoga Teacher Training Salem Oregon

Uniting For A Vibrant Community

Indigo Yoga Teacher Training Certification in Salem Oregon

Our yoga studio in Salem is a shared space for you, me and we to gather for community, movement and reflection.

Theres a yoU and an I in union, the classic translation of yoga. The connections we explore in our individual practice, have a ripple effect for our loved ones, our community, and our world. Together we grow.

Welcome to Resonance Yoga Collective.

Yoga Informed Life Inspired

Mikki Trowbridge is an Oregon yoga and SUP yoga teacher and creator of Yoga + Beer pairings. Her classes are anatomically informed and soulfully inspired and reflect what shes found to be empowering from the time shes spent on my own mat in practice. She aspires to infuse her passion for the practice, her love of music and genuine, life-inspired musings into each class. As an analytical human, Mikki enjoys an alignment-based approach to asana, but believes that the alignment of postures should be something that is learned from the inside out, not from written rules. She strives to invite freedom of exploration, observation, and inquiry into each class, so that over time students discover their authentic alignment, on the mat, and off.

Mikki has been teaching in Salem, Oregon for over 10 years with studio classes at Indigo Wellness Center and Yoga Studio, along with private classes at a variety of local businesses and organizations. She also hosts regular Yoga + Beer events at Oregon breweries and offers StandUp Paddle Board Yoga classes in Pacific City, Oregon.

Facilitator Experience And Training

Jenifer Trivelli began teaching yoga and mindfulness to children in 2007. In 2009, she completed a master’s degree in Counseling while working as an elementary school counselor in Central Oregon. After moving to Oregons Willamette Valley, Jenifer taught classes locally and completed YogaCalm’s 100-hour Youth Instructor Certification Training. In 2018, she completed a 200-hr Adult Yoga Teacher Certification Program and began teaching yoga and mindfulness classes for adults while also integrating mindfulness and movement into her trainings for educators. Taking the Trauma Centers Trauma Sensitive Yoga 20hr workshop in the fall of 2018 provided formal integration of Jenifers loves of neuroscience, trauma resolution, and yoga/mindfulness. Most recently, Jenifer developed TIME:IN | Resiliency Training for Adolescents – an integrated mindfulness, neuroscience, and movement curriculum to address the gap between social-emotional curriculums in our schools and mental health services in the community.

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About The Breathing Room

Suzy McCalley, lead instructor and 500HR-RYT, founded The Breathing Room, a creative yoga community in 2013. In 2015, she established Breathing Access 5013 to deliver trauma-informed yoga and healing arts to Title 1 schools in Winston-Salem. Suzy incorporates a range of holistic practices into her work, including many styles of yoga, meditation practices and breathing techniques. She is also a Reiki Master and a certified EFT Practitioner. In July 2020, she completed a Master of Fine Arts degree from Goddard College connecting her social justice and equity work with spiritual and creative practice for individual and collective healing.

The Breathing Room instructors are experienced in working in diverse populations from beginners and children to older adults, students with physical and mental health challenges and individuals living in incarceration through a trauma informed approach.

The First Step In Every Yoga Teacher’s Training

Indigo Yoga Teacher Training

Open to everyone! You do not have to be able to do specific poses.

Not planning to teach? No problem! Teacher training is perfect for anyone who simply wants to deepen their study of yoga.

Meets general yoga teacher training requirement for Yoga Alliance registration as RYT 200.

200-hour certification qualifies you to enroll in our 300-hour teacher training program.

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Escape From It All On A Yoga Retreat In Oregon

Famous for its diverse landscapes, Oregon is a destination that will leave any traveler in complete awe. Embarking on a yoga retreat in Oregon will give you the golden chance to reconnect with nature and fall back in love with yoga. You can choose to go for a unique glamping vacation in Marcola or a refreshing hot springs holiday in Portland. How about a relaxing seaside retreat in the Oregon Coast? The possibilities are endless! So, book your spot today and have the time of your life!

New Training Series Starts In January 2022reserve Your Spot Now

Whether you aspire to teach or are pursuing yoga as a path of development, The Breathing Rooms 230-hour Yoga Teacher Training is for you.

Just as our studio provides a diverse array of approaches to arts, yoga, and wellness, our teacher training program is both broad and deep.

We feel strongly about the impact of learning together so our training is offered fully in-person.

The training will expose you to the major styles of yoga, as practiced in modern America, while giving you a thorough grounding in yoga philosophy, as shared through the ages. As we learn and grow together, we will have fun exploring asana, movement, music, meditation, breathing practices, and more.

Our approach to yoga is inclusive we value equity, social justice and believe yoga is for everyone. To this end, our instructors and students are diverse and reflect the communities we work with.

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Yoga Professor – Christina Cooper

Christinas passion for health and wellness stems from her days competing in collegiate track and cross country. She learned invaluable lessons after suffering the physical and mental effects of over exercise and following strict training programs. Learning to listen to her body, instead of following a one size fits all approach to fitness, lead her to find her passion for Yoga.

Her yoga practice helped heal her mind and body, and the effects filtered into all aspects of her life. She was so inspired by the positive impact that yoga had on her wellbeing she decided to become an instructor. Christina completed her 200-hour certification in 2010 through Core Power Yoga, and has taught there ever since. In 2020 Christina completed her 300 Hour certification through Prana Yoga.

Recognized as a senior Yoga instructor in the San Diego community, she is passionate about sharing the mind body connection, relaxation and inner peace which a balanced exercise routine can foster. Christina holds a B.S. in Kinesiology Public Health from California State University San Marcos and a M.S. in Exercise Physiology from San Diego State University.

She is excited to share her knowledge in helping to create a balanced and sustainable yoga class for all fitness levels as well as her understanding of stress management and injury prevention.

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Yoga Professor – Amore St Ives

Amore has the roots of the Pacific Northwest and the spirit of the Southern Coast. She spent many of her formative years exploring the healing powers of nature in Portland Oregon that initiated her love of untethered travel and learning. She went to school at The University California – San Diego, The Art Institute and Ashford University to follow her passion for people, movement and art. Currently she holds degrees in psychology, interior design, theatre dance and a Masters in management. In 2001 she served in the Peace Corps, Ghana Africa as a health and sanitation teacher to local villages. Upon returning from Africa Amore was diagnosed with two auto-immune diseases ankylosing spondylitis and ulcerative colitis. This has only activated a deeper yearning to learn and share her experience and knowledge as a collective community of healing.

Her mission is to share the depths of connectivity and consciousness through the teachings of yoga to her students and beyond.

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Yoga Professor – Sofie Blicher

My first memorable experience with yoga was when I travelled to Goa, India in 2007. I instantly was drawn to the body and mind connection that yoga provides and as I returned to Denmark , I continued my journey with yoga. I evolved my understanding on the holistic human view as I completed my Bachelors in Psychomotor Therapy and Relaxation.

My whole life, I have always been very physically active, horseback riding, sports, and competitive swimming, and I managed to make it my living sharing the passion for movement as I became a fitness instructor, and have been enjoying motivating people for the last decade. Fitness and exercise became such a passion of mine that I decide to expand my knowledge and completed my dual masters degree in Exercise Physiology and Nutritional Science at San Diego State University.

All through my time as a fitness instructor and student, yoga was always with me. As yoga was always my sacred space for a physical challenge and increased body awareness, I decided to share that joy with others, and I completed my 200 hours Yoga Alliance certificate. I am eager to help others become physically stronger with a deeper understanding of their body and mind connection.

Holistic Yoga Therapeuticstmyoga Alliance Certified

This is a 300-hour, Yoga Alliance registered Teacher Training program that focuses on therapeutic applications of yoga for injury prevention and rehabilitation in conjunction with mental and emotional health. Upon graduation from this program you will be qualified to work therapeutically with students in group and private settings.

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Salem Teacher + Assistant Manager Of All The Things

Jaime has come full circle with her love of yoga . She discovered her love of yoga through none other than a Salem yoga + beer class only a few years ago! She loves the sense of discovery that yoga has inspired in herself and others – creating a space to explore new ideas, challenge body and mind, as well as celebrate the little things in life. She likes to stick to the fundamentals with her practice but likes to always weave a fun and feel-good vibe into it. She believes that yoga is for everyone and is excited to be apart of a team and atmosphere that encourages community and trying new things!

Jaime completed her 200 hour certification with Three Sisters Yoga in Portland. She is looking forward to completing her 500 hour in the next year and is always looking to expand her yoga knowledge. Over the summer she added Stand Up Paddleboard Yoga to her resume and loved every minute of it. For Jaime, yoga has been the most unexpected and wonderful journey and she is very excited to start this new chapter.

Jaime is a lover of all types of beer. She is always on the hunt for her next favourite sour variety, and is slowly embracing the world of IPAs. When shes not enjoying a brew or on her mat, you can find her soaking up a good book, drinking all the coffee, stand up paddleboarding, going to concerts, and sharing laughter with family and friends.

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Vancouver + Camas Teacher

Indigo Yoga Salem Oregon

Originally born in Ukraine, Yuliya immigrated to the US in 1991, and has since then called the PNW her home. Yuliya has been practicing yoga since 2016 and is passionate about bringing the life changing benefits of yoga to those around. She received her 200 hr Hatha/Vinyasa Yoga Training through The Yoga Home in Costa Rica and has been teaching group classes as well as 1:1 sessions.

Yuliya is passionate about bringing body-awareness, gratitude, and positivity when sharing her knowledge of yoga. She is dedicated to creating a safe space that cultivates an environment where yogis can connect to themselves in order to tune in with mind, body, and spirit.

Yuliya lives in Vancouver, WA with her 9 yr old daughter, her cat, and 4 chickens. She enjoys gardening with a frosty IPA or cider.

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Yoga Studies And Yoga Teacher Training Certificate

For those interested in the YTT program, please submit an interest form.

  • PAC 203: Observation & Assistant Instructional Practice
  • PAC 204: Lead Instructional Practice
Required Academic Course
  • REL 433: Theory and Practice of Modern Yoga
  • PSY 495: Psychology of Meditation
  • REL 432: Yoga and Tantric Traditions
  • REL 434: Spirituality and Ecology: Green Yoga
  • PSY 486: Yoga and Mental Health
  • BI 231: Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • BI 241: Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory
  • REL 435: Yoga Philosophy
  • REL 437: Advanced Yoga Teaching Seminar 1
  • REL 438: Advanced Yoga Teaching Seminar II
  • REL 410: Internship

Yoga Teacher Training Includes:

Complete philosophy and history of yoga. We will explore the depths of yoga techniques and their safe practice asana, pranayama, meditation, and mindfulness.

Our anatomy, physiology, and kinesiology sections will address both the Western and Eastern perspectives. We will also cover the ethics of yoga and best business practices.

You will develop knowledge and comfort in teaching skills such as language and sequencing, position assists, modifications, and props.

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Portland Teacher Community Leader

Seville believes in the healing power of yoga. She loves bringing the revitalizing and calming aspects of the practice into each class she teaches. But she also brings lightheartedness, a funky flow, and a couple swear words to each practice! She believes that yoga can be for everyone and every body. Seville loves how Yoga + Beer brings so many people together and she’s excited to be a part of this community! She completed her 200 hour certification at Love Yoga Studio in Albany where she has been teaching.

Seville loves all types and varieties of beers and ciders, but she’s recently found a love for IPAs. She enjoys trying new beers, especially while trying new and exciting recipes. She can be found spending time with her two sons, wearing tie dye, singing, and riding her bike around.

She lives her life by the mantra of “Peace, Love, Namaste, and Cheers!”

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What Teacher Training Students Say

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“I am very happy with the 300 hour YTT program at Sunrise Yoga Studio! Valerie Kiser takes the responsibility of proper instruction/training of her students seriously. She delivers pertinent, accurate, constructive and relate-able information in a genuine, clear and applicable way. The modules are well-balanced and fairly priced. I have gained a great deal of knowledge from this program and definitely recommend to students and teachers.”

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What Is Yoga For First Responders

YogaShield® Yoga For First Responders® is a 501 non-profit organization providing yoga training that is job specific and culturally informed. The techniques and drills taught using YFFRs unique protocol trains in a skill set for:

  • Processing the inevitable stress of a career in emergency services

  • Building mental, physical, and emotional resilience

  • Enhancing optimal levels of job performance from decision making to tactical skills

YogaShield Yoga For First Responders builds elite Firefighters, Law Enforcement Officers, Emergency Medical Technicians, Telecommunicators, and military members for a long, survivable, and rewarding career. YFFR ensures the long-term sustainability of our classes and stress management trainings in department and academy settings through systematic programming that is operationally sound. You can support these trainings and programs through our Ongoing Fundraising Campaign instantly.

Corvallis + Albany Teacher

Caits love for yoga extends back a decade and bringing beer into the mix started almost 3 years ago at Block 15 Brewery in Corvallis when she taught her first Yoga and Beer class. A natural compliment to each other, Cait found that bringing people together for yoga and a beer was a perfect way to start teaching after completing her 200RYT at LiveWell Studio in 2016.

Drawn to yoga to compliment her active lifestyle, Cait has found yoga to be the ideal foundation for not only improving athletic performance but finding inner peace. Her teaching style stems from 14 years of dancing and her personal practice in Ashtanga Yoga. Strong and fluid with a focus on breath and alignment. Caits aims to challenge all levels of students to find their inner strength through movement, laughter and sharing a delicious post class pint.

When she is not teaching yoga you can find Cait chasing her 3 and 5 year old daughters around the Willamette Valley, running marathons, and mountain biking with her husband. Cait has enjoyed the opportunity to bring yoga into her corporate life as well. As a software consultant and MBA student, she has had the opportunity to teach at a few software conferences as well as share her love for yoga with fellow MBA students. Cait loves seeing the “busy bees” of corporate america reap the benefits of a yoga practice and hopes to continue to spread the yoga beer love to many more students and executives in the valley.

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As a child who was raised among athletes, I have always loved playing sports and being physically active. Without hesitation, I studied Exercise Science for my undergraduate degree to gain more knowledge about human movement sciences. Then I went on to earn my Ph.D. degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Exercise Physiology from Iowa State University. I have taught many courses in the field of Exercise Science. Throughout my education and career, I primarily focused on physical fitness, but truly felt there was a lack of connection and balance between the physical body and mind.

Then I started wondering how to heal the distressed body, while also thinking about how to reconnect the body and mind. One of the solutions that I found was the study of yoga. As I started to practice more yoga, my physical body was able to start to connect with my mind, and ultimately, find the balance in between. Since then, I have loved practicing yoga, which lead me to earn the 200-hour San Diego Miramar College Certification of Performance in Yoga and the 200-hr Yoga Alliance Certificate to teach and spread the power of yoga to others.

Lastly, I love spending time with my husband and our three kids. I love spending time outdoors, on the beach and in the nature in our sunny San Diego. I currently teach yoga activity classes at San Diego Miramar College. I hope you join the great journey of yoga with me and the rest of our program.


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