Our instructors are really what make SALT shine! All are RYT-200 certified (at least 200 hours of teacher training) and are excellent yoga teachers from a technical point of view. But what makes our instructors special are the principles they adhere to beyond the technical. They understand that students thrive in a positive, encouraging, and motivating atmosphere. They truly love teaching yoga and it shows! Whether you are an experienced student seeking growth or someone who has never taken a yoga class, we would be honored to meet you where you are and assist you in taking your body to places of strength and achievement you never thought possible!
Alignment and meditation are Liz’s favorite aspects of yoga, and blending the two is her favorite way to practice. It’s Liz’s personal philosophy that anyone who has a body deserves to have a basic knowledge of how it works, so that each of us can be inspired to take our health and happiness more fully into our own hands. Her classes invite each practitioner into deeper self-study, mindfulness, and accountability through lighthearted play, creative exploration, and alignments that serve us on and off the mat.
Class Description: Liz’s class is designed to be like movement medicine, combining functional movement with a meditative twist. Create balanced tone, fluid power, and increased self-awareness in this mindful flow class.
Keri Edwardes has been teaching power yoga for nearly ten years. She believes a strong, healthy body is the way to a strong, healthy mind and spirit. Her classes are challenging and encourage students to reach their full potential as a human being. You are free to explore more advanced variations of poses, or to relax and just be in the room. She believes in making the most out of this precious life we have been given.
Class Description: Meet your physical edge in this powerful and challenging class. Be prepared for long holds.
Kris received her training at the school of Hot Yoga in Washington D.C. In 2006 and has been teaching ever since. She is fascinated by anatomy and loves continually learning more about the human body. Her classes are relaxed yet challenging alignment based flow classes guided by breath. Kris weaves aspects of therapeutic yoga into her classes to help students build a practice that can last a lifetime.
Class Description: Relaxed yet challenging alignment based flow guided by breath.
Dana has been teaching Children’s Yoga since 2011. She is THRILLED to be offering children’s classes at a studio in Tulsa! Her classes are a fusion of yoga and conscious play sprinkled with storytelling, song and dance, and a little art on top.
Class Description: Dana’s classes will inspire the next generation of yogis through a fusion of yoga and conscious play.
When Ayngel discovered yoga in 2009 as an elementary school teacher, her love for teaching almost instantly led her to yoga teacher training. Ayngel’s overall goal in teaching is to provide people with the tools, environment, and subtle guidance they need to make their own connections.
Class Description: A breath based vinyasa flow with good tunes. Beginners & long-timers welcome.
Chelsea’s background in dance greatly influences her yoga classes. She loves to lead exploration in transitions from one pose to the next. Chelsea emphasizes that your practice is your practice— no one else’s.
Class Description: Dive into the intricate nuances of your body through the exploration of traditions, balances, and strength.
Maria’s fluid vinyasa class focuses on breath to movement, proper alignment, and an awakening of the core. She welcomes all levels to the mat, and will safely guide students through a challenging, yet mindful practice. Through the use of breath, body, and mind connection, Maria strives to offer a yoga practice that melts stress and tension away; restoring the body to a well balanced, and rejuvenated state. She is excited to meet everyone who passes through the doors of SALT!
Class Description: Lengthen, twist, balance, root and rise with intention, power, and mindfulness. Move with your breath and an open heart.
Annie Clark, E-RYT 500
Since 1996, Annie’s yoga mat has been her chief therapist. Although the hectic job was replaced by the demands of family, mutts, degrees, businesses and included 6 moves in 2 countries, the practice of yoga has kept her sane, as honest as she can be and continually grateful for what’s right in front of her. Annie’s classes are challenging and alignment based. They are infused with humor and a “keeping it real” sensibility that comes from life and yoga experience (Annie is E-RYT 500 registered). Annie believes that you are your best teacher so stop running (unless it’s to class) and get comfortable in your body and breath. Practice and all is coming.
Class Description: Annie’s classes infuse inspiration and stillness in an alignment based flow to challenge the body, balance the mind and nurture the soul.
Whitney believes yoga is for everyone and no matter your reason for stepping on your mat, yoga will only enrich, not take away from, your life. So whether you are just beginning a practice for the first time or you’ve been doing yoga for years, whether you’re coming for yoga’s physical benefit or to de-stress, her classes are accessible to people of all levels of experience and all walks of life. Expect some fun music and sequences, and lots of energy.
Class Description: Challenge the way you’ve always done it. Mind the moment. Energize. Smile.
Michael awakened to the practice of embodied movement in 2008. After years of studying to be an Engineer, he became acutely aware of the damage done while sitting in a chair. His determination to reverse the physical path he was on softened into a passion for the practice of yoga. In 2014, he trained with Shiva Rea in the art of Prana Vinyasa Flow ™.
His intention is to explore HOW we move as opposed to WHERE we move our bodies within the confines of our own evolutionary edge. His classes are slow and strong to decouple the mind from unconscious movement patterns. This instills an awareness and appreciation for each of our own unique kinetic dynamics. Freedom of movement is encouraged as we explore this connection with all of humanity.
Class Description: Clear one’s cluttered mind. Free form expressive movement. Sacred breath endures.
Molly Smith is a certified Holy Yoga instructor, and began teaching at SALT in June 2015. She enjoys facilitating an experience where others can meet God on their mat. Molly’s Holy Yoga classes combine Ashtanga style yoga with Christian spirituality and are great for all levels of students who come with an open heart and mind.
Class Description: Setting our intention on God and strengthening and stretching our bodies to honor him.
Margot believes that yoga is for everyone. She cultivates a sincere and authentic setting in class to practice being the best versions of us on and off the mat. Her deep love of learning and resonation with the practice of yoga allows her to stay present and to continue on the path of self-exploration. She strives to create an inviting space for her students to feel grounded and to explore their practices in a safe and inquisitive way.
Class Description: Strengthening and mindful movements accompanied by an essence of empowerment and lessons we can take off of our mat and into our daily lives.
Morgan Dickerson (E-RYT 200/RYT 500) teaches a sweet, sweaty, and soulful vinyasa style class. She invites students to embark on a powerful journey founded on conscious breathing and mindful movement. Morgan’s teaching style is powerful, yet peaceful. Leave Morgan’s class feeling alive, calm, alert, and in tune with your best self. Morgan has been teaching since 2013, after training with Live Love Teach, and also teaches meditation.
Class Description: Morgan’s classes aim to not only reconnect the mind, body, and heart, but to help students gain the tools necessary to remove any, and all, barriers to their experience of love and of joy.
Born in Southern California, Veronica Baker grew up surfing and started practicing Ashtanga yoga at 15. She became a professional surfer at 17 and traveled the world living her dream. As an RYT200, she has a new dream: to share yoga and make people smile.
Class Description: Dynamic flow influenced by power yoga with isometric holds and core strengthening, oh and music…Rad!
Tamara has dedicated herself to the practice, study and teaching of yoga. Tamara believes the mind, body, soul connection is sacred and yoga provides an avenue to nurture and inspire this connection. Yoga continues to provide transformation in her life and Tamara strives to bring a sense of fun, freedom, and kindness to her classes.
Class Description: Tamara’s classes are vinyasa-based with a strong emphasis on alignment.
A devout follower of Christ and lover of yoga, Katherine decided to join the 2 by getting certified to teach Holy Yoga. She loves bringing Luke 10:27 alive by loving God with all her heart, all her soul, all her strength, and all her mind by practicing and teaching Holy Yoga.
Rachel invites students to try new things and take themselves to their physical edge, ultimately helping them o connect with their body and mind on new levels. With a background in ballet, Rachel likes to combine creative sequencing; strong, fluid movement; and a fun playlist to keep her class lighthearted. Rachel’s classes are challenging but offer modifications to make her class accessible to all levels.
Class Description: A challenging, lighthearted, breath-based flow for all levels. Be ready to sweat and smile!
Somer began practicing yoga in 2010 after being invited to a Bikram yoga class. She continued in this tradition for a short while before work & travels would keep her mind & body preoccupied with the “busyness” of life. After a few years away from her mat she began seriously practicing vinyasa yoga in 2013. In this style she found strength, greater flexibility, and a clearer mind. This steady practice led to the realization of her love for vinyasa, its flowing classes, and its connection to the focus of the mind and breath.
Class Description: Somer’s teaching philosophy is keep it real, keep it unified, and keep it spontaneous! Expect strong, mindful vinyasa classes with a major emphasis on synchronizing movement to breath.
Rachel began practicing yoga about 4 years ago regularly at SALT. Shortly after beginning her practice, one of her brothers developed terminal brain cancer and passed shortly after the diagnosis. Rachel leaned into her practice to help her deal with the stress and the grief she was feeling. It reminded her to live as present as she could with each moment and to breathe through the hard times. She wanted to share some of these gifts of yoga that she received with others, to help them through life’s good times and bad. She wants everyone to come to her classes with the bodies they have and encourages beginning the poses by feeling the edges that are there instead of thinking about an idea of the perfect pose.
Class Description: Rachel’s class starts off with establishing the breath and waking the body up. You will build to more powerful poses, and cool down toward the end of class before a period of rest.