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Melissa Cooley is an accredited  ERYT & director of Om Sweet Om Yoga, having completed over four different YTT's from different yoga modality viewpoints, countless meditation and mindfulness training's over the past 25 years.  She is a dedicated student who has a passion to share the practice and connect & build wellness community.  She has over 20 years of teaching experience with all levels & ages.

Developer of the Radiance Method Teacher Training, the only 5 star rated Teacher training in Southern Oregon and many other wellness programs: Alchemy Training, Emotional Body Intelligence based on the 9 Rasas, How to Balance your Chakras and Yoga Sequencing for VATA, PITTA & KAPHA.  Melissa is known for her humor, firm growth instruction and ability to motivate inspired ACTION. 

Melissa has been devoted to her life craft specializing in Yoga, Art & Reflexology. Creating a lovely COMMUNITY that supports a meaningful life of wellness and freedom.  

To schedule Privates Sessions CONTACT: omsweetomcollective@gmail.com

 

 

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Adrienne Eisenberg is a 500-hr RYT and yoga therapist. She teaches Adaptive, Gentle, and Somatic classes that are safe, empowering, and accessible. She also works privately with individuals interested in exploring yoga’s deep therapeutic benefits. 

To Schedule Private Sessions contact: abelleflower@yahoo.com

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Born and raised in Ashland, Manpreet is a KRI (RYT 200 hr) & RaMa Institute certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher, as well as a singer, and mantra recording artist. 

Her journey began in Los Angeles in 2006, having never taken a yoga class of any kind, she stumbled into her first kundalini yoga class and knew she’d found her “answer”. She has since trained extensively with her teachers, Tej & Harijiwan in Los Angeles. 

As a student, practitioner, and teacher of Kundalini Yoga Manpreet is devoted to sharing this user friendly yoga as a method for self healing and self empowerment. She has a pragmatic approach to the practice and encourages practitioners with a “come as you are” attitude, to gently move out of their physical and meditative comfort zones to have a deeper experience of their most creative, magnificent, and divine Self. 

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