Bridget Salisbury

As we flow through the rhythm of life we must turn inward and connect to our body, mind, and spirit. Yoga allows us to create space from within so we can reach our fullest potential in life. I am honored to bring OMNI YOGA to the community of Los Osos. I truly believe that yoga can transform the way we live and see ourselves in the world. It’s a blessing to share my knowledge of yoga with each and every one of you and to be able to create a space where we can all grow into our own practice together yet individually. In my youth I studied Ballet and learned a deep awareness of physical movement and kinetic mobility. I began my yoga practice as a teenager and it has not only taken me on a path to physical health but has shown me a new way of living everyday life to its full capacity. Studying both the mind and body has tremendously strengthened my awareness on how thought patterns affect the nature of our physical well-being. Bridget Salisbury is a certified yoga instructor from  San Luis Obispo, California and she graduated from Antioch University with a BA in Psychology.

Jamie Dubin

Deeply empathic, intuitive, and compassionate, Jamie is a heart-centered healing arts practitioner who works with breathwork, sound healing, and Reiki to facilitate healing experiences for others. She was called to breathwork and sound healing while battling a complex physical illness which showed her the potential of true inner-healing. She experienced the profound healing power of the breath and has since been mentored by her incredibly gifted life coach and breathwork guide, Daniela Gil, adopting practices from various breathwork experts. She got her sound healing certification from Tune Within, focusing on using crystal quartz bowls and other sacred ancient instruments to balance and align the chakras. She is dedicated to sharing the gift of pranayama breathwork and sound with a special focus on working with people healing complex physical illnesses and trauma. Jamie continues to travel up and down the coast of California holding space for private, group, and corporate healing sessions to enhance mindfulness and help clients discover their full potential.


Britt Mortimer

I started my journey into teaching over 4 years ago with the intention to guide students through a mindful practice that is accessible to everyone. Wether you have an injury, you’re pregnant, or newer to yoga, I thoughtfully tailor each class and offer modifications, but most importantly teach in a way that is lighthearted and not so serious.  Since then I had obtained my 85 hour prenatal/postnatal teacher training certification through Maha Mama in Joshua Tree and most recently my Barre certification through Smiling Dog Yoga in SLO. I feel so grateful for being able to live in Morro Bay with my husband, T.J. and our schnoodle, Bowie and I look forward to continuing to make more connections with all the lovely people in the community. 


Hailey Popma

I filtered through a variety of different sports growing up; but, dance was the one that called me into a lifelong practice because of its expressive nature and the help of a few inspiring dance teachers that encouraged me to use dance as a way to develop self confidence and love movement. I aim to be a similar instructor that provides an environment for children to fall in love with exercise and realize how capable they are. I recognize how empowering dance can be and hope that this passion can overflow into those I teach.
Hailey Popma is a children’s dance instructor from Orange Country, California in the process of receiving a BA in Child Development from Cal Poly SLO. 






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