This class is taught by:

Amylynn Salopek

Amy Lynn Salopek, is a true Las Cruces native. Growing up Amylynn was always an active and energetic person. She originally becoming interested in Yoga for the killer workout and to loosen tight muscles from years weight training, MMA, and running. Slowly, through years of practice, Amylynn realized how much more she received from her practice besides just the physical benefits. As her practice deepened, Amylynn found that other aspects of her life were being strengthened as well. Yoga began creating new strength in her emotionally, spiritually, and of course, physically. It her dream to share the beautiful gift of Yoga through teaching others the practice.

Benito Dutcher

It was December of 2014 that I walked into a yoga studio. I had heard about yoga. I thought it was about breathing, stretching and Hindu gods, which is all fine, but I wanted a workout. (That makes me smile because of the many times I have found myself in child pose looking for the energy to keep going, no matter how effortless I had intended my practice to be--maybe especially because I had made this intention.) Then I found Bikyasa and I was in heaven and in love. I left those classes feeling like superman with the wind at his back. I had to fight the urge to leap off tall buildings. I like to describe Bikyasa as the barb on the hook of yoga that didn't allow me to spit it out. Not the prettiest of analogies, but it is a good one. The workout I found was not just for the body and mind, but for the Spirit, Mind and Body, and in that order.

Jaclyn Trejo

Jaclyn found yoga back in 2009 in her living room watching a DVD, during a time of personal struggles. Through self-taught yoga, she found self-love and peace within herself. She quickly fell into a consistent, dedicated practice of mostly Hot Vinyasa, while living in San Antonio, TX, having the honor of practicing with some of the best instructors in the country. Jaclyn was influenced to teach and share her love of yoga with others when she relocated back home to New Mexico. She received her 200 YTT certification through Casa De Yoga in El Paso TX in 2015, and plans on continuing her education to help others that may be going through their own personal struggles by finding peace on and off the mat, and creating their own sacred space. Yoga has become a huge part of her life giving her the time a space she needs being a stay at home mom of three. Through a variety of poses, and conscious sequencing, Jaclyn's classes will build strength, flexibility, and balance through stability, as well as provide the space to discover the truth in transition, and the sense of lightness you're looking for in your practice.

Whitney Koerper

Whitney discovered yoga in 2008 while in nursing school. As her high-energy, intense career as a cardiovascular RN developed, she deepened her practice to help her stay strong and healthy in mind, body, and spirit.
Over the years, she has relied on her yoga practice to help her heal from physical injuries and mental/emotional trauma.
She attained her 200 hour RYT through Gabe Azoulay, and practices/teaches a variety of styles, including Hot Vinyasa, Bik-Yasa, Rocket, Hatha, and Yin. She strives to provide balanced, challenging sequences with options for everyone from beginners to seasoned practitioners. She also enjoys teaching private yoga sessions, with customized sequences based on the client's needs and desires.
Her passion for sharing yoga practice and philosophy comes from deep within. Her only goal as a teacher is to help others deepen their personal practice, overcome obstacles, and live happier, healthier, more balanced lives.
In August 2018, she took over as owner/operator of Indigo Yoga, with a vision to continue to spread the special, power vibe that inspired the creation of the studio: A space where yoga practice begins, deepens, and transform lives.

Meg Long

Meg Long began her 13 + years of yoga practice while serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in Kenya. She found the meditative aspect of yoga helped to maintain her mental well-being while working with high risk populations in extremely stressful environments. Throughout her 14 years of successful work in Social Services, she has found yoga to be a strong foundation for staying motivated and determined. Her love of helping others through difficult times led to a transition into teaching, initially through trauma informed yoga for community members recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. She found not only does the meditative aspect of yoga help with emotion healing, but also with physical healing. Though the Hot 26 series, Meg was able to heal her torn rotator cuff without the aid surgery. She also works for the Wellness, Alcohol, and Violence Education program at NMSU and teaches several Public Health courses.
PS She loves the heat, hope you do to!
Creative high energy fusion of bikram and vinyasa practiced in high humidity and heat. Bring towel and water. Get ready to sweat and challenge your mind!!!  ALL LEVEL  HEAT: HIGH (95F+) HUMIDITY: ~40%

Upcoming classes:

  • Thu Nov 15 10:30 am - 11:30 am with Amylynn Salopek
    at Indigo Yoga
  • Thu Nov 15 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm with Benito Dutcher
    at Indigo Yoga
  • Fri Nov 16 10:30 am - 11:30 am with Jaclyn Trejo
    at Indigo Yoga
  • Fri Nov 16 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm with Whitney Koerper
    at Indigo Yoga
  • Sat Nov 17 7:00 am - 8:00 am with Amylynn Salopek
    at Indigo Yoga
  • Sat Nov 17 8:30 am - 9:30 am with Whitney Koerper
    at Indigo Yoga
  • Sun Nov 18 8:30 am - 9:30 am with Whitney Koerper
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  • Sun Nov 18 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm with Benito Dutcher
    at Indigo Yoga
  • Mon Nov 19 10:30 am - 11:30 am with Jaclyn Trejo
    at Indigo Yoga
  • Mon Nov 19 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm with Meg Long
    at Indigo Yoga
  • Tue Nov 20 10:30 am - 11:30 am with Amylynn Salopek
    at Indigo Yoga
  • Wed Nov 21 10:30 am - 11:30 am with Amylynn Salopek
    at Indigo Yoga
  • Wed Nov 21 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm with Whitney Koerper
    at Indigo Yoga
  • Thu Nov 22 7:00 am - 8:00 am with Amylynn Salopek
    at Indigo Yoga