Whether you're looking for a relaxing class to help manage your stress, a vigorous class that challenges your body, or the education you need to pursue a career in teaching yoga, OmBodies delivers the highest quality of yoga instruction.
OmBodies offers a wide variety of yoga classes for practitioners of all levels, including Vinyasa, Yin, Restorative, Prenatal, and more. At OmBodies our mission is to provide every student with an opportunity to enjoy the kind of yoga practice that suits their individual needs on any given day.
This Level 1 yoga class focuses on moving mindfully and slowly in order to build strength and mobility throughout the entire body. This class is perfect for the student wishing to develop or improve body awareness, physical recovery, agility, endurance, and mindfulness. We will move with intention to create stability and balance by practicing poses that help to promote flexibility, muscular and bone strength, as well as mind-body connection.
Perfect for beginners, ALL levels are welcome!
Level 1-2 Vinyasa Flow (Beginner-Intermediate)
The Level 1-2 Vinyasa class focuses on strengthening and refining the foundation of your yoga practice. This class allows and encourages you to begin to deepen into your practice with an emphasis on the breath and healthy alignment.
These classes are great for the student with very little experience as well as the seasoned practitioner.
Form & Flow (Level 2)
The Form & Flow Vinyasa Yoga class is a challenging yoga practice that moves through creative flow sequences and more challenging asanas. Building on the foundation of healthy alignment and active muscular engagement, poses are linked with the breath and generally "flow" to encourage the evolution of one's practice as moving meditation.
Form & Flow (Level 2) classes work from a base of vigorous sun salutations to explore challenging variations of poses, including arm balances, deeper twist variations, standing balance poses, inversions, and backbends. Level 2 teachers are skilled at offering modifications that build towards a pose in a way that is safe and appropriate for each individual student. Breath work and meditation are also often explored in these classes.
This class builds stamina and strength while also developing grace and flexibility. Proficiency with foundational yoga poses recommended. This class is appropriate for students with a solid flow yoga practice, and intermediate practitioners.
Therapeutic Vinyasa Flow is a class that focuses on some of the most common areas that we experience discomfort. This may include upper or lower back, hamstrings and quadricep muscles, hips, IT band, or gluteal muscles. In addition to an active slower flow of asanas used to address and release tension and restrictions, as well as strengthen weak areas, class may also include the addition of one or more of the following: targeted strength work, stretches, yoga anatomy insight, myofascial release, assists, restorative poses, meridian work, pranayama, and meditation.
This class is suitable for anyone who enjoys a slower paced, deeply explorative yoga practice.
Slow Flow Vinyasa Flow
Slow Flow Vinyasa Yoga is a slower paced class focused on mindfully moving and breathing while holding poses longer. Explore your edge, build strength and flexibility, while still creating a relaxed and revitalizing experience.
This class is for anyone that enjoys a strong, slower paced yoga practice.
Slow Burn Flow
This class integrates strength, balance and flexibility while harnessing the power of the breath. Mindful transitions and longer holds will have you sweating. We safely build up heat towards the beginning and cool down towards the end, leading to savasana.
This class strengthens and refines the foundation of your yoga practice while challenging your body and mind. You’ll leave feeling energized and focused with a deep sense of calm and balance.
Yin Yoga encourages us to slow down so that we may go deeper into a stretch. This style of yoga applies emphasis to slowing down and holding passive, stretching postures. This in turn opens the muscles and connective tissues of the body, tendons, fascia and ligaments with the aim of increasing circulation and flexibility.
Fire Up Vinyasa Flow
Fire Up Vinyasa Flow will stoke your inner fire (tapas)and energize your body! Fueling the fire and building heat in the body allows us to burn away the obstacles in our path...the things that hold us back. Similar to a Vinyasa yoga practice which links breath to movement, Fire Up Flow includes specific asanas (poses) and sequences meant to improve strength, build endurance, develop suppleness, and purify the body, mind, and spirit from the inside out.
Be prepared to build some heat and get sweaty as you deepen your practice and understanding of yoga! Best suited for those that are familiar with the Vinyasa Flow Practice.
Yoga for Osteoporosis
This yoga class is an opportunity for those who have participated in the Yoga for Osteoporosis Series to continue supporting and strengthening their bodies through an active and sustainable yoga practice.
In addition to reducing stress levels and providing a mild workout, yoga can be helpful in managing Osteoporosis.
Build strength in your muscles and bones, improve your balance, range of motion, and coordination with this series of classes specially designed to address the common issues that arise with this condition.
Although you do not need to have Osteoporosis to benefit from this class, the class will be taught with an emphasis on safety and clear instruction of how to practice the poses in a manner that will support the student with Osteoporosis.
You don’t need to be a ballerina to do barre! Barre-less class is a 45-minute, low impact, muscular endurance workout that focuses on high repetitions and small, isometric movements. Instructors bring the heat with their fun, upbeat playlists and are sure to give your muscles the workout they're craving.
Due to Covid-19 safety protocols, we've adapted classic barre exercises to be performed in the center of the room either standing or on the floor. Classes may also include resistance bands, small balls, chairs, and hand weights.