Class Descriptions


Our class titles reflect the true variety of yoga practices offered by our teaching team. Most of our classes are for all levels. As you know, yoga is your own. Our various classes can support you in your practice, whether that be intensely physical or more geared towards restoration and healing. No matter if you are an advanced yogi or this is your first class, we welcome you to join us! 

Yoga Flow
Yoga Flow thru different places postures and allow the energy to be moved and release what is not serving you! Use muscles and be cued of the proper alignment in each pose. Props and blankets used to make each pose your own.

Longer hold time for each pose allowing our muscles to open and soften releasing energy and balancing our body.

Hatha Vinyasa
Connect mind and body with breath and movement.  A combination of Hatha and Vinyasa yoga. Traditional Hatha practices will find you holding postures for 3-5 complete breaths and settling into asanas with focused awareness.  A vinyasa practice is a continuous flow utilizing one breath per movement.  Join Erin in this class for the beauty of both worlds! You may also walk away with nuggets of yogic philosophy that you can apply in your world to spread peace and happiness.

Lunch Flow
A quick, yet effective, midday power flow.  Take a lunch break and treat yourself to a 45 minute, revitalizing yoga session that will help keep you energized for the rest of the day. Enjoy heart-opening asanas, sun salutations, core work and balancing postures.  Use your breath to train your mind to face any life challenge with focus and breath.

Chanting Class
Connect with Sanskrit's timeless sounds through the chanting of classic texts and mantras. Chanting awakens our vitality and brings depth to the practices of yoga. The vibration of sound activates the subtle systems of the body and its effects may result in an energizing and uplifting mood. No experience necessary, students will be chanting through call and response with the teacher. Discussion of the meaning of the mantras and texts will enhance the understanding of the yoga philosophy. ​
Kids Yoga
In honor of my best friend, Yoga Mama Gina, and all the mamas who need an hour to unwind. 
Offering kids yoga on Wednesday nights at Yoga Om, $15 per child. We can’t wait to practice with your kiddo have them come play yoga bingo on their Mats starts on March 16, 2022 5:15-6:15 pm
Community Supported Ashtanga Yoga
In the Ashtanga tradition, practicing amongst others creates a natural energy that both motivates and inspires. Ashtanga can be a challenging, disciplined practice, and also approached with an attitude of just showing up and breathing, whatever the practice calls for, the student decides, for it is the practice that is the teacher. Here at Yoga Om, we are offering a space to gather in community and practice together independently yet interdependent on each other to contribute to the bhavana. Bhavana, in this context, is simply the sacred space created when folx gather together to cultivate awareness of the Self through the practices of yoga, it is the flow and energy that results from the commitment to show up and breathe. It is our intention to create a space that is non-judgmental, non-competitive, and where the practitioner feels empowered and supported in their practice.
This practice space is also available for those with an established personal practice that may be outside of the Ashtanga tradition and would enjoy practicing with others. No teacher is present to guide you in your yoga practice. 
Practice days are Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 7:30am-9:30am
Monthly membership is $60, drop-ins by donation
For more information and to sign up contact Kacey:  or (856) 308-2935

Intro to Ashtanga Mysore Style

Learn the traditional practice of Ashtanga yoga as taught in Mysore, India today. Ashtanga is a sequence of poses learned with breathing and concentration techniques. “Mysore Style” means the poses are taught to the student individually within a group setting. Kind and supportive guidance is offered and the practice is modified as needed as you learn at your own pace. Ashtanga is a dynamic style of vinyasa yoga that can be challenging for the mind and body, some memorization and commitment to show up is necessary in order to benefit from the practice. Learning the sequence slowly over time is the traditional way of practicing Ashtanga, this builds strength, flexibility, and purifies the mind and body. The teacher will guide you one-on-one through both verbal and hands-on assists if welcomed. Connect to your Self, explore your breath, establish a personal practice, and build community in this supportive space. Class also includes chanting of the Ashtanga opening and closing mantras through call & response with the teacher, a traditional way to begin and end the practice. Sundays 8-9am by donation

For more information and to sign up contact Kacey:  or (856) 308-2935

 Classes and teacher subject to change without notice. See our Facebook page

All classes are available per request for private sessions.