Sound Method Yoga was founded in early 2010. We pride ourselves on providing principled instruction to a diverse and intelligent community of yogis. Our mission is to teach yoga that prioritizes the individual student. We want to empower and inspire you and educate you so that you may enjoy the benefits of yoga well into your lifetime.
We do not host Omaha’s fullest classes. We have 2 rooms: Surya for smaller groups and Chandra for groups up to 25. Though classes can get full we are not an “overlapping mat” kind of joint.
We do not play the loudest music. We like music as much as the next yogi and while we may feel strongly about our preferences as teachers we will not blast you with top 40s or Rap songs.
We believe that yoga can help us heal, but that the most important person in a healing process is the one doing the healing. Our job is to give you the tools you need, inform you about what is possible, encourage you to grow and be inquisitive. We love yoga and are always innovating in our own practices. We hope to stoke your curiosity and imagination as well.
We do not heat classes. We can (and will) make our own heat. Classes can get warm as movement becomes vigorous but we do not artificially heat classes by turning up the thermostat.
We’re a community. For each of us to be successful we need to feel safe and supported. We ask you to register ahead for classes so we remember your name and so we may plan our classes with individuals in mind. You don’t need to lose 50 lb or buy $90 yoga pants to feel at home here. About us, we take professionalism seriously but we’re a pretty chill crew.
Attorney by day and mom two little ones, the balance and calmness yoga has brought to her often hectic and sometimes stressful life is what keeps her returning to her mat.
I seek to encourage a safe space where others may explore their strengths, let go of obstacles, and live with balance and intention on and off the mat.
Yoga for Healthy Aging Instructor
I teach and practice Yoga for long term health and wellness.