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.
I am passionate about helping my students to reclaim their somatic sovereignty. My specialty is Pain Pare Yoga and restorative fitness. I am the host of The Yin Yoga Podcast.
Emily is an Architecture student at UNL with a passion for admin work and yoga.
Pamela is an adventurer and a seeker of new experiences. Her classes offer mindful movement and usually a few laughs. The love of life and true well-being she endeavors to achieve each day, shows in her teaching.
Yoga helps me to feel strong and empowered when going through tough times. It also allows me to feel vulnerable and that it’s ok to ask for help. To me, yoga is awareness and truth. Being mindful on the mat carries out into everyday life. My intention for you in my class is to be present, open, and explore. I want you to leave feeling good – mind, body, and soul.
My favorite thing about teaching yoga is the opportunity to help others achieve a better quality of life. Yoga has the ability to support and improve all aspects of health – body, mind and soul. I am forever grateful to have found yoga on my journey, and to be able to share it with others.
Yoga has given me the tools to become friends with my mind & thoughts (sometimes), to excavate my heart, and to truly connect with others and the world around me.
I believe that yoga begins in the heart and transcends the body. It has served as a foundation and a fulcrum for my personal development, and can challenge and enrich any person’s life in many ways. Pause and practice with me as we seek out moments of clarity and venture to live with intention.
Suzanne’s classes are challenging, energetic and aimed at helping you explore and find balance in your practice on and off the mat.
Annie’s classes include mindfulness, breathing and movement that promote a deeper connection with self. She believes yoga practice will lead to a greater sense of ease in our bodies and resilience in our spirits.
Sound Method’s computer guy, handyman and class assistant extraordinaire!
Through slow breath or sweaty movement, Erin turns to yoga as a pathway for constant growth and discovery. She gravitates towards vinyasa classes and aims to lead a practice that allows students to challenge themselves in an accessible, lighthearted way. She is passionate about cultivating personal wellness through movement, food, and community.
Erin believes that yoga is much more than just a fitness practice. Because it was an integral component to her own healing path, she sees yoga as a way to integrate mind, body, and spirit in a way to promote a whole person who is grounded, loving, and feels gratitude for the journey of life.
I aim to keep classes accessible yet interesting, honor the traditions of yoga, and have fun. Yoga to me is part of living well. Being well.
I like to take the intimidation factor out of yoga and promote a welcoming environment. My classes seek to physically challenge and emotionally center. I try to weave music into the class that fuels a moving meditation. My goal is always to let you leave class feeling better than when you entered.
My motto has always been “Go with the flow”. Not knowing where it may lead but always ready for adventure. So the river of love and support has brought me here. After 20 years as a chef & cook, and 25 years designing buildings, The Covid pandemic gave me an opportunity to see my dream, teaching. Sharing an understanding of self-care, love, and joy is what I want to bring to the mat every day and share.
I love being a Tai Chi and Yoga instructor. My mission and goal is to help people feel better and recover from any surgery or accident in which they have been involved. There are special Tai Chi, Qi Gong or Yoga poses to help any area of the body feel better. I welcome the chance to help.
I love learning and growing! The mind and body connection has been a curiosity of mine for sometime and I love helping others explore this!