Owners Tataya and Thomas Radtke originally began Yoga Body & Balance in the living room of their home. Since then, they have expanded to new location with enough space to host the studio's eclectic assortment of yoga classes and bodywork treatments. Having studied Hatha, Ashtanga, and Anusara yoga, Tataya supervises varied sessions for a range of ages and skill levels, from gentle, introspective styles to vigorous, athletically based classes. This extensive range of opportunities allows students of various flexibilities to pursue a style that corresponds with the desired realism of their Gumby Halloween costume.
In addition to yoga, the center also treats visitors with various types of bodywork, such as Thai massage, Lakota raindrop technique, and sustained bear hugs. Alongside acupuncture sessions with a licensed therapist, these treatments work to target the symptoms of physical pain while also addressing the energetic imbalances believed to cause them.
Lincoln Yoga Center is devoted to offering yoga classes for people of all fitness and skill levels in a calm, encouraging environment. Stroll into the sleek confines and give your body the Laffy Taffy treatment with a convenient schedule of classes that includes yoga, dance-fueled Zumba, and the potent core-strengthening combo of yoga and Pilates. With the aid of a skilled staff of limb benders, visitors of Lincoln Yoga Center work towards improving flexibility and shedding pounds while uniting the body and mind into a veritable Frankenstein of fitness. Open six days a week, the studio offers a myriad of opportunities to savor a sweaty session of tendon-stretching and body toning.
Kelli Morgan is so passionate about yoga that she can't help but share it with others. Her zeal for the discipline surfaced in 1989, when she began studying Bikram yoga, a series of 26 poses performed in a heated room. Eleven years later, she completed the 500-hour teacher-training program at Bikram's Yoga College of India and launched a career as a hot-yoga teacher. Since then, she's also incorporated traditional, non-heated yoga into her class lineup at Liv Yoga Bellevue. Hatha sessions focus on alignment and breathing techniques, whereas Vinyasa classes meld breath and movement into a practice that moves fluidly, like a freshly shaven dolphin. The studio also hosts yoga classes for kids aged 4?10 and participates in community events such as Yoga Rocks the Park.
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Omaha Power Yoga's highly trained instructors help students empower their bodies and minds inside an intimate studio space made cozy by cork floors and glowing chandeliers. Teachers design sessions for students of all skill levels, including Basic Power, which focuses on imparting yogic building blocks including poses and breathing exercises, and Zyre Yoga classes, where students work through an athletic, muscle-toning series of poses. During all yoga classes, instructors ensure that students achieve correct spinal alignment during poses, which teach the mind and body to coordinate efforts for an increased sense of body awareness and fewer squabbles over who really holds the spleen's affections.
Dedicated to helping guests locate the core of their physical and spiritual beings, Legacy Pilates, Yoga & More's instructors blend Eastern and Western philosophies into emphatic programs that focus on establishing unity between the mind and body. The sounds of heaving breaths and stretch-induced groans permeate the center?s expansive studios, where instructors lead classes in Pilates and yoga along with high-energy dance-a-thons. Limbs stretched to their limits during workouts can recover with reiki sessions that target the body?s centers of energy and relax muscles still barking from prolonged downward-dog poses.
All of Omaha Yoga School's classes help connect minds and bodies, but one does it particularly well, Hyp-Yoga. This class uses deep breathing and deliberate movements to help students focus on their life goals, whether they want to experience less stress, lose weight, or levitate.
Mind/Body Melt classes also help center the mind and release tension, and traditional Vinyasa classes rely on focused deep-breathing to power movements. And because class sizes are small, with no more than eight students, there are few distractions.