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Christy L.
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Report | 2 months ago
Very friendly people!
Isabel L.
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Report | 6 months ago
They do not have a front desk person, so you need to be there 15 minutes or so before a class start or right at the end of class if you need to talk to someone. The doors are closed during class periods
Margaret R.
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Report | 6 months ago
Great place. Excellent teachers!
marcus w.
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Report | 7 months ago
Bring two towels and a bottled water if you are attending hot yoga.
Gail P.
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Report | 7 months ago
Best Yoga class I've attended.
Jill B.
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Report | 7 months ago
Love this studio and teachers!
Elizabeth R.
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Report | 7 months ago
LOVED IT
Catherine B.
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Report | 9 months ago
Great experience. Great instructor.
Josie Q.
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Report | 9 months ago
Dont get a super thick yoga mat! i ordered one off of Amazon that was a 1/2" thick and when i got there they had me use their mats because they said it makes it hard to balance and also can cause joint problems over time. use the 3mm/5mm thickness mats. The class was very enjoyable, my instructor's name was Sarah, teaching Hatha Yoga. I'd reccommend starting with this or beginner's yoga if you are just starting out.
Jessica K.
Verified
Report | 10 months ago
Bring water and a towel
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Imagine for a moment that, less than three months before planning to hike the Grand Canyon, you fall 20 feet out of a tree and break your back. Eight weeks of rest and physical therapy helps, but you're nowhere near as recuperated as you'd hoped. What do you do? For one individual, the answer was simple: hot yoga at Yogamed. The studio adapted their program to this actual individual's sensitive condition, with stunning results?the student's spine showed signs of complete healing, and the hike went off without a hitch. The testimonial serves as a particularly dramatic illustration of Yogamed's motto: "Yoga is Medicine."

That philosophy is put into practice every day at Yogamed's studio - one of the largest in Omaha - which hosts 45 weekly classes in a variety of forms. Attendees can reap the benefits of each particular style, whether they seek the deeper stretches provided by hot yoga sessions or the flowing sequences of vinyasa yoga. Combining Western medicine with traditional yoga, Yogamed even has a board-certified internist on staff to provide assessments. But Yogamed is equally dedicated to the second half of its moniker?massages provide stress relief, and regular workshops educate students on how yoga can help combat joint pain, backaches, and even symptoms of breast cancer. The inner and outer healing takes place in a spacious venue built with eco-friendly materials, such as bamboo floors and signs politely asking pandas to refrain from snacking on those floors.

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