Welcome to Omaha Integrative Care

At Omaha Integrative Care, we offer counseling or coaching, yoga, massage, nutritional services, acupuncture, and meditation or mind / body medicine classes.

One of the things that sets Omaha Integrative Care apart is that we're the only location in the region that has all of those services under one roof.

One of the things we hear often from our clients is that when People come in, they feel like they're coming into a Sanctuary.

We're very picky about, not only who works here, but what we offer. All of the products we offer, right now, are through Pulling Down the Moon, and their products are triple-tested and the highest quality.

We really just want to help you to enjoy life to the fullest.

What is integrative care?

Integrative care combines traditional western medicine with complementary therapies such as yoga, nutrition, acupuncture, massage and counseling. A defining component to integrative care is that the complementary treatments are research-based and not meant to take the place of traditional medicine, but to support the whole person during treatment. Most importantly, integrative care is about treating the whole person and looking at all aspects of life – physical, emotional and spiritual.

Shop Our Products Online

In our online store we have gathered a selection of items that we feel are the best offer for women who are trying to become pregnant. Whether you are trying "naturally" or using medical means like Invitro Fertilization (IVF), you will find what you need in our array of yoga for fertility DVDs, fertility books and many nutritional products - all chosen to support the fertility journey.
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"When people come in, they feel like they're coming into a sanctuary"

Julie tells her story about OIC

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Come meet our new yoga teacher Lindsay D’Amour

Lindsay D'AmourCome meet Lindsay Saturday morning!  Lindsay will be teaching class at 9:30 AM tomorrow!   Lindsay completed her 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Certification under Jackie Chiodo at Anamaya Wellness Retreat in Costa Rica this past summer. There she focused on meditation, Ayurveda and nutrition, and the larger picture of yoga and mindfulness. She studied a variety of alternative therapies and developed a deep appreciation for wellness in all aspects.


Lindsay will be offering a community yoga class (donation only) on Monday evenings from 6-7 PM starting September 21st.

Introduction to Yoga will include:
Asana Breakdown — proper sun salutation, proper alignment with plank, lunges, and other common poses.
Meditation Basics — getting comfortable with sitting in silence and why it’s important
Yoga Purpose and personal goals — light, quick discussion on what you want to gain from your yoga practice.

This class is intended to invite everyone to try yoga and make classes accesible to all. There is no set fee, simply pay what you can. Donations go toward supporting our teachers and the space.

Next Yoga for Fertility starts September 2nd!










Wednesdays 6-7:30 PM

Starting September 2, 2015

Pre-registration required

Our six-week program teaches yoga asana (postures) and breathing techniques that calm the body, nourish the reproductive organs and release anxiety and stress. In addition, this class delves into the deeper yogic teachings of meditation, visualization and the power of our thoughts and attitudes.

This course was designed by Pulling Down the Moon‘s Beth Heller and Tami Quinn to meet the needs of women who are trying to conceive. The program has been offered to hundreds of women in Chicago over the last six years, and data from on-going follow-up surveys show that nearly 75% of women who take the fertility yoga program report becoming pregnant within six months of class (PDtM website).

This class is safe during medicated or natural cycles and can be completed if you become pregnant during the six weeks.

Space is limited and pre-registration is required.  For questions or to secure your spot please contact us with the form below:

Hiring for Front Desk Associate

OIC_logoWebOmaha Integrative Care is looking for a front desk associate. This is a 25 hour position covering the front desk at OIC from 2-7 PM Mondays through Fridays.  Customer service or front desk experience appreciated.  Contact us below if you are interested in learning more about this position.

Happy Birthday OIC from Jane!

Jane Karges Happy 4th Birthday to Omaha Integrative Care!  I am so pleased to be a psychologist at this amazing place of healing, and I wanted to share a few words about the unique aspect of the holistic approach to wellness.  I have long worked with patients in the area of spiritual wellbeing.  This approach has nothing to do with religion, but rather with a belief that wounds from childhood and beyond have a profound impact on one’s spirit and hence, one’s heart and emotions.  At OIC, all of our practitioners are attentive and responsive to our patients’ mental, physical, and spiritual lives, which are all completely dynamic and intertwined.  Healing one’s spirit involves healing all aspects of the person, and at OIC this can be realized under one roof.  OIC is a safe, welcoming environment that invites people from every walk of life to explore, learn, and grow.

~ Dr. Jane Karges

Psychologist at OIC

Sara’s journey to Omaha Integrative Care

Sara ComstockI’ve always been one to study natural first, as early as when I was a teenager. There’s just something about being empowered to take care of yourself; being aware of yourself. Listening to the voice inside that says there’s still more to explore is important to my work and life.

Growing up I didn’t always listen to my body, or didn’t know my body was talking to me. It’s a journey for everyone, for every reason. Whether you are tired of being ‘sick and tired’ or someone you love is struggling; the integrative journey is waiting for you.  Mine started with some very minor health issues, and grew as I watched some love ones struggle with their health. After finally taking the steps to become a Massage Therapist, that opened the doors to continuing the study of herbs on my own and taking some aromatherapy classes, movement therapy and even quite a few Brain/Gut health courses. I remember hearing about Omaha Integrative Care and was excited for the opening of doors joining the Alternative world with the Doctorate world to compliment each other. Being a part of Omaha Integrative Care solidifies my belief in mind/body health and how they all support each other for a better way to live your life.

~ Sara Comstock, LMT

Massage Therapist at OIC