In-person Yoga is Back!
We are so excited to see your faces! Yoga classes resumed in person on April 17th! Click on the link below for details, and check back soon for more information on our safety measures. MORE INFORMATION
A first responder is an individual who is the first to respond when there is a crisis, accident, emergency, or — most recently — a pandemic. Professions that are categorized as first responders can include: Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs), medical workers, paramedics, firefighters, school resource officers, and police officers. During the COVID-19 pandemic, first responders have […]
The word “trauma” comes from the Greek word meaning “wound.” When we think of trauma, we often think of a horrific event such as abuse, PTSD, or a car accident. The truth is that there are many different types of trauma and various treatments offered to heal from it. What is trauma? The definition of […]
Dear OIC Community: We want to assure you that we are doing everything we can to provide a safe healing environment for all. Due to the COVID-19 virus we are taking extra precautionary measures that we would like to share with you. *Hand sanitizer is located in both lobbies. We suggest that you wash your […]
Meet one of our newest yoga practitioners: Tanna Kelley. Tanna has been consistently practicing since 2009 when she first found and realized the benefits of yoga. The benefits and therapeutic touch she found from yoga inspired her to attend teacher training to because a yoga instructor. While in teacher training, she realized how important the […]
You’ve probably heard that there are many physical and emotional health benefits from a regular yoga practice. Dr. McCall writes about 38 benefits in this Yoga Journal article. But, if you’re like many people, yoga can actually feel intimidating. You may worry that you aren’t “bendy” enough or that the relaxation will be weird. You may […]