In-person yoga classes resume on Saturday, April 17!

Your safety is important to us at Omaha Integrative Care. Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, we are taking extra precautions. It is recommended to bring your own mat and props for all classes. OIC will provide sanitized mats and props for those who do not have their own. We will have a limited number of spaces and will not have overlapping class times so everybody can maintain social distancing.

For your safety and the safety of others we ask for health history reviews with all clients. Please print, complete and bring the following form to your class. Paper copies of the waiver will also be provided for clients to review and sign at each class.

Liability Release Form

Not quite ready to come to the center? You can still participate virtually!

Making yoga accessible to all

At OIC we strive to make yoga accessible to everyone and we recognize that we will always have room for growth in this area. We keep our class sizes small so we can offer the best instruction and the safest environment. Our mission is to honor and share the ancient traditions of the practice.  Our program is unique to the Omaha area, teaching yoga within our integrative environment gives us the ability to offer several healing modalities under one roof.  If  you are seeking a traditional practice in calm, healing and integrative environment this is the place for you.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic we have limited in person space available.  Please sign up in advance and review our safety protocol. If you want to attend online, have your teacher sign you in at the beginning of class.  All you need to do is Zoom in using our yoga class code: 682 411 4396.

Please email our Wellness Facilitator and Yoga Lead Steph Watson with any questions!

Opportunities For Practice

Chair Yoga

Class uses the chair for support, making it accessible for students with limited mobility.  This class provides the support of other props as well, bringing the benefits of the yoga postures to more students.  This class is taught by Paula Savatovic.

Who is this class for?

Students who have limited mobility or who want to explore using a chair as a prop for practice.

Community Meditation

Do you want to learn how to meditate?  Are you confused by all the different techniques and styles of meditation?  This class, taught by J Brenner,  will explore different ways to start your practice.

Who is this class for?

Anyone who wants to learn how to meditate.

Gentle Yoga

Taught by Paula Savatovic, this class is the perfect opportunity to practice yoga in a nourishing and mindful way.  Class will teach the foundational and traditional aspects of yoga which include postures, breathing, relaxation and meditation. This class moves at a slow and gentle pace.

Who is this class for?

Anyone who prefers a traditional yoga class that is slow and gentle.


Are you interested in practicing yoga with other LGBTQIA folks? Taught by our queer teacher J, this class focuses on creating a safe place to practice and explore. Class will include movement, relaxation and meditation techniques. Come to yoga and build community together!

Who is this class for?

Anyone who is looking to practice yoga and connect to the LGBTQIA community.

Morning Yoga

Morning Yoga is a traditional hatha based class that includes breathing and cleansing practices to start your day. Begin your day by connecting breath and movement in a mindful way that will increase inner awareness (on and off the mat). This class allows you to arrive and enjoy quiet stillness while energizing the body, so that you leave ready to enter the rest of your day with vitality and equanimity. Morning Yoga will always end with meditation instruction that will support students in creating a home practice.  This class is taught by Stephanie Watson.

Who is this class for?

Students who are looking for a hatha and vinyasa blend.  Some yoga experience is suggested but not required.

Yoga & Sound Bath

This class offers the perfect balance of movement and stillness. Soothe your soul with a nourishing yoga nidra practice that incorporates the healing waves of sound bath. Yoga nidra, which is often referred to as “yogic sleep,” gives participants the opportunity to deeply heal. Calming and soothing sound waves take the experience to another level. This class is taught by Dandelion Davenport.

Who is this class for?

Students who are looking for a mid-week stress buster and a unique experience.

Pre/Postnatal Yoga

Connect with your pregnancy in our pre/postnatal yoga class. Gentle, nurturing and fun, this class teaches a series of yoga postures, breathing and mindfulness techniques designed to bring awareness and relaxation to your baby and your body. Our expert teachers introduced practices that will assist moms to be before, during and after labor. Practice class after birth and bring your baby! Our yoga community provides a safe place for mamas to nurse, relax and ease back into practice.  Plus we all get to meet your baby!  Taught by Pre/Postnatal Certified and Experienced Yoga Instructors Emily Goodwin and Stephanie Watson.

Who is this class for?

Pre/Postnatal mamas.

Restorative Yoga

Taught by Christine Kramer, this class is strategically designed to heal the mind, body, and spirit. Restorative Yoga uses props to help support relaxation and release. This class will allow students to find gentle, easy, meditative movements to allow stillness, renewal, and ease.

Who is this class for?

Students who want to rest, restore and heal.

Private Yoga/Meditation Sessions

Combining healing postures with relaxation tools, breathwork, guided meditation and imagery, your Registered Yoga Teacher will design a personal healing practice to promote overall health and well-being. Individual sessions are appropriate for all levels, from beginners wanting to develop a foundation to experienced yoga practitioners looking to enhance their existing practice.

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Weather Policy

During the winter months, there may be times when it is necessary to close the studio due to weather conditions such as snow or extreme cold.  Our studio closure follows the lead of the Millard Public School District (on the weekdays).

If Millard Public Schools closes (weekdays):

  • All yoga classes before noon will be canceled
  • Yoga classes in the evening will be posted by 2 p.m. that day


  • If needed, yoga classes will be canceled on MindBodyOnline at least 1 hour prior to the class start time

Please check our schedule online before heading to class on inclement winter weather days/evenings.

What’s Your Yoga?

We each have a unique set of circumstances and everyone is different – in body, mind and soul. There isn’t a “one-size fits all” option when it comes to integrative wellness including yoga. Yoga classes can be customized to fit your needs. Find out what the best fit is for you!

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