Om Sweet Om is a spotless facility. Every instructor I've had has been wonderful, kind, accommodating, and patient. Atmosphere is friendly and nurturing. Clothing is overpriced -- no need to pay $75-$85 for a pair of yoga pants when you can get same quality in the stores for a lot less, especially Nordstrom Rack & TGMax.
Parking is a problem. There is not enough room for instructors & students. Something should be done about that.
Om is a place of diversity - from new to practiced yogis with instructors who present yoga with individual approaches (and always have variations to offer).
The studio is bright and clean and offers many classes and enrichment opportunities beside regular classes.
In addition for being something that seems to address my fitness needs, its very welcoming for someone who has never done yoga before. The teachers and Riley have all been supportive and helpful as I try something new.
I really like both teachers from the two classes I took. I am not feeling the music with lyrics and classic rock tracks that accompany yoga relaxation and focus. Additionally listening to music with lyrics fights with the instructors vocal guidance.
I like the calm atmosphere and the caring teachers who challenge but don’t embarrass. I never feel that I’m likely to get hurt as long as I stick to the (plentiful) appropriate classes-I’m older with some injuries/limitations and overweight.
Did the FUNdementals class with Laura today. I really want to re-learn yoga with correct alignment (vs equinox in the city where it feels like it’s more about banging through poses). Laura was very clear, very helpful. And the class was shockingly hard (to be sure I biked to practice so they also helped) but wow. Great class.
I had Gail teach yesterday in restorative, and that was great too. Relaxing but great stretches.
Looking forward to more classes