train your body and mind

You somehow found your way all the way here and maybe that has something to say and something to mean – maybe our ways are meant to cross and if so than I will surely see you soon.
House of OM offers a wide variety of classes & services. Among these are yoga, barre, the House of OM Signature class and much more. We want you to feel and be your best. We stand behind you and guide you. But you are the one walking the path- gracefully. Come on in and discover for yourself.

which courses are suitable to beginners

It’s recommended for beginners to inform the teacher about their level. Those new to yoga can participate in “all levels” yoga courses, yin yoga, yin and yang yoga, vinyasa to the beat, as well as barre and pilates classes. Remember, you’re not expected to master everything in one session, and you can take breaks as needed. If unsure about anything, don’t hesitate to ask the teacher for guidance; they’re available before or after class for questions. Additionally, keep an eye out for our beginner yoga courses, offered twice yearly for six weeks, providing a comfortable and supportive environment to begin your journey.

what does it mean when a class is “int/adv” or “advanced”

When a yoga class is labeled as “int/adv” (intermediate to advanced) or “advanced,” it may imply several factors: intricate transitions in the sequence, more demanding peak poses, a requirement for greater strength, or fewer explanations with an expectation for students to know most pose names. Additionally, classes like Inside Flow, despite not explicitly stating “advanced” in the name, are also considered advanced due to their complex transitions and fast pace. However, participating in an advanced class doesn’t necessitate being an advanced practitioner. Our instructors always offer modifications for challenging poses. Feel free to join these classes if you aim to enhance strength and elevate your practice, regardless of your current level.

we encourage you to

Before commencing yoga classes, particularly if uncertain about one’s health or during pregnancy, it’s advisable to consult a doctor. Always inform the yoga teacher before the class begins in case of injuries or physical discomfort. Pregnant individuals should notify the yoga teacher before starting the class. Throughout the session, diligently adhere to and follow the instructions provided by the yoga teacher. Practice yoga exercises mindfully, considering your physical limitations, and avoid any poses that cause pain. If there’s any confusion about an exercise, feel free to seek clarification by asking questions.

Vinyasa Flow

Vinyasa yoga is a dynamic and fluid style of yoga that emphasizes the coordination of breath with movement. The word “Vinyasa” is derived from the Sanskrit words “vi” (meaning variation) and “nyasa” (meaning within prescribed parameters). In a Vinyasa class, practitioners seamlessly transition between different poses, guided by the rhythm of their breath.

Unlike some other forms of yoga that may focus on holding static poses, Vinyasa classes are known for their creative and flowing sequences. Each movement is typically linked with either an inhale or an exhale, creating a continuous and meditative flow. The practice encourages mindfulness, balance, and flexibility, as well as strength-building through a combination of postures.

Vinyasa yoga offers a diverse range of sequences and poses, making it accessible to practitioners of various skill levels. It is often considered a moving meditation that not only enhances physical well-being but also promotes mental clarity and focus. The flexibility and adaptability of Vinyasa make it a popular choice for those seeking a dynamic and invigorating yoga experience.

Vinyasa – 60 to 90 min – all levels to advanced
Rise & Shine Flow – 60 min – int/adv
Power Yoga – 60 min – int/adv
upward facing dog yoga pose

Yin & Yang

Finding balance through opposites, we integrate the dynamic, energising qualities of Yang yoga with the gentle, introspective nature of Yin yoga to create a holistic and harmonious practice.

During the Yang portion of the class, we focus on building strength, stamina, and flexibility through a series of dynamic, flowing sequences. Yang yoga incorporates elements of Vinyasa or Hatha yoga, encouraging movement with the breath and cultivating heat in the body. Through invigorating asanas and mindful transitions, we awaken our energy and vitality.

As we transition into the Yin portion of the class, we shift our focus inward and embrace stillness. Yin yoga involves passive, long-held poses that target the deeper connective tissues of the body, such as ligaments, tendons, and fascia. By surrendering into each pose and allowing gravity to do the work, we release tension and create space within the body. Yin yoga invites us to explore patience, acceptance, and mindfulness as we delve into the subtle sensations of each posture.

Throughout the class, we weave together elements of breathwork, meditation, and relaxation to create a balanced and transformative experience for body, mind, and spirit.

Yin & Yang – 90 min – all levels

Inside Flow

Inside flow is a 60-minute experience that merges the power of dynamic vinyasa with the pulsating beats of curated music. Immerse yourself in this unique fusion, inviting you to flow, dance, and connect with the rhythm within.
Flow through a series of dynamic vinyasa sequences, each thoughtfully choreographed to synchronise with the music. The beats guide your movements, enhancing the flow and creating a sense of unity between breath and rhythm.
Explore creative and seamless transitions that encourage fluidity in your practice. The inside flow encourages you to move intuitively, allowing the rhythm to be your guide as you navigate through a diverse range of poses.
Inside Flow – 60 min – intermediate to advanced
Vinyasa To The Beat – 60 min – all levels to intermediate
woman sitting in lotus position

Yin Yoga

Indulge in the serenity of Yin Yoga, a tranquil practice that nurtures both body and soul. In this soothing session, held in a peaceful ambiance, practitioners are invited to surrender to stillness and embrace longer-held, passive poses. Led by a seasoned instructor, Yin Yoga targets the connective tissues, fostering deep relaxation and flexibility. Allow the gentle stretches to release tension, promoting a meditative state that harmonizes breath and movement. Cultivate mindfulness as you delve into each pose, experiencing the profound benefits of enhanced joint mobility and inner calm. Immerse yourself in the therapeutic embrace of Yin Yoga, a respite for the body, mind, and spirit.

Yin Yoga – 60 min – all levels
therapeutic yoga

Therapeutic Yoga

A progressive yoga style made for a modern lifestyle.
The aim is to release tension and relieve the body from unpleasant sensations. Instead of flowing through powerful sequences, the focus rather is on static poses that target specific body parts and areas of the body to strengthen and stretch them in order to achieve long-term benefits, and to increase overall well-being.

‘Therapeutic’ means to support the body’s healing process in a sustainable way. Therefore, a therapeutic class is not relaxing, i.e. it’s not Yin Yoga. If you want to effect sustainable systemic change in the body, it requires effort and intense practice.
This involves movements that you don’t usually do in your everyday life. You will be taken through different asanas, which you will have to hold for a bit longer than usual, to fully challenge and improve your strength and stability.

Therapeutic Yoga – 60 min – all levels


Barre is a unique fitness method that combines elements of ballet, Pilates, yoga, and strength training. Originating from ballet exercises, barre workouts typically involve small, isometric movements performed at a ballet barre or using a sturdy piece of furniture for support. These movements target specific muscle groups, especially those in the legs, buttocks, core, and arms.

Barre classes often incorporate a variety of props such as small hand weights, resistance bands, and exercise balls to add intensity and variety to the exercises. The workouts are designed to strengthen muscles, improve flexibility, and enhance overall body tone, with a particular emphasis on developing long, lean muscles akin to those of dancers.

One of the defining features of barre workouts is the focus on high repetition and low-impact movements, making it suitable for individuals of all fitness levels. Additionally, barre classes typically include elements of stretching and mindfulness, promoting improved posture, balance, and body awareness.

Overall, barre offers a fun and challenging workout experience that can help individuals sculpt and tone their bodies while also improving flexibility and overall fitness.

60 minutes – all levels


Pilates is a holistic and low-impact exercise method developed by Joseph Pilates in the early 20th century. The practice focuses on strengthening the core muscles, improving flexibility, and promoting overall body awareness. Pilates exercises are designed to engage the mind and body in a coordinated effort, emphasizing precision and control.

Key elements of Pilates include controlled movements, conscious breathing, and a series of exercises performed on the mat or specialized equipment such as the reformer or Cadillac. The exercises often target the deep muscles of the abdomen, pelvis, and lower back, helping to build a strong and stable core.

Pilates is known for its versatility and adaptability, making it suitable for people of various fitness levels and ages. It can be used for rehabilitation purposes, as well as for enhancing athletic performance. The emphasis on mindful movement and alignment makes Pilates an effective method for improving posture, balance, and overall body strength.

Overall, Pilates offers a comprehensive approach to physical fitness, combining strength, flexibility, and mindfulness to create a balanced and harmonious body.

60 minutes – all levels


Meditation is a practice that involves training the mind to focus and redirect thoughts. It is often done by sitting quietly in a comfortable position and paying attention to the breath, bodily sensations, or a specific object or mantra. The goal of meditation is to cultivate mindfulness, awareness, and a sense of inner peace. Through regular practice, meditation can help reduce stress, anxiety, and negative emotions, while promoting mental clarity, emotional balance, and overall well-being. There are various techniques and approaches to meditation, including mindfulness meditation, loving-kindness meditation, and transcendental meditation, among others.

Pranayama is the practice of breath control in yoga. It involves various breathing techniques that are used to regulate and manipulate the breath in order to enhance physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. Pranayama techniques can range from simple breathing exercises to more complex practices involving breath retention and manipulation of the breath’s flow. The word “pranayama” is derived from two Sanskrit words: “prana,” meaning life force or vital energy, and “ayama,” meaning extension or expansion. Through pranayama practice, one learns to harness and channel the prana within the body, promoting balance, vitality, and a deeper connection to the self.

Pranayama and meditation are often practiced together as complementary techniques within the broader context of yoga. In many yoga traditions, pranayama serves as a preparatory practice for meditation, helping to calm the mind and cultivate the necessary focus and concentration for deepening one’s meditation practice.

meditation – all levels
pranayama – all levels to advanced
  • sport clothes
  • yoga mat
  • lots of water
  • warm socks for Savasana
  • yoga mat towel (if needed)
  • respect those around you
  • an open mind and open heart