the OM place

the OM place has been helping people escape the hustle and calm the crazy for almost two decades. Our warm & welcoming staff offers yoga & mindfulness classes for all levels in a gorgeous, eco-conscious studio set in the rolling hills of Kentucky’s Horse Country. We empower our yoga family through mindful movement and strength-building classes, online classes, personalized therapeutic sessions, thai bodywork sessions, personal training, wellness retreats and Central Kentucky’s most established Yoga Teacher Training program.

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the OM channel

OM at home! the OM channel offers professionally-filmed online yoga and mindfulness classes taught by experienced, certified yoga teachers. the OM channel is designed to share stellar yoga instruction at an affordable price. Anytime. Anywhere. On any device. So when you're schedule isn't that flexible, you still can be.

Recent Blogs

Spinning Our Own Yarn

When I was in middle school, I took a class called Appalachian Appreciation one summer at the University of Kentucky. On the first day, the instructor arranged us in a circle and handed one child a large ball of rainbow-colored yarn. She explained that the earliest German, Scottish, and Irish immigrants moved southward into the […]

My Comfort Zone is Pretty Nice Actually

  Life begins at the end of your comfort zone. ~literally every Influencer on social media   You know what I mean. This rah-rah phrase is often accompanied by a picture of a circle with the term comfort zone written inside it. Outside the circle is text decrying the magic or growth zone or where […]

What I Learned About Model Trains by (Accidentally) Crashing a Wedding

I crashed a wedding. It was an accident, but it totally happened. I have a mantra I repeat when things go sideways: if this doesn’t kill me, it’ll make a good story. Writers are always on the lookout for fodder for columns.  You might remember my recent ill-fated, solo weekend at the hotel that was […]