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.

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Welcoming the Season of Renewal

One of the oldest myths about the celebration of Spring comes from the Sumerians in southern Mesopotamia, somewhere between 2000 and 4000 BC. Cuneiform tablets from this ancient civilization tell the story of “The Descent of Inanna,” a precursor to the tale of Persephone. Religious scholars cite Inanna’s tale as the start of the modern-day […]

Nothing Matters, Or Why I Love Everything Everywhere All at Once

Note: Spoilers ahead for the movie Everything Everywhere All at Once. If you haven’t seen it, put this down and come back after a viewing.    “Nothing matters.” ~ Jobu/Joy, Everything Everywhere All at Once “Nothing matters.” ~ Evelyn, Everything Everywhere All at Once   I just rewatched the brilliant multiverse film Everything Everywhere All […]

What Are You Pouring?

“Take responsibility for the energy you bring.” ~Jill Bolte Taylor   The Buddha once advised, “You are not responsible for who drinks from your fountain, how much they drink, or what they do with the drinking. but you are precisely responsible for what you pour.” The question then, for you … and for me … […]