Thank you for checking us out!

In all of our classes you will meet people who have just started practicing yoga and meditation, people who have been practicing for many seasons, and there are those of us who are becoming reacquainted with the practice again after taking a break.

We are here to walk with you on your path.

Take a moment and get to know us a little better.

Tonya Baker

Tonya's practice is a place of acceptance, peace, calm, and exploration for the people she practices with. Yoga is for everyone.
She loves working out and seeing what limits my body is capable of surpassing but, it was yoga that taught her to love herself and her body just as it is.
Through the practice of Yoga she has learned to slow down, breathe, and listen to the body and enjoy life more. It has taught her to be in the moment.
Tonya earned her RYT200 in 2016 and have been teaching ever since.  She has taught many groups and levels. Currently, teaching yoga to cancer survivors, high school students, at the YMCA, kids, and at Creighton University.
She loves yoga and being a part of your journey.

Erin Burke

After numerous joint injuries tried to slow me down, I was pleased to find yoga accessible, soothing, and empowering – all at once. Yoga is relaxing, yet energizing, and I truly believe everyone finds exactly what they need from class. Even my own yoga goals and intentions shift from class to class.
Desire to dig deeper into the yoga world lead me to a 200 hour teacher training in 2015. I have taught vinyasa and yin classes since then.

Christine Kramer

Christine discovered yoga in 2012 when she was studying at Columbia College in Chicago.  In 2015 she moved back to Omaha and made a commitment to take better care of herself, and focus on yoga. Christine received her 200Hr teacher training with Passion Yoga School in Costa Rica. It was there that she learned tools for moving through life with a deeper awareness and connection to everyone and everything around her. Christine went back to Costa Rica in 2017 and completed her 500hr teacher training.
In 2019, she received her certification for health coaching from the Integrative Women’s Health Institute and works with women one on one to improve their fertility, and use their menstrual cycle as a diagnostic tool for healing.
For Christine, the practice of yoga is a reminder to set the ego aside and meet yourself where you are. She strives to create a space for people to come and be themselves, to be where ever it is they are in their lives and to know that it’s enough. Her classes have a strong attention to the breath, awareness of the body, and a witness to the mind.

Lauren Roads

Lauren hails from Oklahoma, has a masters degree in classical voice, works in insurance, is an occasional doula, and knits lace whenever she has a chance to sit down. She will talk your ear off about any of these subjects, but what gets her buzzing more than anything is yoga.
She began her personal study of yoga in 2007, taught her first class in 2012 and in 2013 got certified in the Power Vinyasa tradition. With humor and passion Lauren leads a practice that is gentle, fluid, breathcentered, and non-dogmatic. Students are invited to make peace with their bodies and break through limiting habits and beliefs to allow for a more authentic connection. This is soul work!

Frank Wolfe

Frank took his first studio class in 2013, The attention to breath, combined with movement and the meditative aspect of focusing on the body is why he fell in love with the practice of Yoga.
He started 2016 by becoming a certified yoga instructor. and then went on to study with Judith Hanson-Lasater and is a certified Relax and Renew® Level I trainer.
Frank was raised with a compassion and kindness for the earth and all living beings. This grounded, practical approach to life shines through in his classes.  He hopes to share the experience of becoming more mindful, self-aware, and allow the world off of the yoga mat to blur for a little while.