Sacred Om is a neighborhood Yoga Center conveniently located in downtown Point Pleasant Beach.
The name Sacred Om was carefully chosen to respectfully honor and cultivate our connection to all living beings.
We offer a friendly and comfortable environment dedicated to peace, wellness and service.
We invite you to experience the collective, harmonious energy of our studio and become part of our yoga community.
Spacious and accommodating, Sacred Om Yoga Center is the perfect place to build or expand your personal practice.
Yoga is unique to everybody. Our dedicated and experienced teachers nurture beginners and offer expertise and guidance on an individual basis so that all yogic experiences are heartfelt,restorative and transformative.
Our welcome area is a quiet transition space where you can center yourself prior to class and/or spend time to absorb the benefits of your practice as you prepare yourself to “take it off the mat.”
Come…relax, sit back with a cup of tea or enjoy a book from our lending library! Sacred Om provides a supportive and nourishing space where you can restore inner peace while maintaining physical, emotional and spiritual health.
With the goal of providing service to all levels and lifestyles, we offer classes for Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced students.
Other classes include Alignment-based Hatha, Chair, Gentle, Happy Hips & Hamstrings, Kids, Meditation, Mommy & Me, Nidra, Open Level, Prenatal, Restorative, Tone & Om, Vinyasa, Yin/Yang, and Yin.
Private instruction is available on an individual and/or small group basis.
We offer a monthly Angel meditation - a guided angelic encounter! Angelic Light Ray, Reiki or Reflexology/Reiki Healing Sessions are also available monthly.
Our Center’s ongoing Events and Workshops are designed with your spiritual well-being and healing in mind!
Walk Ins Welcome! Pre-registration for classes is not required. We kindly ask that you please:
Arrive at least 10 minutes before class time.
Be mindful of silence for savanasa when waiting for your class to begin.
Inform your instructor of any injuries.
Refrain from wearing fragrances in consideration of allergies.
Leave shoes at the door before entering our practice space.
Turn off cell phones upon entering the studio and allow yourself (and others) this dedicated time of inner peace.
Notes: We cannot allow children under the age of 15 to attend adult classes. Children 15 and over will require adult supervision. A doctor’s note is required to participate in prenatal classes.
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Exploring the Yamas and Niyamas of Yoga with Leigh Anne Buyon
Sometimes called "the ten commandments of yoga" the Yamas (self control/restraints) and the Niyamas (personal observances) are the first... Read More »
Sometimes called "the ten commandments of yoga" the Yamas (self control/restraints) and the Niyamas (personal observances) are the first and second limbs of yoga according to The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.
In this workshop we will review and discuss how these ten qualities can be cultivated in your asana practice and in your daily life.
Come and expand your knowledge of yoga and its philosophical underpinnings.
Bring a notebook and an open mind!