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OM NAMO is a yoga and healing studio located in Cambridge. We apply concepts from traditional oriental medicine practices to help modern bodies deal with the stresses of daily life.

OM Therapies

OM practitioners are working to bridge the gap between health care and self-care.

Therapies

We provide several services to help you heal your body. There are effective ways to treat lower back pain, neck and shoulder tension, headaches, bad posture, and stress. We have experts in massage therapy and bodywork, acupuncture, Reiki, nutrition, and life coaching.

 

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NAMO Yoga

NAMO yoga is available for people at all levels. Join us and find optimal skeletal alignment and muscular engagement.

Yoga Classes

NAMO Yoga teaches proper body alignment based on bio-mechanics and sequencing designed for the 21st-century body. We focus on teaching your body to move more mindfully as your muscle groups begin working in synchronicity. In addition to NAMO Yoga, we offer a variety of classes for all levels.

 

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OM Namo News

  • Tai Chi Comes to Om Namo!
    Tai Chi Comes to Om Namo!
    Dharma Voyage Tai Chi is a journey into knowledge about our mind, our body, and our connection to natural energy through a vibrant method of practice rooted in ancient arts. This 8-week Tai Chi course is based on the Dharma Voyage multi-year Tai Chi Mastery Path. It is designed to bring the participant a lasting […]
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  • April Featured Teacher: Sally McAlpin
    April Featured Teacher: Sally McAlpin
    Sally McAlpin has been practicing yoga and meditation for 30 years. She has been teaching for 20 years and has had the opportunity to train with many master instructors. Sally is a certified Kripalu Instructor and currently working on advanced training at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. She has trained extensively in Iyengar yoga […]
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  • Yin/Yang for Runners<br />Saturday, April 5, 1-3PM
    Yin/Yang for Runners
    Saturday, April 5, 1-3PM
    Yin/Yang for Runners will begin with a yin sequence targeting the fascial tissue that becomes tight and compressed with long distance running. We will transition from yin to yang with some gentle spinal movements to promote mobility. Finally, we will move into a yang practice designed to make the core work efficiently to strengthen the […]
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