Om Sweet Om Yoga
12 Irma Avenue
Port Washington, NY 11050

Upcoming Courses & Workshops

Restorative Yoga Teacher Training with Gail Grossman Next held on Wed, Jan 23, 2019 at 10:30 am - 2:30 pm
This enrollment runs from Wed Jan 23, 2019 - Wed Feb 13, 2019
Restorative Yoga Teacher Training
Over 4 Wednesdays:  January 23rd, 30th, February 6th and 13th: 10:30am - 2:30pm
Learn to sequence a transformative and relaxing practice for yourself and others* with Yoga Master Gail Grossman. Training Covers:
  • the relaxation response and the central nervous system.
  • Proper alignment to support the optimum flow of energy to all the body’s systems.
  • How to sequence restorative postures.
  • Restorative asanas for different types of students with physical disabilities or certain medical conditions.
  • Use of props to support the body for the maximum relaxation.
  • Plus more!
No Prior Yoga Teacher Certification Required 
Required reading: Restorative Yoga for Life by Gail Boorstein Grossman
(*This is not a yoga teacher training certification) 
**16 credits towards RYT Continued Education
Cost:$575, early bird pricing (before 12/23) $525
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200 Hour Teacher Training (WEEKEND FORMAT) with Gail Grossman Next held on Sat, Jan 26, 2019 at 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
This enrollment runs from Sat Jan 26, 2019 - Sun Jun 9, 2019
Winter/Spring 2019 Dates (weekend format)
January 26 - June 9
10 WEEKENDS in 2019:
8:30a - 5:30p Saturdays & Sundays
January 26-27
February 9-10
March 2-3, 16-17, 30-31
April 13-14
May 4-5, 18-19
June 1-2, 8-9
Train to be a teacher with us at Om Sweet Om and empower yourself to become the best and brightest you that you can be. In this teacher training you will learn to teach yoga from our studio's most wonderful and inspiring experienced yoga teachers. You will receive instruction in teaching to all ages, including "A Taste of YogaKids," Restorative Yoga Prenatal Yoga.  You will gain insights into the practice, history, philosophy and anatomy of yoga.  We bring in specialists to teach you about Anatomy, Ayurveda and Vedic philosophy, each person with many years in his or her field of expertise.  Most importantly, you will gain insights into yourself and your unlimited potential to make a difference in this world!
This is a 200-hour, Yoga Alliance approved training to be held over 10 weekends (and the requirement that you attend 50 classes over the course of 4 months--participating, assisting, observing or demonstrating).
Tuition: $3250
Extra early bird: $2850 if registered by 11/26/18 $2750 if paid in full
Early bird: $3050 if registered by 12/26/18 $2950 if paid in full
Deposit=$1000 or pay in full to receive best discount
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Journey to Headstand with Deborah Corsitto Sun, Feb 10, 2019 at 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Headstand is known as the king of yoga postures—with good reason. The many benefits of headstand are unmatched by any other single yoga pose. Headstand builds physical strength in the core and upper body, provides quiet and stillness for the mind, and affords a sense of groundedness, stability and joy to the spirit. But to get there, first we must overcome the common obstacles of fear and doubt and negative thinking.

If you’ve wanted to achieve a headstand but feel afraid or inadequate, this 90-minute judgment-free, expectation-free, step-by-step workshop is meant for you. You don’t need to jump into the deep end of headstand to get there.

There are small, measured steps to take that will help you break through your personal barriers, without breaking YOU, and Deb has been helping people learn those steps, with patience and gentle encouragement, for nine years. Now it’s your turn!

If you have questions or concerns, email Deb at Enrollment is limited, so please sign up early!

Cost : $50

Early Bird Price: $40 if registered by 2/3/2019

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Mission T: Free Teen Yoga Class with Beth Lipset Sun, Mar 3, 2019 at 3:15 pm - 4:00 pm

Join us at 2:00pm for an informative presentation and buy a Mission T shirt. Yoga Class begins at 3:14pm

Underage drinking is a serious public health problem in the United States. Alcohol is the most widely used substance of abuse among America’s youth. According to the 2016 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), about 2.3 million young people ages 12–17 reported drinking alcohol in the past month.

Mission T has been approved by the National Institute of Health & National Institute of Drug Abuse to host an event in honor of National Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Week.



This Free Class is offered to all Teens ages 13+

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Restore Your Core and Pelvic Floor Part 2 with Liz Simons Sat, Mar 9, 2019 at 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

This workshop is designed for both the prenatal and postnatal population to learn about how to best prepare and rehabilitate your core and pelvic floor to optimize outcomes during both pregnancy and postpartum. Studies show that women who use their core correctly are 75% less likely to develop diastasis recti, or separation of the abdominal muscles that sustains beyond the perinatal period. You will learn how to both prevent, manage and repair diastasis recti as well as pelvic floor dysfunction related to pregnancy and postpartum including urinary and bowel incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and persistent low back pain.

Dr. Liz Simons received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from New York University and a B.A. in Psychology from Williams College. For nearly a decade, Liz has specialized in the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction, with a personal interest in the education and treatment of the pre and postnatal population. Liz is dedicated to changing the standard of care for women and bridging the gap by informing and educating women about their bodies so that they can feel strong and empowered. She is a local Port Washington mother of three boys.

Cost: $45, Early Bird $40 if Registered by 2/23/19

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Monthly Family Yoga with Rebecca Scaramucci Sun, Mar 10, 2019 at 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

What a great way for parents and children to spend together-time! Yoga poses to interest those of all ages! Learn balance, trust, breathing, relaxation techniques, and tools for helping each other find inner peace. Yoga means union. Strengthen your families union with this class that is filled with love, and lots of fun! No experience necessary. Children must be at least 4 years old.

Cost $30 per Family (1 Parent and 1 Child), $10 for an additional family member.

To create the best experience for the families we limit 2 children per adult.

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Weekend Workshop with Kofi Busia with Kofi Busia Next held on Sat, Apr 6, 2019 at 12:30 pm - 4:00 pm
This enrollment runs from Sat Apr 6, 2019 - Sun Apr 7, 2019
Kofi Busia is one of BKS Iyengar's earliest students and has been practicing and teaching in honor of his guru for over thirty years. His teaching reflects a deep knowledge of the body and of yoga philosophy, and he is well known for his creative adjustments and also his stories, which both entertain and enlighten, and which bring yoga into the real world.
Ayurvedic medicine sees ‘kshetra’ as the field of both the body and the world. One of these is the “where” in which all the “events” of our lives occur. Those are the fruits. We tend to give the easy ones a strong internal support. Although some of these are easy to deal with, others are not. As we plough this field, so do we hope to “improve” the lives we live. The ambu or fluidic criss-crossing of our actions, nerves and perceptions is the realization we must consider. We then hope that through “flesh” as the visible gateway that covers the interior, we can gradually come to know more of these waxings and wanings. We then hope to gain a clearer understanding of the thinking and feeling states we can often create for ourselves as asana. These bring the bija or seed within us into clearer focus. We will aim to find that clear mind and awareness of intentions that amplifies the seed we are given as our place in this world. We can then the more easily reconcile ourselves with our surroundings, and as we find our true place in the world. This is the reconciliation of kshetra, ambu, ritu and bija, or body, action, timing and intention.
We practice yoga to address anxiety, tension, physical pain, and health issues. But more and more in this modern world, emotional disturbances and spiritual obstacles disturb our peace of mind. They prevent us from living life to the full.
Asana, pranayama and the study of yoga and its philosophy teach us how to transform our physical, mental and emotional patterns. By deliberately focusing on those parts of the body, such as big toes, little toes, or collar bones that normally function unconsciously, we can stabilize bones and strengthen muscles and ligaments, creating a strong, steady body which will provide a sound foundation. In the face of conflict and challenge we can then connect with that deepest wisdom, release our greatest fears, and move beyond our limitations to act with courage, grace and compassion.
Price: $160 for the weekend or $85 either day.
Early bird special: 10% discount if you sign up before March 17th
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