OHM Hatha yoga
Connect to your body and mind with Hatha yoga
Hatha is best known as the “classic” yoga style, where you perform one pose at the time. In Hatha yoga we stay in the poses a little longer, which gives you the opportunity to adjust, to strengthen and to gain more flexibility in your body.See the classes
Gain body strength
Learn to control
Take the breaks you need during class.
Please tell your teacher if you suffer from an injury, so she or he can offer you alternatives.
Showers and changing rooms
We have put a lot of effort in creating the perfect luxurious space in our showers and changing rooms, and as a service to you, we are providing free shampoo, shower gel and other personal care products.
We care about the environment and the hygiene, and we encourage you to bring your own towel. If you forgot your towel, you can rent a towel for 50 kr.
We encourage you to book your class in advance, and to arrive at least 15 minutes before the class begins. That way, you can prepare yourself mentally to practice and you give yourself time to settle down. We do have waiting lists and check in will be no later than 15 minutes before the class begins. If you arrive later than required check in, you lose your booking, and the available spot is given to the next member on the waiting list. If you don’t cancel your booking 4 hours prior the class, we will charge you a no-show fee of 50 kr. Check in is done at the reception at the studio.
You can lend yoga mats free of charge, but please bring your own towel, extra towel for hot yoga and a drinking bottle. If you attend a reformer class, then please bring non-slip socks. If you forgot any equipment, you can purchase equipment at the reception. Please remember that we do not accept cash.
In our schedule, you can see the level of each class, so you can choose the class that is suitable for you. Please tell the teacher if you are beginner, so she or he can look extra out for you. If you are in doubt of which class to choose, feel free to ask the receptionist, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Should I be flexible to do yoga?
Many people think they must be flexible to do yoga. The answer is no, you do not have to be flexible or in a certain shape to practice yoga. All bodies are different, and anyone can attend a yoga class. Just remember to listen to your body, and don’t push yourself. Yoga should feel good and without pain.