Road to Om Yoga Studio FAQs

Where is the Grand Manse and how do I get to the Road to Om?
The Road to Om is located at our private residence on the third floor of the historic Grand Manse Building next to the Grand Hall, an historic courtroom. The Grand Manse is located at 129 North 10th.

The easiest way to get to the studio is through the doors on the northeast corner of the building (on P Street closest to 10th Street). There are three sets of doors under a long banner sign that reads “GRAND HALL”. The doors furthest to the right (west) will be unlocked. You can also enter from the doors on 10th Street. If you find yourself at the door by Hurts Donuts, you’re at the wrong door.

From P Street go through the second set of doors and find the elevator or stairs to your left. From 10th Street turn right after entering the building and look for the elevator or stairs.

Take the elevator/stairs to the third floor. Go through the first door and the Road to Om will be just to your right in #309.

Road to Om
129 N 10th St #309
Lincoln, NE 68508


Where do I park?
During the daytime hours there are always plenty of metered spots open right outside our front door along P Street. There is a public parking garage available too at the Market Place Garage at 925 Q St (Entrance is off of 10th Street between P & Q). First hour is free in the garage.

When do the doors open?
There are security doors off the stairs/elevator on the 3rd floor. Those doors will always be open 15 minutes before class starts.

How do I pay and register for classes?
You can sign up to become a Road to Om member (tiered or unlimited) or purchase a class pass or drop-in class at our member site:

Tell me more about your pricing and membership tiers?
Memberships are offered in a tiered format which gives you flexibility on the price you’ll pay depending on how often you intend to practice with me per week. You can upgrade or downgrade your membership if your schedule changes. You can also pause your membership with 30 days’ notice.

10 class passes and individual drop-ins are available too.

Learn more about memberships and pricing here:

What should I bring and wear to class?
Wear clothes that you can stretch and move it. Bring your yoga mat and a water bottle.  I do have yoga props, but feel free to bring your own. There is a restroom to use if you need to change clothes.

Remember to take your shoes off at the door. Not only does this help to keep the space clean, it also shows respect for our shared sacred space.  Keep personal belongings (bags and purses) near the front of the studio to avoid cluttering our mat space. AND PLEASE make sure your cell phone is turned to silent.

What if I am late or need to leave early?
I start and end classes right on time but understand there are times when you are running late or have an obligation to attend to after class. Coming a few minutes late is fine (the door will be unlocked) please enter quietly and make yourself at home.  If you need to leave early, please tell me in advance and PLEASE leave BEFORE savasana to avoid disrupting the resting students.  Do try your best to stay for savasana – it is such an important part of practice.

Are you still working your office job?
I am! I really enjoy the work I do for the ACLU of Nebraska and fortunately it is part-time and flexible.

Will your cute dog Marco be around?
Marco is very friendly, and hates being left out of the fun! He will be happy to greet everyone as people arrive but will be staying in our bedroom or on his leash during practice.  He will be out and about during special events and when we spend community time together in our place.

marco 7-21 newsletter.jpg

Is it weird to have people in your home all the time?
Our living space can easily be closed off from the studio space, so if my kitchen is messy you won’t know! But in all honestly, we love having you all over.  We want you to feel at hOMe when you step into the Road to Om. My biggest priority as a yoga teacher and studio owner is to develop and caring and welcoming community that supports each other on and off the mat.