OM Center Policies

YOGA

Yoga classes and teachers are subject to change
There are no cell phones, personal belongings or shoes allowed in the studios

Please no strong perfumes or oils
Please be on time to class

We do not allow children under 16 to attend adult classes

Dress Code: We are a modest community. Please note we do not allow students to wear short shorts and sports bras. We ask that shorts are mid thigh. For Hot Yoga: You can wear a sports bra to class if you are wearing shorts to the knee or pants, or shorts mid thigh if you are wearing a tank top.

General Class Card Policies

NO extensions: 12 classes expire in 6 months and 5 classes in 3 months
No extensions due to studio closure for emergency or weather conditions
Class cards are non-refundable
Class cards cannot be put on hold
Class cards cannot be shared
Class cards are activated according to the date that they are bought

OMIE Monthly Autopay can be canceled at any time with 30 days written notice, there is a $15 surcharge for returned payments or declines

Workshop Policies

NO refunds on workshops, retreats or yoga teacher training
If you cancel 72 hours prior to a scheduled workshop, your workshop fee can be transferred to studio credit less a $25 processing fee.
No exceptions.

Expiration Dates on Class Cards

12 Class Cards Expire in 6 months. 5 classes in 3. No exceptions.

Massage Policies

You must arrive on time for you appointment
At least 24 hour notice is required to cancel all massage appointments
Same day cancellations or no-shows will be charged 100% of massage cost
Clients must be properly draped during their entire appointment

Children under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian

Yoga Teacher Training

Students must complete all scheduled time and pay all fees to receive certification
Students who miss class because of any circumstance must make up the time with one of Om’s ERYT’s at a rate of $25/hour
All payments are non-refundable
Om reserves the right to ask a student to leave if they are not taking the program seriously or if they are putting other students in jeopardy