2521 S. 133rd. Plz. Omaha NE 68144 US
About Evolve to Harmony:
The concept for my studio is different... I do not have a staff of teachers. Instead, I am working from a community model, where I rent out my space to teachers I deeply trust and admire.
That way, we can each have investment and ownership in our offerings in a way that ensures abundance for everyone, including students!
This will allow us to keep prices down, while also allowing us to create and offer classes and workshops that speak to our hearts.
When you take a class with another teacher, you pay that teacher independently. We run our classes, passes, and businesses separately in order to ensure complete freedom and independence!
Other teachers at my studio include:
Suzanne Wright Yoga offering Flow and Vinyasa
Kids Yoga with Mary McGuire
Josh Sprieter offering Flow
Stacia Smith offering Kundalini Yoga
About Carole Westerman:
Carole Westerman’s mission is to bring yoga to everyone! She is an ERYT-500, and is also registered with Yoga Alliance for the specialties of Prenatal and Children’s Yoga. Carole has a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Psychology and has worked many years in the fields of children and family services. In addition to her full-time yoga teaching schedule in Omaha, Carole is also owner of Evolve to Harmony Yoga Studio and School, as well as the Director of their 200, 500-Hour, and Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training Programs. Carole is also on Teacher Training faculty of several other yoga schools, and travels to teach nationally and internationally.
Carole has created her own curriculums for 200-Hour, 300-Hour, Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga, ThaiYogAsana, Prenatal and Children’s Yoga programs. Carole teaches online with YogaGlo, and is a regular contributor and faculty member of 90 Monkeys.
Carole teaches her own eclectic blends of yoga, which is a combination of elements inspired by Vinyasa, Alignment, Hatha, Yin, Restorative, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Thai Yoga, Reiki, and Kundalini. Each class is a unique experience designed to compliment the seasons and the needs of the students.