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Jaclyn Kohler, also known as Anand Avtar Kaur, is a yogini with a passion for alternative healing. Her journey began 8 years ago after losing her father, and the Universe presented her with the tools needed to process in a healthy way via kundalini yoga and more! Multiple studies in kundalini yoga have ensued, with both 3HO and Raviana bringing a well rounded wealth of knowledge from many teachers. Jaclyn is also a massage therapist and body worker. Currently completing her 500 hr Iyengar influenced hatha teacher training course with Dustin Turner she is continuing to connect to her previous knowledge, and incorporate proper body alignment into her classes. As the journey of life continues so will her study of yoga, and alternative therapies as she believes our healing is in our own hands, and we are all here to support each other through the beautiful adventure of Being.

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“Yoga has been a part of my life for over 11 years, and my practice has helped me grow stronger, more flexible, fearless, more centered and more free both on and off the mat. Yoga inspires me to live each moment more mindfully and I receive immense joy from sharing this life changing practice with others!
I completed my 200 hour Teacher Training at Ozark Mountain Yoga in 2018. I have also trained under Mindful Schools, am a 200Hr RYT with Yoga Alliance. I am a current student of Ashley Turner’s 300HR YTT Yoga, Psyche, Soul Teacher Training that melds Western Psychology with the Eastern Yogic Tradition to create a holistic path to mental health and thriving by combining the 2 practices and am finishing my Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. I am always looking for ways to bring Mindfulness and Yoga into our community’s EVERY DAY Life, at schools, places or business and public gatherings! I will always be a student of the practice and am deeply grateful for the loving wisdom my teachers have shared with me. I stand on the shoulders of the giants who have come before me as teachers.
In my classes, I combine a variety of scientifically proven yogic techniques to help clients release stress and find peace in this increasingly chaotic world. I seek to help others thrive in life by nurturing body, psyche and soul with yoga and introspection



​Christine's foundational yoga style and individual-focused instruction create a mind body connection for the student and sense of overall well being. Through asanas and breathing techniques the student can both challenge oneself through Iyengar yoga while also healing the body and calming the mind. Her background includes 14 years of Iyengar yoga training and will have completed her 500 hr certification as a September 2021. Prior to yoga Christine studied and instructed ballet for over 20 years. 



Yoga is the tool that enables us to access realms within ourselves that were previously unknown.  

 By balancing body, breath, and movement we open the inner channels of the body uncovering a hidden treasure chest full of expanded awareness, inner strength, happiness, peace and Love! " 

 Annie will guide you through a movement meditation where SHIFT HAPPENS!!!!

 Her inspiration comes from her 78 year old yoga mentor, Joan Rosen, who is a shining example of growing young with yoga. Annie began teaching 22years ago and has been influenced by Baron Baptiste, David Swenson, and Shiva Rea. Her styles include Vinyasa Flow, Yin Yoga, Ashtanga, Gentle Yoga, Kid's Yoga, and Bridal yoga. 

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After graduating from Oklahoma State University with a Health Science major, I began working as an Exercise Physiologist at St. John Health Club in Tulsa. I then changed careers and moved to Florida, and while there was introduced to yoga for the first time. I continued practicing yoga, but didn't become a serious student until 2010. Not only did it address my physical needs, but provided a certain peace within that helped guide me to live each moment with mindfulness and purpose. Yoga lit the fire of inspiration that propelled me toward finding my true authentic self, and I want to help others to do the same. 



I began practicing yoga in 2016, to help manage my pain from a car accident. Throughout my practice and training, I’ve learned modifications to help people of all fitness and ability levels to achieve the benefits of yoga. It’s not about twisting yourself into a perfect pose, but rather using poses (and small movements) to learn things about your own body - and yourself. As I learned more, I wanted to share with others. I received my RYT 200 from Dustin Turner in 2019. I’d love to share what I’ve learned with you!



I have been studying and practicing yoga for the last 10 years. Yoga has had a profound impact on my life and well-being. I am honored to teach what I have learned.

I approach teaching through my understanding of yoga tradition, biomechanics, and nervous system regulation. Over time and training, I learned to teach the multidisciplinary practices that I’ve felt, and research has found, to be the most efficient and effective. The wisdom of my teachers informs and supports my teaching and keeps it rooted in tradition. I am grateful to my lineage and hope to honor it the best I can. 

My goal as a teacher is to provide an environment and instruction to teach my students tools to see and care for their whole selves. Helping them to recognize the effect that precise and integrative techniques can have on their wellbeing. With the hope that they will utilize these tools throughout their lives. 

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Marisa Frazier is a Certified Exercise Physiologist, personal trainer, and student and teacher of yoga. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise and Movement Science, and has been a fitness instructor for over 6 years. 

Marisa received  her RYT-500 yoga certification with the most recent 300-hours in Iyengar-influenced hatha teacher training with Dustin Turner.  

Her classes place an emphasis on intentional movement, functional strength, core, alignment and mobility for spine and joint health. 

Marisa’s yoga practice began as injury prevention cross-training for triathlon, but discovered it also provides many mental and cognitive benefits. She believes in the power of mindfulness for personal transformation. 

Marisa is passionate about nature, environmental activism, and holistic wellness. 

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I have been teaching yoga for over 10 years and a gong practitioner for 7 years.  My specialty is Kundalini yoga though I have experience in teaching various styles such as: vinyasa, yin, gentle, and restorative.  What I want most to do is to empower people with strength, purpose, and destiny.  Therefore, I love teaching Kundalini and playing the universal sounds of the universe through the gong and other sound healing instruments.



In my classes you will be given the opportunity to utilize breath, posture and meditation to deeply relax, realign, and reinvigorate your body and mind. I will create sequences through the lenses of developmentally based Hatha yoga and an understanding of the elements of nature. The techniques utilized in my classes, I have learned from my teacher Jayme Sweere. I earned my RYT200 with Jayme in August 2020, and I’m currently working on an additional 300 hours with her to earn my RYT500.



Travis’ focus as a teacher is on classes designed for people recovering from addiction.  He discovered yoga over 20 years ago while travelling around India and Nepal.  The seed was planted there but did not begin to grow until January of 2017 when he entered what is now Omni.  Looking for an escape from the stress and discomfort of a life in active addiction he did not know that the practice of yoga would start to untwist the knots in his physical, mental, and spiritual bodies.   
Travis’ personal recovery from addiction is what motivates him to teach and share the benefits of yoga with those recovering from or impacted by addiction.  He completed his 200 hour YTT in January of 2020 and as of June 2020 will be certified to hold space for Y12SR meetings.   For more information visit
The Yoga of 12 Step Recovery sees addiction as a physical, mental, and spiritual disease.  Y12SR helps to connect the dots and create a sustainable platform for addiction recovery.  If you are a part of a recovery community or you just feel like you have been impacted by addiction come roll your mat out with us.

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Gabriel’s yoga journey began in 2017 when he sought mental refuge from a hectic lifestyle. Bouncing between several jobs, he had lost his sense of balance. Yoga brought him mindfulness that has generated peace in all aspects of life. When the desire to deepen his own practice surfaced, Gabriel began to research teacher trainings for that personal growth. Everyone referred him to the incomparable experience and tutelage of Emery Bryant. Gabriel will graduate in August 2020 with his RYT 200-hour certification from Emery’s teaching training, assisted by the extraordinary Cady O’Quinn. While his training and passions have resulted in a more vinyasa-centered approach, he integrates Hatha/Iyengar style into his flows as much as possible. You may also see Gabriel around town in other capacities, as music is his other passion. He currently serves as a part-time faculty member in the music department at Missouri State University; additionally, he assists the marching percussion section at Nixa High School. He is thrilled to be joining the wonderful, diverse team at Omni and hopes to see you in class soon!

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Monday 9-10:00 am with Gabriel Fleetwood

Wednesday 9-10 with Lindy Chronkite

Thursday 9-10:00 am with Marisa Frazier


Monday 5:30-6:30 pm with Lindy Chronkite
Thursday 5:30-6:30 pm with Lindy Chronkite


Friday 5:15 -6:45pm with Travis Powell


Tuesday 5:45-6:45pm with Christine Moses
Wednesdays 5:30-6:30 with Jaclyn (Anand)


Tuesday 9 am-10 am with Anand (Jaclyn)
7-8:00pm with Anand (Jaclyn)
Sundays 10-11 am with Christine Rogers (Sant Amara)


Mondays at 10:30 with Gabriel Fleetwood

Wednesdays at 10:30 am with Jaclyn Kohler 

Fridays at 10:30 am with Christine Moses


Thursdays 7pm with Carla Notarianni




Mondays at 7pm with Katie Carter


Fridays at 9 am with Annie Sicard


Wednesdays at 7pm with Leslie Smith 
Saturdays at 12 pm with Kelsey Esther


Sundays at 6 pm with Chase Eckley