Mobile OM Yoga & Wellness Hits the Road

Shannon Somogyi, C-IAYT, recently launched Mobile OM Yoga & Wellness, a mobile yoga business that teaches small group yoga and wellness classes, offers professional development and kids’ yoga and participates in events and festivals along the East Coast. “Mobile OM offers a unique experience for all levels of yoga practitioners. Whether you’re looking for a personalized, therapeutic yoga session or simply want to squeeze in a class before, during or after work,” says Somogyi.

      She offers classes at preschools, daycares and private and public schools to teach the young about yoga, wellness and self-awareness. Mobile OM also travels to senior centers for chair yoga, created for those with mobility issues that cannot practice yoga on the floor.

      One goal of her mobile studio, a refurbished 1990 34-foot Fleetwood Pace Arrow affectionately named “Jolene”, is to make yoga more accessible for everyone. The canopy outside is used for selling locally sourced wellness products at events. The changing inventory often includes items from Beez Nuts Balms, Burn Down for What, House of Lukaya, Bee Natural Bees Wrap and others.

      Somogyi is certified by the International Association of Yoga Therapy and holds ERYT-500 and RCYT designations with Yoga Alliance.

For more information, email Shannon at


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