Omaha Healing Arts Center (OM Center) is a remarkable and dynamic space for education, holistic healing, performing arts and community. Experience and learn about alternative medicine, acupuncture, massage, meditation, yoga, Tai Chi, bodywork, Craniosacral therapy, Shiatsu, color therapy, aromatherapy, Reiki, astrology, herbal therapy, Ayurveda and Chinese medicine, hypnosis and counseling, workshops, seminars and holistic clinic.

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

October | November | December 2019

OM Calendar

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1216 Howard Street • Old Market • 402.345.5078 
Weekly and Special Events
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• Weekly Classes • 
Yoga • Tai Chi • Meditation • QiGong 

Every Tuesday • On-Going • 6-7:30pm 
$14 drop in (10 classes pd in adv $12/class = $120)
On-Going Drop-In Classes or pay in adv. • All Levels 
Eclectic Hatha: meditation, relaxation, postures! 
Instructor: Jennifer Pierce

Every Thursday • On-Going thru December • 6-7:00pm
$10 drop in  / first class is free!
All levels | eclectic Hatha: meditation, relaxation, postures! 
Instructor: Julia Beutler


Stay tuned for new dates coming soon!  
Wednesdays, 5:45pm-7pm
6-week session / $100
Instructor:  Master Frank Fong 
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Month At a Glance
October-December 2019

3      Discover Ortho-Bionomy | 6:30-9:00 pm | $20 adv, $25 day of | See below for more details
25    POSTPONED  Brian Assam returns... stay tuned for details!
26    Poet Alysia Harris | 7 pm | $7 suggested donation at door | See below for details! 
27    Fall Fest in the Old Market!  Details here , more coming soon!

2      Hope Gathering | 1:30-3:00 pm | $20 adv, $25 day of | See below for more details
16    NEW!  Spiritual Talk with Swami Shantamrita | 2pm-4pm |  Donations accepted | See below!
19    NEW!  Presidential Candidate Marianne Williamson comes to OM! | 10:30 am - Noon | Details below
21    NEW!  Three-Time World Champion Poet Buddy Wakefield | 8-10pm | $10 | More details coming soon
23    NEW!  Gerald Trimble and Jambaroque Return at 7 pm ... More details coming soon!

6-7   NEW!  8th Annual OM Holiday Art Bazaar | See below for more details!

OM Event Details


An Amazing Technique for Natural Self-Care

Thursday, October 3, 2019 | 6:00-9:30 pm | $20 adv / $25 day of


An invitation to explore the work of Ortho-Bionomy that is open to everyone. Marla Moore will give a brief talk about the principles, philosophy, and history of Ortho-Bionomy, with a demonstration. The majority of the time in this event will be spent teaching attendees Ortho-Bionomy Self-Care, which focuses on how to release tension in one's own body. This is an effective skill for massage therapists, as well as their clients, to learn.

**This class will not work for CE units for massage therapy license renewal, but it is a fun demonstration and introduction to the work!

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A Night of Unforgettable Poetry

Saturday, October 26, 2019 | 7 pm | $7 suggested donation at door

Internationally touring performance poet, writer + scholar, Alysia Harris, brings her fierce talents to Nebraska for a night of unforgettable poetry!

Alysia writes, "My poems come from a love for the world and from a desire to see it transformed. I want to talk to you about pain. I want to talk to you about beauty. I want to talk to you about guilt, faith, failure. I want to talk to you about joy with the wish that we may experience a little more of it here."

$7 suggested donation at the door.

To read more about Alysia + her work, visit her website:

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Hope is the Substance of our Highest Vision

Saturday, November 2, 2019 | 1:30 - 3:00 pm | $20 adv/$25 at door


Author and intuitive LeeAnn Taylor brings healing messages through the veil in this engaging and inspired group reading. Dynamically responsive to each individual, her live messages provide astonishing insights and ignite her audiences to powerful levels of hope.

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Talk | Music | Meditation

Saturday, November 16, 2019 | 2pm-4pm | Free program; donations accepted

"Love can help us overcome all physical, emotional and intellectual tension and thereby bring peace and happiness.“ ~Amma

Born and raised in the USA, Shantamrita Chaitanya met Amma in 1990. He became a Brahmachari (monk) in her Indian monastery 26 years ago and has been engaged in Amma‘s social, educational, and spiritual activities around the world ever since. 

He was based in Tokyo for 10 years, as Director of M.A. Center Japan, after which Amma has sent him to Chicago last year.

Now the Director of Amma -Mata Amritanandamayi Center in Chicago, he conducts regular spiritual and social service programs there, also traveling around the Mid-west to inspire spiritual seekers with his heartfelt talks.

Questions call: (402) 657 8872 or for more info

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Brings Her Message to Omaha
November 19 | 10:30am - Noon | Free and open to all

Marianne Williamson is an author, activist, non-denominational faith leader and Democratic candidate for President. 

For 35 years, Williamson has been a leading progressive voice on spirituality and its intersection with politics.  She is the author of 14 books (4 #1 NYT best-sellers) including Healing the Soul of America and her most recent, A Politics of Love: Handbook for a New American Revolution.

Williamson is the founder of several non-profit organizations including The Peace Alliance and Project Angel Food, a non-profit that has delivered more than 12 million meals to ill and dying home-bound patients since 1989.

Her signature policy issues include establishing a U.S. Department of Children & Youth and a U.S Department of Peace. Williamson seeks to educate, inspire and organize citizens to reclaim their power as the true governing force in our democracy.


An Evening of Rare and Diverse Musicke from the Crossroads of the World
November 23 | 7 pm - 9 pm | $12 in advance; $15 day of

A national treasure in our eyes, Gerald plays his 300 year old viola da gamba and more ancient instruments along with his band, blending contemporary techniques with traditional and middle-eastern styles.

Performing on original 17th- and 18th-century violas da gamba, Trimble creates a new style which spans a musical continuum of centuries and melds contemporary techniques with arcane, alchemical traditions in sound -- connecting cultures through the ages as he travels. 

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Free Admission and Gawking!
Friday, December 6th, 6-9pm | Saturday, December 7th, 11am-5pm

Local artists and global beauty! 

Meet the artists, shop, and gawk! Bring friends, family, or happy strangers!

Local guest artists:
Roxanne Wach
Clay Cunningham
Gerard Pefung
Sara McNeilly Ammon
John Prouty
Christine Reily
Sheri Noordham
Aubrey Nye
Susan McGilvrery
Mari Dailey
And more surprises!