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 While regularly scheduled classes are always open to walk-ins and most pop up classes have unlimited space, some do not. If an event says that you must preregister for the event, please do so. Space may be limited or instructors may require prepayment. If you do not preregister, you may be turned away at the time of the event. We thank you for your understanding. 

Core Balance with Jenny Dayton


Wednesday September 4 & October 2, 5:30-6:15pm

Jenny Dayton is here and ready to rock your abs!! This abdominal focused class gives you a deeper sense of strength and stability.  We will practice a series of core postures and breathing techniques that are challenging and energizing, while modifications are always offered for the beginner.  A stronger core takes pressure off the lower back and improves our posture and overall balance.  We will also explore how to balance and activate samana vayu, our energy body located at navel center, which oversees the digestion of everything from food to thoughts. All levels welcome.

 Price - Cash Donation

Walking Meditation and yoga

Guided meditation with Leann Beatty

HIIT with Tara Spaw Fronczek


Wednesday September 11, 18, 25 & October 9, 16, 23, 30 5:30-6:30pm


Join Tara Spaw Fronczek for her unique and thoughtfully crafted HIIT class. 

HIIT is a training technique in which you give all-out, one hundred percent effort through quick bursts of low impact exercise, followed by short recovery periods. Pilates, ballet and barre inspired moves are incorporated to keep your heart rate up, therefor burning more fat in less time, while strengthening and lengthening muscles. This all over toning class is perfect for beginners looking to kickstart a healthier routine and fitness enthusiasts alike.   

Tara Spaw Fronczek holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Dance with a Jazz concentration from Point Park University, and an Associate in Applied Science in Physical Therapist Assistant from California University of Pennsylvania. 

Tara spent several years as a professional dancer performing at Busch Gardens Williamsburg, Holland America Cruise Lines, and Stiletto Entertainment.  For five years, Tara was the owner of Katy Lyon Dance Center, and now continues to teach at Lanzi Academy of Dance. She currently works full time as a Physical Therapist Assistant for Physical Therapy at the Orthopedic Group. 

In addition to her dance and P.T. education, Tara is a certified Pilates instructor in mat and Reformer, trained in manual myofascial release techniques, and holds a specialty certification in orthopedics PTA from Nxt Gen Institute of PT. 

Tara is thrilled to be a part of the OMBody family and is looking forward to connecting with all the great clients in our area. 

Price - Cash Donation

Gentle Flow with Amy Rhodes

Yinzer Yoga with Laura Scoville for Joint Mobility

Yin Yoga for the Fall Equinox with Jenny Dayton

Soundbath Meditation

Acupuncture & Yin Yoga



 Pre-registration required/must sign up by 12 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 24
Cost: $30 per person

Join Melissa Murtha, LAc, MSTOM, and Brynn Cunningham, RYT-200, for the third annual acupuncture and yoga event to usher in the autumn season. Brynn will guide students through yin yoga poses targeting the joints and connective tissue of the hips, pelvis and low back on the physical level and the Lung and Large Intestine meridians on the energetic level. While students are holding the still, grounding Yin postures for two to 10 minutes, Melissa will insert acupuncture beads or seeds into the ears with the intention of clearing the pathways of the late summer organ meridians, the Spleen/Pancreas and Stomach, while strengthening the autumn organ meridians of the Lung and Large Intestine. According to Chinese Medicine, autumn is the time of Metal, associated with air and the lungs. Likewise, the YinYoga Meridian Theory states that when we practice certain poses we facilitate healing and balance energy through the compression and stretching of meridians with deep, diaphragmatic breathing. Melissa and Brynn will lead students in meditation as they recline in complete surrender and attune themselves with the transition of the seasons. Class will end with an extended supported Svasana and Yoga Nidra. Please wear loose fitting clothing shorts for proper placement of needles.

About Melissa: Melissa Murtha, LAc., is a Uniontown native who had always been interested in the self-healing power of the human body.  She developed her desire to be an acupuncturist as early as her sophomore year of high school.  After earning a BA in psychology from LaSalle University, she and her husband moved to Chicago so she could attend the renowned Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, where she received her Master's of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine.  Upon passing her National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine board exams, she moved back to her hometown, where she has had a practice since then with Braun Chiropractic PC.  Two years ago, she expanded her practice, forming Red Lily Acupuncture LLC and opened a second location in Greensburg, PA.  She and her husband have three amazing daughters. 

Clasic YOMA with two massage therapists

Fight: An Art Collective


Saturday, September 28, 6:00-9:00PM

 Please join us as we host a collection of multi media artist to display what fight means to them. 

Yoga for the Yough

Warm Vinyasa Flow with Jenny Dayton

Real World Defensive Tactics

Yoga for Healing After Loss

OmBody Kids Celebration

Open Gallery/ Open Mic

Warm Vinyasa Flow + Namastay for Brunch

Didgeridoo Heart Chakra Meditation with Joseph Carringer