Yoga has been a vehicle for connection to myself and others.
I hope to share it with as many
people as I can.
Gail Grossman founded Om Sweet Om Yoga in Port Washington in 2004. In 2018 she was fortunate to have found new caretakers for the community, and Gail remains a teacher and trainer there. Gail has been sharing the gift of yoga since 2000. Her students describe her as a very nurturing teacher who can quietly touch every muscle in their physical and emotional body, which leaves them feeling relaxed, grounded and happy.
Gail’s book Restorative Yoga for Life has been very well
received, ranking in the top 1% of Amazon.com book sales.
Her audience extends far beyond the established yoga community, reaching many who have
never had a yoga practice.
Gail’s offerings include trainings, workshops and retreats for all levels of fitness. She works one-on-one in a private setting and teaches group classes as well. She has presented at Yoga Journal Conference, Ahimsa Yoga Festival and also has taught at many corporations for small and large events. Sharing her knowledge of yoga’s life-changing potential truly feeds her soul. She is grateful to all the students she has met on this journey and is equally grateful for all the teachers present and past who have helped to shape her into the teacher she has become.
Ultimately, Gail’s work is informed by her intuitive inner voice, which has guided her at every step on her path.