Our signature therapeutic prenatal classes use yoga postures, props, breath, movement, and mindfulness to encourage a healthy pregnancy and positive birth experience. Each class is dynamic, challenging, and safe for all levels, including beginners.
To protect our community during the COVID-19 pandemic, we have moved online and outdoors! Stay safe and take OM 1 to 1 Private sessions and OM-Demand Pre-recorded classes with your favorite instructors. Click here to begin our FREE TRIAL and become a member.
BOOK OM 1 to 1 Private Session
Private 1:1 OM Prenatal or Postnatal Class at an outdoor park. Covid Restrictions got your routine all scrambled?
Join one of our OM teachers at the park (for Los Angeles area only) Your session includes:
- IN-person private prenatal / postnatal yoga in local park (teacher and student must agree to wear mask per state mandate)
-please bring your own mat and optional props
*class is non-refundable. 24 hour cancellation notice.
*Sliding Scale Pricing
OM 1:1 Session
(Expires 4 months from purchase.)
(Expires 4 months from purchase.)
(Expires 4 months from purchase.)
Sliding Scale Payment Below
Outdoor Private Class @ Westwood Park
“This is a review for Keya’s prenatal yoga class and Keya’s Partners At Om PLAYSHOP. I started going to Keya’s prenatal yoga class from the 1st trimester onwards. I was specifically looking to do prenatal yoga and after looking at Yelp reviews I signed up for the prenatal yoga with Keya once a week. I think that was one of the best decisions I made during the entire course of my pregnancy. The prenatal yoga classes were just what you want for your pregnancy. The pace and poses will not tire you out and yet at the end of the class you feel your body has had a good work out. I remember most of us in the class kept continuing up until the final trimester. There were those who were there in the 38th and 39th week. There is a positive vibe in the class and you feel especially connected to your baby and with all the other expecting moms and their babies. I have also been able to connect with other moms in the class (even after my delivery) and this would have otherwise been difficult for me as I work from home. My husband and I went to Keya’s Partners At Om PLAYSHOP and it was a rewarding experience. I would definitely recommend all expecting moms to sign up for this. We decided on not having a doula for the birth of our child. We had decided on delivering our baby at the hospital with the help of a OB-GYN and for us, Keya’s workshop and inputs were invaluable. The playshop is designed to help pregnant moms and their partners on preparing oneself for birth and delivery, learning exercises during contractions and different breath techniques during delivery. The icing on the cake is a very informative Q&A session. Keya comes with tons of experience in this field and she definitely knows the system well (Hospitals – Pros and Cons, Induction procedures that hospitals will generally recommend pros and cons for them, Self Advocacy, etc). This information is extremely useful if you would like to do your own research and advocate for yourself once you are in the hospital. In our case too, we weren’t happy about our obstetrician, so she helped us find another one in a different hospital and we were happy with the new obstetrician. I was induced for labor and from being 0 cm dilated and 0% effaced, I went into 10 cm dilation and 100% effaced in 8 hours with just Cervidil. The hospital staff believed I was only in early labor (when in reality I was in active labor) and was strongly recommending Morphine to help me with pain management. Apparently Morphine is a respiratory inhibitor and you don’t want that in the baby when he/she comes out so it’s usually given during early labor as it has a short shelf life. We really did not want the morphine because of its effect on the baby. They pushed it really hard, but I was insistent on not taking it in spite of the excruciating pain. Also, while I was going through the crazy pain in the hospital, the only thing that kept me going forward was the breathing exercises and the hip squeeze (that we learned from Keya’s workshop) that my husband would do for me for every contraction which was for the whole 8 hours of my labor. I managed the pain one contraction at a time and thanks to that I was able to say NO to morphine and eventually could manage the labor without the epidural (though I really wanted it)! Thank you Keya from me, my husband and our little one for all the help you have given us. This is my first ever Yelp review but totally worth it for anyone who would need Keya’s help just like I did! Absolutely recommend!”
“Keya is a great doula! Thorough, patient and a good balance between professional and warm, empowering and advisory. She explained things in a rational way and always showed up just a minute or two early. She was a skilled advocate for me at the hospital. She was kind, composed and assertive when making requests and communicating my needs. I appreciated that I could also go to her yoga classes and have a more holistic relationship. After the birth, she visited me bearing lactation cookies and juice. She visited again a couple of weeks later to teach me and my husband infant massage. It was generous and we are grateful to have met her.”
“Really great experience! The couples yoga was a treat and not something we have ever done before. To be honest, my husband thought it was going to be super long and boring, but he ended up enjoying it a lot. We plan to use the Lunging (together), rebozo scarf, hip squeeze, tailbone push, ball rolling, and heating pad for our labors. We had a small flood in our house before the workshop, so we came into the class frazzled, but were pretty happy and connected by the end of it. Everything that was presented was really valuable!”
“I rarely do yelp reviews, but when the services provided are beyond exceptional, I feel compelled. Keya provided an immeasurable support by being my doula! Without Keya, I would not have had the natural birth that I dreamed of. I will always be grateful for the knowledge, emotional support, massages, aromatherapy, and positive energy that Keya provided.”
“I first had the pleasure of meeting Keya in a prenatal yoga class at YogaWorks. I’d previously been to another similar class at another location and was disappointed. There was just a bit too much feeling your inner child, lets prance around to mantras for my liking. Keya’s class was the complete opposite, and nothing over the top. She’s super grounded, personable and the class focused on breathing, positions to help an achey mom and great music. In fact, I liked her so much we took a pregnancy workshop with her (which we LOVED). So for those who are hippie-(ish), like our family, but don’t want to sit in too much oming and incense. She is the perfect go to! Highly recommended!“
“Do you need a doula? Yes, yes, and yes! Especially if you don’t have another woman supporting you in the birthing room. Your husband can only support you so much when they don’t really know what you’re going through. Is it worth the money? Absolutely, especially if you can’t afford a midwife and have to go with whatever your insurance covers. Having a doula gives you the support you need in a medicalized birth setting. Do you need Keya as your doula? A thousand times yes!!!! Why? She is extremely professional. She will support you in ways you didn’t know you needed without you having to ask. This was my second childbirth and I still hired Keya because I really wanted an unmedicated birth and I knew I needed female support to get there. Unfortunately, things didn’t go my way and after a very long labor I ended up with an emergency c-section. The experience would have been much more stressful and scary without Keya there to support me. She helped me process my feelings about the loss of my ideal birth plan. I also had many stressful things happening in my life during my pregnancy and she kept me focused and grounded so I could stay calm for my baby’s health. My only complaint about Keya is that I loved her too much! Lol after our last visit it was like I lost a friend. I honestly wish she did even more postpartum support because she becomes part of your life and you will miss talking to her.”
“Keya was essential support for me during my pregnancy. I discovered her by chance when she was teaching pre-natal yoga in Culver City, simply because it was close to my house. I followed her to various studios, where her classes gave me the empowerment I needed at the end of my pregnancy. I wound up getting a lactation consultant through my insurance which made sense for me financially, but I always had in the back of my head that a postpartum lactation consultation session with Keya was something I would invest in should the need arise. She is a wonderful and nurturing resource to incorporate into your pregnancy any way you can.”
“Keya was beyond helpful and supportive. She continually spent extra time with us in order to address all of our areas of concern with such care and kindness. Due to her calming presence, I went into my birth with much more confidence and security. She allowed me to envision the kind of birth I hoped to have, while also adopting a flexible attitude. Once the time of my birth arrived I was both calm and excited about the arrival of our baby. (It is important to note that a few months prior I was completely terrified of birth as I contemplated an elective c-section to avoid labor anxiety. There is absolutely no way I could have conquered this fear without Keya. Once she arrived at my labor she provided exactly the motivation I needed in order to push myself through the increasing discomfort and exhaustion. Her balance between gentle nurturing and persistent encouragement allowed me to make it further into my labor without medical intervention than I would on my own. Furthermore, she supported my partnership with my husband as we became closer through my labor. We are both so grateful for her presence at our birth and we are planning to use her for our second birth this February. Finally, Keya is an incredible prenatal yoga teacher and I attribute her very effective kegal regimen to my very short push time. Thank you, Keya!”
Somewhere along the way you develop the grit and where-with-all strength to do what needs to be done.
Subscribe To Our Newsletter
Sharing Stories to Build community and connection off the mat.