mobile om is a nomadic yoga community

What makes Mobile Om stand apart from the typical studio yoga experience is our sense of community.  Exploring spaces outside of the traditional studio setting, our unconventional yoga classes and events are designed to get you out of your comfort zone to connect with yourself and others. We love making new friends and hope you can join us for a class! 

mobile om Thinks Outside the Studio

We believe that the most powerful place to practice yoga isn't in a tranquil studio or sacred ashram, instead yoga is a space we create within. By taking yoga out of the traditional studio setting, we create unique and accessible opportunities for our students to breathe, move and connect. From bridges to breweries, rooftops to coffee shops, our class locations are carefully curated to showcase some of downtown San Antonio's unique local spaces.  

Mobile Om was Started by This Girl

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The idea for Mobile Om was sparked shortly after founder Cassandra Fauss moved to San Antonio. As a recent transplant, Cassandra was craving connection and community as both a yoga teacher and student. She wanted to find a way to use yoga as an avenue to be of service to her community and create authentic connection. She knew if she wanted to shake things up, she had to think outside the box and that’s just what she did. Inspired by her own fascination with the burgeoning food truck scene, the idea for a mobile yoga studio was born. In May of 2013, Cassandra hosted the very first Mobile Om class on the Hays Street Bridge. Since then, Mobile Om has grown as a mobile. yoga studio, transforming along with the San Antonio yoga community. Today, we are proud to boast some of downtown’s most scenic spots as class and event locations for our mobile yoga studio. 

A few words from our founder

Mobile Om owner and founder, Cassandra Fauss, was asked to share her story and the journey that led to the creation of Mobile Om at the PechaKucha Vol. 14 in San Antonio, TX. The story is told in 20 slides, each on screen for 20 seconds. Find out more about how we came to be by watching her presentation below.