Who we are
To us, the sound of Om puts us all on the same plane, the same starting line. It is a clearing of space, the sound of the creation of the universe, a sound that brings us all together. The word Tribe is for community, for friends turned into family. At Om Tribe Retreats, we believe that anyone, yogis and non-yogis alike, can come together and join our community of like minded individuals, one retreat at a time. By taking a step back from the daily grind, traveling to an exotic place, exploring the culture, and finding peace in your yoga practice, you'll find yourself taking a path back to yourself.
What we do
It's pretty simple for us - we want to have fun, travel, and do yoga. We create an atmosphere that is uplifting and exciting (or sometimes super relaxed.. when we just need to chill out!) and give our students the tools to deepen their yoga practice, both physically and mentally. We strongly believe that in order to reconnect more with ourselves and others, that we need to disconnect from electronics and social media. When we immerse ourselves into a different culture, we not only learn about that culture, but learn more about who we are as individuals.
Movement and dance have always been part of Randi's life.
She began dancing as a toddler and continued to dance, perform, and
choreograph through college and after. She moved to New York City to
continue her focus on dance and movement and found that yoga was not only something she loved to practice, but it also helped reduce foot
pain she had developed from years of dancing. This "aha" moment
inspired her to become a yoga teacher so she could help others cope
with physical injuries, mental and emotional struggles, or just find
clarity and groundedness after a hectic New York day. Randi teaches
various styles of yoga including vinyasa, hatha, Katonah, restorative,
and prenatal. She regularly teaches public classes, private clients
and on international yoga retreats. She completed her 200-hour yoga
teacher training and mentorship program in 2014 at Yoga Vida in
Manhattan, and 50 hours of training with Abbie Galvin and Alex Sharry
at Katonah Yoga in Manhattan.
Randi's teaching style largely focuses on helping students find proper
alignment before moving deeper into a posture or state of meditation.
Her sequences are challenging for students of all levels yet
attainable for new students, as she provides variations for many
postures. Randi is constantly inspired by the teachers and students
she encounters in the international yoga community.