Welcome to Omaha Integrative Care

At Omaha Integrative Care, we offer counseling or coaching, yoga, massage, nutritional services, acupuncture, and meditation or mind / body medicine classes.

One of the things that sets Omaha Integrative Care apart is that we're the only location in the region that has all of those services under one roof.

One of the things we hear often from our clients is that when People come in, they feel like they're coming into a Sanctuary.

We're very picky about, not only who works here, but what we offer. All of the products we offer, right now, are through Pulling Down the Moon, and their products are triple-tested and the highest quality.

We really just want to help you to enjoy life to the fullest.

What is integrative care?

Integrative care combines traditional western medicine with complementary therapies such as yoga, nutrition, acupuncture, massage and counseling. A defining component to integrative care is that the complementary treatments are research-based and not meant to take the place of traditional medicine, but to support the whole person during treatment. Most importantly, integrative care is about treating the whole person and looking at all aspects of life – physical, emotional and spiritual.

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"When people come in, they feel like they're coming into a sanctuary."


Julie tells her story about OIC


"There needs to be something for people going through this."


NEWS AND UPDATES

February Essential Yoga: CONNECTION

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Make Valentine’s Day especially memorable this year by participating in this month’s Essential Yoga Program! The CONNECTION session takes place on Valentine’s Day–Sunday, February 14–from 1:00 to 2:45 p.m. and includes dōTERRA essential oils. The yoga and essential oils are harmonious, with a specific focus on opening the heart and quieting the mind for a deeper connection.

Wouldn’t you like to know which essential oil reconnects you to the pure and simple ways of the heart? Which one fosters love and trust? Which one connects you to your inner wisdom? As you experience them, you’ll learn about these and other specific properties of ylang ylangfrankincensewild orange and geranium as well as the dōTERRA blends AromaTouch™ and Balance™.

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, so you’ll want to register for the session soon through this link. Just click on the ‘Workshops & Sessions’ tab and look for Connection- February with Stevie Swails. 

Mindful Moment: Cooking

chopping vegetablesWhether you are cooking Monday night dinner or preparing your lunch for the next day, practicing mindfulness brings  joy to the task of  preparing food.  Most of us tend to cook and prepare meals while doing multiple other things like listening to the news, talking with others or day dreaming about the past or future.  It’s a wonder there aren’t more injuries involving chopping vegetables knowing that we are typically not paying attention to the sharp knife in our hands!  Being mindful to preparing food is not only safe, but also connects us back to one of our basis needs – to nourish our bodies.

This week, experiment with cooking and preparing food mindfully.  Notice the scents and sensations of the food you are working with.  Bring love and intention to those you are preparing a meal for – including yourself.  When you are stirring or chopping, bring your attention to those motions.  Remember that being mindful is simply doing one thing at a time without judgment.  So, when you are in the middle of chopping onions and find yourself thinking about what tomorrow will be like, bring your attention back to the simple, yet very important task of chopping onions!


Mindful moments are short practices to be used throughout your week to relax, integrate and center yourself.  Inspired by the wisdom traditions and science, mindful moments are meant to be accessible and simple enough for anyone to practice.  Many teachers and leaders in integrative medicine have influenced our approach to mindful moments. Jon Kabat-Zinn defines mindfulness as “paying attention in a particular way; on purpose, in the present moment, and nonjudgmentally.”  Pema Chodron would say it is “practicing in the gaps.”  Look for the weekly mindful moment every Monday.  May it support you in finding your center to live life to the fullest.

Join us for Sitting Meditation on Tuesdays at 5 PM.