O.A.M stands for Over Active Mind

The purpose of O.A.M. Meditation is to transmit simple practices to shift peoples over-active mind to work for them rather than against them.

Kriya Yoga is a simple 15 minute sitting posture that works on rejuvenating and invigorating the entire human system.

Experience the original Yoga as it was over 15,000 years ago. Kriya Yoga is a simple yet powerful practice that activates the central nervous system by using a basic sitting posture and breathing pattern. This activation re-oxygenates the blood flow to the spine and brain working across the entire human system. With regular practice of Kriya the entire human system gains energy efficiency thereby reducing the amount of sleep needed, increasing mental focus, and reducing anxiety and depression. This Kriya works in such a way that concentration is not needed as the posture does the work for you. Kriya is easy to learn and is for everyone ages 12 and up.

About Chase Gielda

Chase Storm Gielda is a young entrepreneur and meditation enthusiast with over 500 hours of meditation practice. Always joyful, Chase enjoys any opportunity to lift others up. With his true passion lying in education, teaching is something that comes naturally to him. When in a class, his students quickly see that he does not rely on any faith or tradition, rather there is a clear-cut understanding that truth is something that comes only when all belief systems are set aside and a longing to know is the only thing that remains. It is from this wisdom that all of the curriculum is created. If you are in his class, you are either asking questions or having fun with the practices - there are never any expectations to "do it correctly" because there is no such thing.

In addition to being an entrepreneur, Chase is married and has a three-year old daughter. When he is not creating content for his students, he is found playing with his daughter at Indian Steel Park or practicing Kriya Yoga as a means of breaking barriers within himself. Often he can be found reading, building playlists of music, or writing in his journal.


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