We miss you so much, Om Factorians! 

Join us for a virtual workshop — we can't wait to see your faces on Zoom.


Sunday, February 14 @ 1 - 3pm

with Bassam Kubba & Mary Aranas

*Link will be provided with registration.


Cost Per Couple: 

$50 by 2/1;  $60 after 2/1

*Each couple should register

under ONE person's name.


Virtual Couples Workshop

Not sure how to spend your Valentine's Day this year?

Want to enjoy a deeper sense of intimacy & appreciation for one another?


Spend some precious time with your partner, friend, or family member applying the healing blend of yoga stretches and loving touch that is Thai yoga. Enjoy a special reminder to make time for touch in your relationship — a gift the two of you can share throughout your lives. In this 2-hour workshop you will learn to give and receive Thai bodywork and a guided bodywork sequence. Renew your connection, tenderness and playfulness: guaranteed the best date you can have.


We will finish with your choice of refreshments to further sweeten the mood, as your imagination and creativity invite!


SESSION SET-UP: Traditionally, Thai massage takes place on a wooden floor, however we invite you to set your space with pillows, cushy mats, blankets, or a firm mattress to add extra comfort and tenderness. Feel free to set the atmosphere how you desire. We recommend using either bluetooth speakers or wireless earphones to listen to instructions, and suggest light music to help you and your partner relax.


NOTES:  Any participants who are working with specific injuries,

please email us in advance at:


PRE-REQUISITES:  All are welcome!! 




Bassam Kubba is a 200-hr Vinyasa yoga instructor, Level 1 AcroYoga instructor, and Thai Massage practitioner. He has studied under world-renowned teachers and has been on both sides of the practice giving and receiving.


Mary Aranas is a YACEP Educator, Certified Yoga Therapist, Reiki Master, and AcroYoga Immersion Teacher. Mary has led Restorative & Yoga Nidra Teacher Trainings since 2010. Mary has practiced yoga since 1996 and has been a full-time Yoga teacher since 2002, via classes, workshops, festivals, retreats, immersions and trainings. In fun and in life, Mary is a wife, mother, reader, adventurer, and interfaith minister.

”Perhaps my favorite class was with Faramarz, founder of Om Factory. Funny enough, I was there on my birthday and he's a hoot. He challenges his students while being encouraging.”

Alvin Y., Seattle, WA