Welcome to Balanced Tree!
A little yoga studio with a big heart located in Richwood, Ohio.
Our goal is simply to provide a relaxed, safe, inclusive environment that will encourage self-love and build confidence for individuals of all ages and capabilities.
Keeping yoga accessible for all.
From beginners to experienced levels, we have something that will support everyone:
*Scroll down to register for current workshops and special events.*
*Regular Weekly Classes*
*Goat & Alpaca Yoga*
*Corporate Wellness & Private Yoga Classes*
*An Upstairs AND a Downstairs Studio*
MARCH 2023 CLASS SCHEDULE
*Class descriptions & passes on schedule page * Register for workshops below*
Yoga Blend with Cory 10:30-11:30am
Little Sprouts with Cory 1-2p
Mixed Level with Cory 7-8pm
Candlelight Slow Flow with Cory 7-8p
Power with Sandee 6-6:45pm
Basic Yoga with Allison 7-7:45pm
Gentle Yoga with Heather 9-10am
Yoga for Gardeners with Denise 10-11a
Click BUY NOW link above to register for April ASL Class. $50.
Join Cory for this 4-week beginner-level yoga series!
Intro to Yoga
Tuesdays in April 6:30-7:30pm
(April 4, 11, 18, 25th)
$60 all 4 classes
$100 for TWO students all 4 classes
(includes journal, instruction & one free class pass)
Perfect for anyone just beginning their yoga practice
and those looking to explore the history and foundations of yoga, including:
* Basic terminology, styles & benefits
* Breath work (pranayama)
* Poses & alignment (asanas)
* Yoga props
Click BUY NOW link above to register for Intro to Yoga series. $60.
Click BUY NOW link above to register for TWO people Intro to Yoga series. $100.
Stitch & Bitch Beginner-Knitter Workshop
**Mondays April 10, 17, 24th from 6-7:30p**
$30 All 3 classes (bring your own needles & yarn)
$50 All 3 classes (supplies provided)
Register using link below.
Whether you are a beginner or need a refresher on knitting, this class is for you!
Beth Clark, from Naturally Squirrely has been knitting and practicing yoga for over 10 years. She finds knitting to be a form of meditation and would love to share her skills with you!
If you are going to bring your own needles & yarn, the following is suggested:
*Knitting needles: bamboo or wood size 7-10.5. Needles can be traditional or circular (connected by a plastic cord). Metal needles can also be used, but bamboo/wood prevents projects from sliding off as easily.
*Yarn: Medium(4) or bulky weight(5) yarn in any color you love! (Worsted, Aran, Afghan, Chunky, Craft, Rug).
Click BUY NOW link above to register for APRIL Stitch & Bitch. $30. Bring your own supplies.
Click BUY NOW link above to register for APRIL Stitch & Bitch. $50. Supplies provided.
Little Sprouts Yoga
Every Sunday 1-2p
Ages 5-11. $5 per kiddo. No registration required.
Parent/Guardian must sign waiver before each class.
Cory will lead your kiddos through yoga play, games and active rest
to help your littles feel confident, strong and most importantly, loved!
Click on Schedule/Class Pass tab to purchase passes or pay by cash/check at studio.
Karma Classes & Community Giving
*Give what you can. Take what you need.*
Karma Classes are donation only and for our community. It's our special way to give back, with accessible yoga classes for all.
Stay Tuned for Next Date!
January's Class benefitted the Richwood Emergency Assistance Program Food Bank.
Previous recipients of our community giving include:
Turning Point Domestic Violence Shelter; He Who Laughs: Championing Mental Wellness; Union County Walk a Mile in Her Shoes; Special Olympics; & Balanced Tree Yoga Scholarship Program.
Balanced Tree Yoga Scholarships
**Proudly providing scholarships to our community since opening our doors in 2018.**
We compassionately believe that yoga is for EVERYONE, unfortunately yoga is not always accessible to us all.
Finances should not be a barrier to yoga.
We are changing this by providing scholarships on a very personal level and supporting current needs.
If you or someone you know would benefit from yoga classes, an event we are offering, or even wellness mentoring please let us know.
Send us an email describing how we can help by telling us a little bit about you and answering a few questions.
How often could you come to class?
How would it make a difference to you and your wellness?
How would you contribute toward this journey?
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world;
indeed, it's the only thing that ever has. -Margaret Mead