Since 2018

Balanced Tree Yoga Studio

Community.  Compassion.  Wellness.

Welcome to Balanced Tree!  

A yoga studio with a big heart located in Richwood, Ohio. 

 From beginners to experienced levels, we have something that will support everyone: 

*Virtual Yoga Studio*

*Goat & Alpaca Yoga*

*Corporate Wellness*

*Scholarship Program*

*Community Outreach*

*Donation Based Classes*

*200hr Yoga Teacher Training* 

*Weekday and Weekend Classes*

*An Upstairs and a Downstairs Studio*

*A Variety of Yoga Workshops and Events*

*Wellness Mentoring with a Registered Nurse*

*Specializing in Personal Attention with Private Yoga Classes* 

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 inclusive for all.

Please, wear masks inside the Upstairs and Downstairs Studios until you are on your mat.
"Mask until Mat"
Stay well and stay home if you are not.
We will continue to keep everything clean and wiped down.
Along with keeping everyone relaxed.

New Class For March!!!

Join Amber for Friday HAPPY HOUR YinYasa

YinYasa fuses the Yin style of long-held poses, with a more dynamic Yang style of Vinyasa/flow practice.  We will begin with 30 minutes of Yin yoga to settle the mind deeply stretch our connective tissue.  Followed by an all-levels flow to engage our muscles, unite breath with movement, and invigorate mind & body as we celebrate heading into the weekend.

YinYasa with Amber

Starting March 5th

Friday's 5:30pm

March In Person Schedule

(Class description and easy pay links on "schedule"page.)


Basic with Heather 10AM 

Mixed Level with Kelsie 5:30PM


Mixed Level with Cory 7PM


45min Power with Cory 6:30PM


YoLift with Melanie 6PM


Gentle with Sarah 10AM


YinYasa with Amber 5:30PM

Kangaroo Pocket Sweatshirt



Next Level Unisex (runs big) Black Kangaroo Pocket Sweatshirt


Next Level Tri-Blend Black T-shirt


**Send a message to let us know what size you will need**

Order links above, pick them up at the studio, or have them shipped!

(Shipping Links Below)

Kangaroo Pocket Sweatshirt Shipped

T-Shirt Shipped

Virtual Studio

Balanced Tree Virtual Yoga Studio


*One Time Fee*

*With NO expiration date at this time*

Unlimited access to all recorded classes, helping us all get through the winter.

After purchasing a Virtual Pass, head over to our Balanced Tree Facebook Page.  

There you will request to join our Virtual Studio Group.  

"Pay what you can" and scholarship options are available.  

Let us know what we can do to help.

Meet Your Teachers with Scheduled Studio Classes

(Left to Right)

Melanie, Amber, Bobbi, Sarah, Heather, Cory, and Kelsie

Events and Workshops

Feeling Again

Feeling Again

Emotional Recovery Series

Thursday's in March


(March 4, 11, 18, and 25th)

$50 for all Four Thursdays

All Ages Welcome

When was the last time someone asked, "HOW ARE YOU FEELING?"

And you answered honestly?  

When was the last time you actually stopped to noticed how you are actually feeling,

and listened to your body, without feeling the need to numb away the feelings you don't want.  

It's time to feel again.  

This month long, weekly series with Sarah (view bio under teacher page) 

will help us reconnect from a somatic perspective.  

Along the way learning healthy coping skills to support our anxiety, sadness, anger, and even stress, 

not numbing those feelings way.

Each evening of the series will end with 20-25 minutes of  Somatic Embodied Yoga

(Snacks, drinks, journals, and mechanical pencils will be provided.)

Spring Equinox

108 Sun Salutations

Celebrating Spring

Saturday, March 20th


$15 per person

Option to join us in person or from home via FB LIVE.

*registration link above*

Traditionally, in yoga, 108 Sun Salutations are done at the change of seasons.

(Spring and Fall Equinox/Summer and Winter Solstice)

This challenging, yet rewarding practice, can be done any time you need to reconnect your body and mind, or to usher in a new day! 

Sun salutations warm the body and activate Prana (breath) which help to move energy that may no longer be serving us.

Why 108?

The number 108 is sacred and significant in many ways and appears in many disciplines across the globe.

In yogic sacred text, there are 108 Upanishads and 108 Tantras.

In Ayurveda, there are 108 points on the body.

In astronomy, the distance between the Sun and Earth is 108 times the Sun’s diameter.

Mala bead necklaces have 108 beads.

In Numerology, 108 = 9 and that represents universal love, eternity and awakening.

Join Cory, Kelsie, and Amber as we guide you in this practice to celebrate the start of Spring! 

Gather in person, or in the comfort of your own home, as we perform this (all-levels) practice in 9 sets of 12 salutations. 

Don’t worry, we’ll do the counting!

Please plan on a minimum of 2 hours for the full practice.  

You may do as many or as few as you are comfortable doing and rest as often as you need...this is YOUR practice.  

Regardless of how you flow, this celebration of Spring should spark renewal and new beginnings.

In-person class will be limited however virtual access will also be offered via a private Facebook group page

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 accessible to us all.  

We are changing this by proving scholarships created 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?

Would 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