At Heart & Sole Yoga we believe that everybody regardless of age, gender, fitness level, or physical condition can participate in movement and benefit from developing a yoga or Nia practice.  We invite you to breathe deeply, strengthen muscles, learn focus, relieve stress, practice balance, and move gently to your ability. We will help you find a class that meets your needs, so you can fully experience the numerous health benefits of both Yoga and Nia. 

Sunday April 23 will be our last Sunday Restorative Yoga Class until September.  Restorative Yoga will be offered on Wednesdays at 6:00 pm beginning May 24th.

Spring session begins April 24.  Thursday evening, Friday and Sunday classes are CANCELLED for the Spring/Summer. Drop-ins and new students are welcome to come try a class.

Thank you for your generosity!  The YOGA GIVES Celebration of the Spring Equinox donated $210.00 to Planned Parenthood of Mecosta County.  

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Spring/Early Summer offerings will include:

Are you ready to enjoy working out?  The Nia Technique is holistic fitness on the dance floor.  A fusion of dance, martial arts and healing, Nia is designed to move your body your bodies way.  No dance experience is necessary.  We dance to give our bodies, minds and spirits - flexibility, agility, mobility, strength and stability. We dance for FUN! Join us Monday at 5:30 PM or Wednesday at noon.

The Monday 4:00 PM Chair Nia/Yoga class incorporates gentle yoga and Nia for strength, agility and balance.  Come explore a new way to move using the chair and Nia's joyful movement.

Basic Yoga classes are offered Monday and Wednesday mornings from 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM and Tuesday evenings from 5:30 PM -7:00 PM. These classes are designed for beginners to explore the fundamentals of yoga while allowing those with a practice to explore the poses more deeply. 

Our Restorative Yoga  class moves to Wednesday evenings for the spring and summer beginning May 24th.  Join us from 6:00 - 7:30 pm for a blend of yin and restorative yoga along with guided meditation.   Restorative Yoga is a  lovely way to take time out and be gentle with yourself and your body.

Please see the class schedule and descriptions for other classes and more information. Class size is limited and spaces are reserved for those who have paid for a full session.  However, you may drop-in for $10 to any class if there is room available.

We welcome you to join a class or drop-in today. First class is free of charge for local residents.  PLEASE be aware that if Ferris State University closes due to dangerous weather conditions Heart and Sole Yoga will close.  

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212 Maple Street
Big Rapids, Michigan
(231) 592-5289
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