Workshops and Events

Events and workshops are among our favorite things at Bodhi Tree Yoga & Wellness. If you've been wondering what Reiki is, or want to take a class to further your learning on Chakras, or just want to explore other ways toward wellness, then our workshops are for you! Check back often to see what new offering we have for you! To Sign up for events, you must sign up for a free account and use the student portal here, or call the studio at 616-392-7580, or sign up in person.

Yoga room rental is also available – please call for pricing.

Ongoing and Upcoming Events
Yoga at Home

ACUPUNCTURE


Friday, December 17
@
5:15pm

$20.00 per person


 

Space is limited
pre-registration required
Call the studio at 616-392-7580, email Melanie@mibodhitree.com 
or sign up next time you're in for class

 

 

Studio props are not available for use at this time

Please remember to bring any items with you for added comfort - blankets, pillows, yoga mat, bolsters

Future Events

Yoga Basics 1 For Beginners Series
 

 

NEW DATE TBD

6 weeks 
 

If you are brand new to yoga or want to reconnect with the basics, the Yoga Basics I for Beginners Series is the perfect class for you. Come and enjoy a supportive and compassionate environment where everyone is a beginner. Your questions are encouraged and serve to help others in the class gain a deeper understanding. So please don’t be afraid to ask!
 

CORE SERIES: Intro w/Amy G
 

NEW DATE TBD

4 WEEKS 

The goal of the 4 week CORE SERIES: Intro is to bring strength and awareness to the WHOLE ENTIRE CORE not just the superficial “six pack”. We'll introduce ourselves to the many parts of the core with a visual diagram of the entire torso in an email that will also give a brief description of the different parts and their functions.  We'll spend 45 minutes each week finding and feeling those different parts physically.

 

Yamas & Niyamas
w/ Amy G

 

NEW DATE TBD
10 WEEKS

The Yamas and the Niyamas are a set 10 principals. There are 5 Yamas which could be discribed as ethical guide lines on how we relate to other people and 5 Niyamas which might be considered virtuous practices on how we take care of ourselves. 
I'm by no means an expert. I've explored each Yama and Niyama in detail but believe their deepest interpretations are extremely personal.