What I was is unimportant; what I am now is important. - B.K.S Iyengar
New yoga sessions in Petoskey offer a rolling admission. Start when you can and create your own class punch card. All asanas are taught in each class and all classes taught by Mary Reilly.
Yoga beginners can start anytime at the North Woods Studio in Petoskey. See our current schedule for classes that are appropriate for beginners. There are lots of them! All other classes need permission of instructor unless you are or have been a student of Iyengar yoga, as they assume some experience.
Call Mary at (231) 526-5041 if you have questions about our Petoskey and Harbor Springs classes. Feel free to come and experience a yoga class. Drop ins are allowed at the above times for a single class fee. (New students receive a complimentary class with purchase of their first class punch card).
Gift Certficates for Classes at North Woods Yoga can be arranged with Mary, for any amount, good for a year. Call Mary at 231-526-5041 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr Greg Putalik has moved his practice, Harbor Springs Medical Center at 643 E. Lake St Unit #4 In Harbor Springs. Phone is 242-4734. Visit his website at gregputalikmd.com
Harbor Springs Classes: Due to a building water leak, the Shay daycare has been shifted to the Blackbird Gym, and the Wednesday yoga class has been relocated to the dance room at Shay Elementary School on Lake Street for a few weeks. Go in the front door at Shay and look for yoga signs to the dance room.
North Woods Yoga Studio: September 4 – December 21, 2017 | 15 weeks | Start anytime!
Harbor Springs Classes: September 20 - December 13, 2017 | 12 weeks
If you would like to order a new thick mat, I am putting an order together. It would be like the orange one at the studio, a Manduka lite mat, an it comes in many colors. The price will be approximately $65. You may leave it or any other personal mat at the studio if you like, I am making a space below the table where the studio mats are kept. I suggest putting your mat in a bag to keep it separate.