Keego Harbor Prenatal Yoga

When

Thursdays, 7:15-8:30pm, usually in six-week sessions (see below.)

Location

Yoga Now (Northwest corner of Orchard Lake and Cass Lake Roads)
2170 Cass Lake Road, Keego Harbor 48320. Studio phone: 248-683-0086.

Pre-registration is necessary. Space is limited. 

Register for Prenatal Yoga

Follow all steps in order to reserve your spot for Prenatal Yoga.

  1. Complete the Prenatal Yoga Waiver and Consent Form (PDF).
  2. Forward completed Prenatal Yoga Waiver and Consent Form to:
    • Scan (do not take a picture) to elise(at)elisebowerman.com, or
    • Mail to Elise Bowerman, LLC,
      2510 S. Telegraph Rd., Ste. L #253, Bloomfield Hills MI 48302, or
    • Hand deliver to Elise prior to the start date.
  3. Payment options:
    • Pay online through PayPal (below), or
    • Mail a check made payable to Elise Bowerman, LLC,
      2510 S. Telegraph Rd., Ste. L #253, Bloomfield Hills MI 48302, or
    • Pay Elise directly prior to the start date.
  4. Once your payment and waiver has been received Elise will email you confirming your saved spot or placement on the wait list. 

View the Cancellation and Refund Policy.

Choose Your Session - 2017

September 7 - October 12 (6 wks) = $81 FULL
 

♦ October 19 - November 16 (5 wks) = $67.50
 

♦ November 30 - December 21 (4 wks) = $54
 

Session Dates
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* If paying through PayPal using maiden name or business name - or if purchasing as a gift, please write participant's first and last name in "Instructions to Merchant." Thank you!

My website is always *well, almost always* up-to-date. When a session is full it will say "full." 

View the Cancellation and Refund Policy to be aware of your options.

Prepare for Your Prenatal Yoga Session

Arrive 10-15 minutes early to set up and use the restroom.

Yoga Now has bolsters, blankets, blocks, and straps. Please bring your own yoga "sticky" mat; not a Pilates mat. If you have any props at home, please feel free to bring those with you, too, like an eye pillow.

Wear comfortable, breathable clothing. Layers work well in the cooler months. The room is set at about 70 degrees.

Do not wear any scents (i.e. lotions, perfumes or colognes.)

Typically yoga is practiced on an empty belly (refraining from meals 2-3 hours before practice.) That is not the case in Prenatal Yoga. You are creating a little human, please eat. Perhaps not a chili cheese dog right before class, but eat lighter foods like fruit, vegetables, crackers, small sandwich, etc. You want energy for the class... and it's a great way to prepare for labor. It can be helpful to eat before and during labor to keep your energy and strength going.

Most importantly: please do not leave early. Allowing time for savasana or a restorative pose often followed by a guided meditation seals the work you have done. Becoming aware of your body, mind and breath is my goal to assist you through childbirth, and into parenthood. Embrace the moment of stillness.

About Elise

I'm a RPYT (Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher) and RYT 500 (Registered Yoga Teacher) rooted in the Hatha tradition, and the Samkhya philosophy; however I attend a variety of classes, like Kundalini. I’m living my dharma (purpose) by creating a community to assist women during the rite of passage into motherhood through the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual qualities of the yoga practice.

In addition to yoga, I'm a mom of two beautiful children and have many interests including Feng Shui, Reiki, alternative healing methods, harnessing my intuition and whatever else inspires me along the way!

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