Yoga at the Farm
In partnership with Repose LLC.
Yoga is not about touching your toes, it is what you learn on the way down.
- Jigar Gor
Explore and play with your personal practice as we do yoga around the farms beautiful landscape. This series will take you through the deep postures and lengthening of muscles in YIN, the subtle balance between stretching and strengthening in foundational poses of a BASIC level yoga, and challenging yourself as you move into the strength and balance of SlowFlow.
June 26, 2021: Slow Flow
All series classes are held from 9:30am - 10:45am
Attend Individual class: $15.00
When is the farm open to the public?We love having visitors, however the farm is also our home. We are open to the general public the last Sunday of every month May - September and Friday nights, Saturdays and Sundays in October.
Do I have to pay admission to walk around the farm?Yes, the admission varies based on the event. Summer Sundays is $9.00 per person, Harvest Moon Hayrides is $9.00 per person and Harvest Festival is $10.00 per person.
Do you accept credit cards?Yes, we accept all major credit cards.
Can I bring my pet?No, we do not allow outside pets at the farm, including pets that can be carried.
Service Animal PolicyWe welcome guests with disabilities who choose to bring their trained service animal into Upland Hills Farm. Emotional support animals, as well as companion or comfort pets, are not allowed entry into Upland Hills Farm. Service animal trainers may not bring in-training animals under 12 months of age into the Upland Hills Farm. Service animals must remain on a leash or a harness, be under the control of their handler at all times. The leash cannot exceed 6 feet in length. If a service animal’s behavior is inappropriate, the handler may be asked to remove your service animal from the specific areas or the premises. Service animals are restricted where there is direct contact with Upland Hills Farm animals or limited in certain areas due to the sensitivity of the Upland Hills Farm’s animals.
Is outside food and drinks permitted?Yes, you are welcome to bring your own outside food and drinks to the farm. The farm is the perfect atmosphere for a picnic.
What ingredients are in your donuts?The donut mix contains Egg, Soy, Milk and wheat and then are fried in Palm Oil.
When does Summer Camp Registration begin?Summer Camp registration opens on January 1st.
Do you allow photo shoots at the farm?Yes, we do allow photo shoots at the farm. The location fee is $75.00 and must be reserved ahead of time, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule.
Do you sell produce?No, we do not sell produce through the year. We do sell pumpkins in October only. We do have a CSA on the farm, visit http://www.uplandhillscsa.org/ for more information.
Does the farm travel to birthdays and parties?Yes, the entire menagerie can travel to your party or birthday. The cost for this service is $1000.00 for four hours. Please know we do not bring our horses.
Does the farm have a volunteer program or accept volunteers?At this time we do not have a volunteer program. We suggest reaching out to your local animal sanctuary.
A health and wellness company located in Leonard, MI. Offering public and private yoga classes, meditations, wellness incentives and workshops and will be visiting us at Upland Hills Farm! Join Brandy Schmidt, an RYT200 Yoga Alliance Certified and insured instructor. Brandy is a local instructor. As a wife and mother of three, Brandy is passionate about meeting individuals exactly where they are at in life without judgement. Creating a calm, welcoming, and all inclusive environment that will incentivize you to continue on your unique journey toward wellness.