Downtown Belmont studio sells local art, health products and more
Owners Michelle LoSardo and Cory Miller, surrounded by team members, clients and friends, prepare to cut the ribbon at the grand opening of Belmont Yoga on Feb. 19, 2021. The yoga studio and storefront at 37 Glenway Street is the first business to open in the new North Main Station commercial building.
Heirloom Restaurant, which is relocating from Charlotte, plans to occupy most of the remaining space in the building.
In addition to yoga classes, the new studio includes a shop selling artwork by area artists and handmade items such as candles,jewelry, health and beauty products along with yoga supplies, beverages and more.
Yoga classes are offered on a drop-in basis, and clients also have the option of short and long-term memberships.
Holding the ribbon are, at left, Belmont Downtown Director Phil Boggan and Montcross Area Chamber Board Chair Gordon Quarles of Blue Harbor Bank. For more information on Belmont Yoga, visit www.belmontyoganc.com, or call 704.829.8114,
North Main Station owners Steve Pepitone and Talia Simons (left) with Belmont Yoga owners Cory Miller and Michelle LoSardo.