Special Events

Bring your friends and family to these wonderful community events! Please arrive 5-10 minutes early. See you there!

Deep Relaxation Retreat

with Daya Devi, Yoga Instructor
Saturday, March 14, 4-6 p.m.
Preregistration is appreciated. Drop-ins welcome too!
POSTPONED. Stay tuned for new date!
Treat yourself to an afternoon of deep rest. Yoga Nidra, translated as yogic sleep, is an ancient practice that brings you to the deepest level of relaxation while still maintaining full consciousness. The workshop will begin with gentle yoga postures (asanas) and breathing exercises (pranayama) to warm the body and release tension. You'll then be guided to relax into the blissful practice of yoga nidra. Visualization cues and affirmations will create an environment for deep healing of body, mind, and spirit. At the end of the workshop, you will wake from this amazing experience feeling revitalized and renewed. 
Level: Perfect for students of all levels, including beginners.
Registration: Kindly complete payment below or contact Rachel at [email protected] or 594-1694 to register and discuss other payment options. Drop-ins welcome too.
Suggested donation
Note: The Dancing Elephant is by donation so that everyone can participate. Donations in any amount are graciously appreciated. 

Spring Equinox Yoga & Cello

with Rachel Nixon & Robin Lane
Thursday, March 19, 5:30-7 p.m.
POSTPONED. Stay tuned for new date!
Spring is a time of renewal and growth. Join us for an inspiring evening of gentle yoga, meditation, and the nourishing sounds of live cello. The class will open with a centering meditation and breathwork. The cello will guide us into gentle yoga sequences to awaken the spine and strengthen the body, mind, and spirit at all levels. The evening will close with a quiet period of calming yoga poses and deep relaxation. Come as you are, and celebrate the coming of Spring!
Everyone is welcome.
Preregistration is not required. Come 5-10 minutes early.
Suggested donation: $15-30 sliding scale or pay-what-you can.
Robin Lane performs classical, jazz, and contemporary works throughout Maine. He records, engineers, and produces his own music. Robin’s work provokes conscious thought, bringing peace to the minds of the individual, society, and the environment in which we live. He is a student at USM's School of Music.
Note: The Dancing Elephant is by donation so that everyone can participate. Donations in any amount are graciously appreciated.