Weekly Classes

Gentle Yoga

Gentle Yoga is a relaxing, rejuvenating class that is perfect for beginners, individuals healing injuries, and experienced students wanting to slow down. It offers time and space for self-care and healing. Each class includes a blend of breathwork (pranayama) and hatha yoga poses (asanas). Alignment suggestions and modifications are provided. You will be encouraged to listen to your body and discover "your yoga" through compassion, acceptance, and letting go. This class is restorative and therapeutic, ending with a period of deep relaxation (savasana). Everyone is welcome.

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is a calming, meditative practice that is perfect for students of all levels. Each class begins with a centering meditation to connect with the body, breath, and mind. This inward focus is carried into the postures (asanas), all of which are done on the floor. You will explore forward and backbends, twists, and lateral stretches, holding each posture for 3-5 minutes. Yin is a practice of letting go into each pose, letting gravity and time do the work. Each class ends with a deep relaxation (savasana) to restore balance at all levels. Yin increases flexibility in the joints, detoxifies the body, and cultivates clarity in the mind. Everyone is welcome.

All Levels Yoga

All Levels Yoga is a grounding and inspiring class well-suited for everyone, beginners and beyond. It is a great way to unwind and reconnect. You will move through hatha yoga postures (asana) that strengthen and detoxify the physical body. Poses may include forward bends, backbends, twists, balancing postures, and inversions. Alignment cues, modifications, and variations will be provided. Breathwork (pranayama) will also be a focus, supporting you to deepen your practice. Each class ends with a period of deep relaxation (savasana). Come explore what works for you and advance your practice over time. All are welcome.

Mindful Vinyasa

Mindful Vinyasa is a slow-paced flow class with an emphasis on mindfulness, breath, and alignment. Classes begin with a short meditation and breathwork and then move into a gentle, steady flow of breath-synchronized movements and yoga postures (asanas). The practice fosters stability, strength, flexibility, and the graceful release of physical and emotional tension. By connecting the breath with movement and interweaving mindfulness throughout the practice, this “moving meditation” brings balance, harmony, and healing to the mind, body, and spirit. Each class ends with a period of deep relaxation and integration (savasana). All are welcome. 

Advanced Hatha Yoga

Advanced Hatha Yoga is an integrated, holistic practice suited for experienced students or anyone with an adventurous spirit. "Hatha" translates as Sun "Ha" and Moon "tha", and the practice aims to unite our active and receptive human qualities. The class weaves together asana, pranayama, bandha, kriya, mantra, and meditation. The physical postures are offered at a moderate to advanced level. The overall practice will expand your relationship with yoga and yourself in deep and meaningful ways. Come develop self-compassion and self-mastery, and step more fully into your personal power, dharma, and love.

Community Yoga

Come one, come all. Bring a friend or two to join if you'd like. Together, we'll share the healing energy of yoga, nourishing ourselves and our greater community. You may be surprised at the rewards your mind, body, and soul will experience. We look forward to sharing yoga with you in this beautiful space! All levels, all body types, all ages -- anyone who wants to feel better and have more clarity of mind -- join us! Let's have fun, and celebrate yoga. By donation: suggested $5-10. 

Nia Dance

Starting April 1st! Nia is a dance class for everyone. The practice emphasizes the joy of movement. You will sweat. You will laugh. You will breathe deeply. Expect easy-to-follow choreography as well as free dance, with elements of martial arts and wellness techniques. Each class ends with mindfulness and meditation, leaving you lighter and prepared to step back into your life. Everyone is welcome! No experience necessary.

Open Meditation

Every Sunday, 10:30-11:30 a.m. Open Meditation is an opportunity to practice with a group in a relaxed and friendly environment. Everyone is welcome, including beginners and experienced practitioners. All meditation traditions are honored. Each session includes twenty-five minutes of seated meditation, followed by five minutes of walking meditation, and closing with twenty-five minutes of seated meditation. There is a timekeeper but no instruction. By donation: suggested $5-10. For more information or to set up one-on-one meditation instruction, please contact [email protected] or 594-1694. Hosted by Rockland Shambhala.

Refuge Recovery

Every Sunday & Wednesday, 6-7:30 p.m. Refuge Recovery is a peer-based group of non-professionals dedicated to helping each other recover from the suffering of addiction. Through the Buddhist practices of meditation, generosity, kindness, and renunciation, participants explore the causes of addiction and empower themselves to be free of suffering. Each meeting includes a period of meditation, readings from various Buddhist teachers, and open discussion. All are welcome regardless of religious beliefs (or non-beliefs) and no prior knowledge of meditation is required. By donation: suggested $5-10. For more information, call Bob at 207-975-6949 or Amy at 203-856-6699 or send an email to [email protected]