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Led by a rotating local teacher each week, connect safely, practice self-care, and become grounded on the historic site of the 1969 Woodstock festival during an outdoor wellness class.
Plus, after class, shop locally during Harvest Festival! Present your ticket to receive complimentary parking - valid only on the date of the class.
August 28 - Open Level Vinyasa Flow with LeeAnna Maniace
During this hour-long class, you will go through yoga asanas (postures) in a flow to help most strengthen and nourish the body and mind. Modifications will be given throughout the practice as well as suggestions on variations on poses. As always take the rest and modifications as you need. The class will include sun salutations, standing and seated stretches, standing balance, pranayama, and relaxation.
LeeAnna Maniace owns The Yoga Space in Hurleyville, NY. She has over 10 years of regular teaching experience and is most known for her ever changing teaching style that adapts to the season, the weather, the mood, and to whomever she’s in front of. She understands that all bodies are unique and Yoga is much more than sun salutations and warrior poses. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from The University at Buffalo in Psychology and with a focus on health and wellness. LeeAnna has over 16 years of dance training, and over 500 hours of combined Yoga training. Aside from being a full time Yoga Teacher and Studio Owner LeeAnna also co-owns Sprouting Dreams Farm a Regenerative Agriculture enterprise specializing in Microgreens and other high quality produce year round.
September 4 – Intro to Ashtanga Yoga with Kyle Goldstein
This class will be energetic and dynamic, combining flexibility and strength while preserving a sense of inward focus and dedication. There will be a strong emphasis on helping students find proper alignment before shifting deeper into a pose. The goal is to have a better feeling and a stronger connection between the mind, body, and soul.
The word “Ashtanga” means having 8 parts and “Vinyasa” means flow. Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga works with the synchronization of deep, rhythmic breathing and movement. By linking the postures it creates a continuous flow of energy that heats up the body, bringing oxygen to the blood, nourishing the glands and internal organs, cleansing and purifying the nervous system, and releasing unwanted toxins through perspiration.
Kyle started his spiritual journey over 10 years ago and fell in love with the way the practice calmed his mind and energized his body. At first it was a hobby, which quickly became a part of his routine, and then fully blossomed into one of his life’s passions. So much so, that in the summer of 2018, he completed his 200 hour YTT at the Ashtanga Mysore Yoga Shala in Mysore, India. He truly believes that people have the ability to change, to adjust their lifestyles in a way that makes them a better version of themselves one day at a time. Kyle is extremely blessed to be back in the place he once called home, and eternally grateful for the opportunity to share his knowledge and experience through his business, A New Breath Health & Wellness.
September 11 - Hatha Yoga with Cecilia Castro
Join Cecy Castro for "Sacred Honey," a beautiful and nourishing hatha yoga class. Come and taste the honey of each asana (pose) and connect with the most sacred parts of yourself. This class will be gentle and grounding, for all levels, allowing you to discover the body, mind and soul connection.
Cecilia Castro is offering her Sacred Wellness Healing Arts around Sullivan County NY and surrounding areas. She has been teaching locally for the past 8 years. Her classes are gentle, grounding, and perfectly poetic with ancient wisdom and devotion.
September 18 - Meditation & Gentle Stretching with Amanda McCormick
Start your day off with meditative self-connection and gentle stretching. We’ll begin with with a seated meditation practice and calming breath work, move into slow, gentle stretches to help awaken the body, and close with an elongated savasana sound bath from live singing bowls, bamboo koshi chimes, steel tongue drum, and more. All levels welcome to join this gentle practice!
Amanda McCormick is a former Rockette for Radio City Music Hall’s Christmas Spectacular, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, America’s Got Talent, the Today Show, and more. Amanda has performed in ballets and other productions regionally and internationally in Italy, Spain, Vienna, Austria, and Moscow Russia. She now resides in Hortonville, and teaches yoga, leads guided sound bath meditations, acts as an intuitive empowerment coach, and offers specialized reiki sessions.
September 25 - Gentle Yoga with Susan Mendoza
Join Susan Medoza of the Chi Hive for a gentle yoga class. Though it has a beginner nature to it, this slow and steady practice is wonderful for anyone, no matter how "advanced" one may be. The class introduces grounding movements, focused breath work, and short mindful meditation to calm the mind and free energy that may be stuck in body.
Susan Mendoza (she, they) resides on the unceded land of the Lenni-Lenape People. She is the founder and co-owner of The Chi Hive Gym and Wellness Space in Narrowsburg, NY. Susan is an Ayurvedic Wellness Coach, Yoga and Meditation Teacher. She continues to deepen her own practice of living a mindful life, deepening awareness around intersectionality in order to understand and overcome deep-seated inequity. Some of her training includes; Yoga 12 Step Recovery for those living with and affected by addiction and trauma recovery, Marma therapeutic technique, Yoga Tune Up, Trauma Sensitive Yoga Training with David Emmerson and LGBTQ(i) competency training. Susan was born on the hearty Island of Newfoundland, Canada and lives in Narrowsburg with her wonderful family, chickens, sheep and goats!
October 2 – Slow Flow Vinyasa with Rebecca DeRosa
Rebecca’s Slow Flow Vinyasa is a beginner-friendly yoga class that will include flowing sequences with one pose leading to another. Many poses will be held for a few breaths so we can mindfully experience the pose before moving to the next one. We'll work on strength, flexibility, balance, and mindfulness. Rebecca will offer different options and variations of poses so that you can adapt the practice to your own needs and preferences.
After years of practicing yoga off and on, Rebecca took the next step and traveled to Dharamsala, India in 2015, where she completed a 200 hour yoga teacher training at Siddhi Yoga. She began teaching in NYC at corporate offices, parks, rooftops, studios, community centers, and one-on-one private instruction. One memorable experience was teaching meditation at the Brooklyn Cat Cafe with assistance from feline friends. In 2018, she studied with Jivana Heyman at the Integral Yoga Institute in NYC and received a certification in teaching Accessible Yoga. Rebecca enjoys combining vinyasa flow with hatha practices, restorative yoga, and therapeutic yoga.