Yoga on the Field

as part of Anniversary Weekend celebrations
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woodstock monument at bethel woods
people doing yoga
  • August 16th 2020 9:30am
  • $15 to attend; free to stream
  • For your safety, capacity to this event is extremely limited.

51 years ago, Sri Swami Satchidananda opened the greatest festival of all time with the words “…let all our actions, and all our arts, express Yoga. Through that sacred art of music, let us find peace that will pervade all over the globe.”

The beautiful grounds surrounding Bethel Woods have always provided a space for reflection and healing. As we close the celebration of our anniversary weekend, we invite you to join Susan Mendoza of The Chi Hive as she leads a gentle mix of Hatha and Vinyasa flow on the historic festival field providing peace and relaxation.

In-person capacity is extremely limited, but you can join the session live from the comfort of your home.  Register below to receive the streaming link!

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About The Event:

Susan Mendoza

Certified RYT 300+, Y12SR, ISTD: Associate Modern Dance Teacher 

Susan has been teaching and practicing yoga and mindfulness for 20+ years and has an extensive, professional background in movement, fitness, voice and theatre. She continues to deepen her own practice of living a mindful life, embodying inclusivity and antiracist values. She is passionate about building strong, healthy relationships and about guiding practitioners into a world of self inquiry in order to live better in their bodies, mentally, physically and emotionally. 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!

About The Series:

Bethel Woods @ Home brings the sense of exploration and curiosity of our on-site programs to you from the comfort of your home.  Once a month, enjoy interactive lectures, performances, and workshops that explore our historic legacy and the healing power of art, creativity, and community.