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Yoga on the Hill is offering a series to raise money for the Karma Cleanse, an annual springtime fundraiser held at several Seacoast studios. All proceeds from this fundraiser will be given to SATYA (a local non-profit yoga outreach group) and Share Our Strength (a local and national non-profit working to end childhood hunger).
This series will give you a chance to take classes with seven different teachers in a variety of styles. Open to all levels, this series will be a lovely post-weekend/pre-work week segue, and will be a great way to experience the different flavors of yoga. We are looking forward to sharing yoga as seva (selfless service) and using yoga to promote the good work of non-profits based in the Seacoast.
This series is a fundraiser: no refunds, extensions or make ups will be allowed. Payment can be made only for the entire series ($75) or drop ins ($10 per class). Please bring check or cash to the studio.
Friday, May 17
Yoga on the Hill is helping to promote Bike/Walk to Work Day on Friday, May 17. More information about this green commuting initiative can be found on the Seacoast Area Bicycle Route's website. Make sure to bike to our 8am yoga class that morning, we'll be doing a yoga for cycling sequence!
Save the date for this summer weekend! Yoga on the Hill is a studio partner for the Maine YogaFest on July 13-14. Check out their website for more info about this regional yoga weekend. We are looking forward to fabulous classes, the excellent Portland food scene and gathering with the Maine yoga community!
Summer Yoga Retreat in Vermont
Good Commons in Plymouth, VT
Open to all levels and styles of yogis with at least 8 months experience
Space is limited to 18 students, register soon
Save the dates for Yoga on the Hill's Summer Retreat! Erin Ehlers and Julia Tirabassi are looking forward to leading this yoga retreat at Good Commons, a boutique vacation home in the heart of Vermont. This three night stay will be a time to renew your spirit with yoga, farm-fresh food and relaxation.
We'll arrive on Thursday evening for yoga class and dinner. On Friday and Saturday, we'll meet for 3 hours in the morning for an active yoga practice, and for two hours in the afternoon for pranayama and restful yoga. On Sunday morning, we'll practice and have lunch before departing at 1pm. Bring your bike, your sneakers and your bathing suit to explore nearby country roads, trails and lakes. Lounge on the porches or in the hot tub, or in comfy living rooms. You can be as social or as private as you care to be.
Our vegetarian and vegan meals will be prepared by a professional chef, using healthy ingredients from local farms. You'll participate in 14 hours of yoga, under the attention of 2 experienced and skillful teachers, in an intimate setting. We'll be able to assist, refine and further your practice over this weekend. Our active practices will include a broad repertoire of yoga poses, including backbends and inversions with plenty of preparation and modification. Our restful practices will include pranayama (breath techniques), restorative poses and meditation. All classes will include time for discussion and questions about our practice. Expect plenty of hands-on help.
Costs include accommodations, meals and yoga. As folks register, we can make connections for carpooling (Good Commons is about 3 hours from the Seacoast).
Payment must be in full, by check to Yoga on the Hill, by June 21, 2013. We expect this to fill quickly. We will not be able to refund any payments after May 21, 2013.
Loft (shared space with 8 single beds): $575
Pay prior to April 27 and deduct $25 from your costs.
Please explore the Good Commons website to check out this lovely spot! Be in touch with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.