Saturdays in August at 10:30am with rotating instructors

We are excited to offer yoga classes at Wadsworth Mansion’s rose garden. Enjoy the healthy benefits of breath, movement and being outdoors. All levels welcome.

Pre-registration is required as limited spaces are available to accomodate six foot social distancing between mats. 

Profits benefit The Rockfall Foundation, a Middletown-based non-profit organization supporting environmental education and conservation in the Lower Connecticut River Valley.


ENERGY MEDICINE YOGA for Emotional Balance 

August 16th, 12:30-3:30 pm with Alyson Iannicelli

Balance the emotional body through the lens of the 5 Element Theory in Traditional Chinese Medicine. This ancient healing system is at the heart of Energy Medicine Yoga. The methodology is so vital to both our physical and emotional health that it’s named as one of the nine energy systems of the body. Discover your primary element and the energetic cycle we teach so you can respond to challenges with greater ease. On or off the mat, you can perform simple techniques along with a graceful and powerful flow of movements while toning specific sounds to create a harmonious balance within.

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Sunday, August 30th, 5-7pm with Nicole Cari

In traditional Chinese medicine late summer is a transitional time en route to fall. In this workshop we will work with the spleen and stomach meridians which pair with the Earth element. We will connect to the stabilizing force Earth represents and nourish these meridians and their organs. Manifesting qualities such as contentment, connectedness, clarity, and concentration this workshop will help prepare you to transition into autumn.



September 13th, 2-5pm with Bradford Tilden

Discover the healing powers of crystals and gemstones and how you can benefit from them.  Whether to deepen your healing practice, or to enrich your personal life, crystal healing is accessible to everyone! No previous experience with crystals is required. 

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cinder + salt Beach Clean-Up and Yoga Class at Hammonasset Beach State Park

September 19th, 8:30am with Sasha Krushnic

Start your weekend with your toes in the sand, the sound of the sea & some eco-activism! Come for the class; stay for the clean-up!

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September 26-27 and October 3-4 with Alyson Iannicelli

30 CEUs available to to 200-hour Yoga Instructors.  Admittance by approval for serious yoga students who have maintained a consistent practice over a long period of time. 
Energy Medicine Yoga is an integrative yoga practice accessible to students of all levels. The practice includes asana poses, breath-work, meditation and Energy Medicine techniques such as acupressure holds, Neurolymphatic Reflex self-massage, and energy channel clearings. EMYoga will help to amplify your healing power – mind, body, and spirit.  Learn how to heal and transform on a deeper level and then learn how to teach these simple, powerful and effective techniques to your students. Be on the cutting edge of a new yoga paradigm!


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Saturday, October 10th at 7pm with Kelvin Young

Breathe. Relax. Heal.  Take the time to relieve stress, find inner peace and balance through the transformative powers of sound. During a session, Sound Healer, Kelvin Young utilizes the crystal and Tibetan singing bowls, gong, ocean drum, chimes and other healing tools to activate the relaxation response to calm your mind, relax your body and nourish your soul.

The meditative sounds promotes healing from chronic stress, muscle tension, addictive behaviors, sleep disorders, depression, anxiety, PTSD and other stress-related health conditions.



Saturdays, October 10th-31st, 12:30-2pm with Juliana Tryon

This 4-Week Beginner Yoga Series is designed to alleviate worries about your first yoga class and make your introduction to yoga enjoyable.  This is also a great course for current yoga practitioners who are looking to revisit beginning principles or those who have been out of practice and would like a refresher.



Sunday, November 8th, 12:30-6:30pm with Karen Sevenoff

Perfectionism houses gifts and pain. It can be experienced as meanness or dissatisfaction and we may feel its burdensome, destructive qualities in our relationships, in our lives. In this full-day program, we will take a compassionate look at some of perfectionism’s roots and chains as well as its wise aspects. Bringing into the light the very good reasons we strive and strain will help us to more clearly see what perfectionism’s particular knots and habit patterns are made of and why they are ours to most kindly take responsibility for.

This program will include plenty of practice in the healing arts: easeful yoga, playful movement, sitting and walking meditation and the wonderfully supportive opportunity to share within a sympathetic and like-minded group. We will invite awareness practices that honor the body’s responses and cultivate spacious renewal and a way towards freedom. We are often reminded in the work of recovery, to aim for progress, not perfection, and that is our intent in this spirit-led day of discovery and support.

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