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Kripalu Yoga for Every Body
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Kripalu Yoga for Every Body


with Carin Sarzynski

A gently guided yoga class that will encourage you to listen to your inner wisdom as you move through centering, poses and relaxation in a supportive community. This is a great class for beginners and those who have experience with yoga practice. 

Please bring water, your yoga mat, any props you might like (yoga strap, blanket, or yoga block) and dress in layers.

Tai Chi


with Dianne Mros

Calendar Current session started Mar 28, 2023 at 4 pm, runs for 6 weeks

Practice slow movements to help relieve tension, improve balance, and promote overall fitness. Develop breathing techniques to promote calmness and beneficial energy levels.

All levels welcome!

Running Form Workshop - Run Strong! Run Healthy!
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Running Form Workshop - Run Strong! Run Healthy!


with Keri-Ann Rugg

Join this two-part running form workshop led by Running Coach, Keri-Ann Rugg, to learn proper running form techniques, runner-specific strength & mobility exercises, injury prevention tips, and more! During the sessions Coach Keri-Ann will assist with running form identification, modification, cues, and drills to help you improve efficiency while running. Whether you are just getting started, or have been running for years, this workshop is open to all levels and paces!

Start Your Own Annual Vegetable and Flower Seedlings for Spring


with Sturgeon Creek Farm

Calendar Next available session starts Apr 5, 2023 at 6 pm

Starting seeds is fun and much more cost-effective than buying seedlings. With a few tips, you can start your own vegetable and flower seedlings now and be ready for planting by the end of May.  Join Master Gardener Leslie Stevens at Sturgeon Creek Farm for an in-depth look at successful seed starting.  Everyone will leave with a packet of seeds and the knowledge needed to grow healthy seedlings.

This class is appropriate for children 12 and older.

GWRLT Hike Series: Wildflower ID Walk, Orris Falls Conservation Area, South Berwick


with Great Works Regional Land Trust

Calendar Next available session starts May 6, 2023 at 10 am

Wildflower ID walk with naturalist and science teacher, Sue Pike. Visit Orris Falls Conservation Area, located in the Tatnic region of South Berwick and Wells. The diverse habitat features beaver wetlands, the gorge of Orris Falls, the Littlefield Homestead, a large glacial erratic aptly named Balancing Rock, and the Big Bump. Recommended gear: pants, layers on top, either running shoes or hiking boots, and walking or hiking sticks if you’re unsteady on your feet. Bring water and a light snack. Hikes are limited to 25 people.

Please Register at the link below!

Hike Registration

Get Hooked on Fishing!


with Chelsea Lathrop

Calendar Next available session starts May 20, 2023 at 10 am

This class is designed for students aged 10 and older.

In this one-day workshop, students will learn the basics of fishing in Maine with hands-on application. Participants will also discover the joy and wonder of this classic Maine past-time while exploring the diversity of angling methods, techniques, and freshwater species the state has to offer. Registered students can apply for an educational fishing permit which would allow all students the ability to fish in our event for free. Materials needed would be weather-dependent clothing, waterproof shoes, and warm socks. All fishing rods, tackle, and bait for the day will be provided.

Chelsea Lathrop is the Education and Outreach Coordinator for the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife.

Beginners Stand Up PaddleBoard Yoga


with Cheryl Mazanec

Calendar Next available session starts Jun 8, 2023 at 4:30 pm
3 additional sessions through Aug 8, 2023

Bring your Yoga practice outdoors, connect with nature, and try something new!  We will review basic paddle techniques and safety instructions prior to anchoring down for a 60-minute relaxing SUP Yoga Class. No Experience is necessary. You must be able to swim. Cheryl is a 500 RYT Yoga Instructor. She is an Occupational Therapist, Nutritionist, Life Coach, Snowboard Instructor, and Owner of a small Kittery Based Business, Tides of Life SUP Yoga. Paddleboard, Anchor, PDF Life Vest, and a Paddle are provided.

The class is limited to 8 participants. 

Bring to Class: Arrive in clothing that can get wet and are comfortable to move in. 

Class Meets at Cutts Island Trail/Rachel Carson Wildlife Refuge at 37 Seapoint Road in Kittery Point, Maine. Parking along the side of the road.

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