Yoga at the River’s Edge

 

See you in June 2018!


2017 RAFFLE WINNER! 

In Summer 2017, the NSRWA offered a promotion to any student attending Yoga at the River’s Edge. Those who shared their email address/signed up for NSRWA's weekly e-newsletter, were entered in a drawing for a $50 REI gift card. Each class they attended earned them another chance to win. And the winner is . . . Janine Susan! Janine has been attending Yoga at the River’s Edge for many years, and made it to 7 classes this summer. Here she is (at the South River) with her gift card.

Now in its 20th season, Yoga at the River’s Edge was founded (in 1997) by Kezia Bacon, a yoga teacher who wanted to combine her enthusiasm for yoga with her love of the North & South Rivers. Kezia hoped participants would gain increased awareness and appreciation both of their inner selves and of the rivers, marshes, and streams of the North and South Rivers Watershed.

To download a PDF with directions to all class sites, click here . . . YATREdirections.pdf

Or use this Google Map to locate the class sites . . . https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=1OO1uUnIrJnuvBoYEEW0kQOR2z8M&ll=42.13772668527474%2C-70.7520255&z=13

To join the mailing list, email yogariversedge@verizon.net or like Yoga at the River’s Edge on Facebook.

The North and South Rivers Watershed Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation, restoration, maintenance and conservation of the natural resources of the North and South Rivers.  Visit www.nsrwa.org for details.


Donation per class:  

$10 per person for NSRWA members

$15 non-members


Please bring a yoga mat, blanket, or a towel (large enough to lie down on). You may also like a blanket to place under your yoga mat to accommodate your outstretched arms and legs. Dress in layers — the temperature at these outdoor sites can change quickly as the sun rises or as clouds move in. Other supplies to consider: drinking water, bug repellant, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses.


* Please note: For classes at Couch Beach, bring good walking shoes for an approximately 1/4 mile hike over uneven terrain.


Classes are cancelled on rainy days.