Yoga at the River’s Edge


Now in its 22nd 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 . . .

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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 for details.

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.

Classes are cancelled on rainy days.


*For classes at Couch, wear good walking shoes for an approx. 1/4 mile hike over uneven (& sometimes wet) terrain.

** For classes at Rexhame, all cars without a Marshfield Beach sticker must pay $1 to park, and must depart by 10am.


Couch Beach

629 Union Street, Marshfield

Rexhame Beach

end of Standish Street, Marshfield

Ferry Hill Day Camp (formerly YWCA Marshfield)

76 Ferry Hill Road, Marshfield

Driftway Conservation Park

250 Driftway, Scituate

Indian Head River Reservoir

West Elm Street, Pembroke

Do you have questions?

Would you like to attend a class?

Please email me!

Email Me




Classes are completed for this year.

Please mark your calendar for the 23rd season,

which begins June 8, 2019.

June 8, 2019

with Kezia Bacon

at Couch Beach on the North River*