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PO Box 1366
Camden, Maine 04843

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Community Yoga Class Moves to a New Time in April!

Posted on March 24, 2015

The Community Yoga class is moving to a new time in April!! Beginning on 4/3 Community Yoga will now be on Friday mornings from 9-10am (it will now be only one hour long).  For the month of April we will have substitute teacher Ramona Black teaching, with Denyse returning in the beginning of May.

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Weekend Iyengar Yoga Workshop with Jaki Nett

Posted on March 20, 2015

An active workshop blending teaching of anatomy through asana

 June 13th & 14th, 2015

Jaki Nett is a senior Iyengar teacher from northern California who teaches in the US, and throughout Europe. One of her specialties is understanding asana through functional anatomy.  The weekend workshop will be a blend of anatomy study and asana practice.  Jaki has a very open personality and her teaching style is interactive, and encourages questions.  All levels are welcome.

For more information about Jaki Nett, visit her website: 


Saturday June 13th: 9:00-12:00, 1:30-4:30

Saturday night: optional dinner, Q&A with Jaki

Sunday, June 14th: 9:00-1:00

 $175 for the entire workshop paid by May 1st.
 $200 if paid after May 1st. Inquire about pricing 
for individual days.

FMI or to register contact: Colleen Duggan, 207 706 6230,, 6 Hall Ave, Camden ME, 04843


Bollywood Dance Workshop and Fundraiser!

Posted on March 20, 2015

Learn traditional dance moves from the international Bollywood style in this fun, easy to follow, community dance workshop. Director/Co-FounderKea Tesseyman traveled to NYC to train with a traditional Bollywood Instructor from India. Her search to learn about the culture & the tradition behind this intriguing dance style was the catalyst for this internationally focused workshop that knits different communities & their cultures together.

$35.00 pre-register $45.00 at the door

Register at or email director Kea Tesseyman at to sign up.

High Mountain Hall, May 3rd, Sunday, 1:30 – 4:00pm

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Reiki with Denyse

Posted on November 25, 2014

Reiki sessions are now available Thursdays 12-3 and  Fridays 11-3 at High Mountain Hall

What is Reiki?
Reiki, pronounced RAY-KEE, is an ancient hands on healing technique originally used by Buddhist monks, and then resurrected in the early 1900′s by Dr. Mikao Usui in Japan, and ultimately brought to the West, via his lineage. This type of energy work is non-invasive, gentle, and is a very powerful technique for acute pain, post operative procedures, emotional dis-ease, the beginning of cold/flu symptoms and injuries.  Reiki is also very helpful for chronic conditions with successive, ongoing sessions.
Denyse Robinson is a Reiki Master-Teacher and has been since 2004. She has been practicing daily on her family, friends and Self for 15 years and decided recently to open the doors to the public. She is now offering sessions at High Mountain Hall on Thursdays, 12-3 pm and Fridays 11-3 pm by appointment. 
What to expect from a Reiki session:
A Reiki session is one hour long. The client lies fully clothed on a massage table and the Reiki practitioner uses hand placements over the front and back of the body by either gently touching the client, or hovering the hands over the area.  One’s CHI (Universal Life Force Energy),  is activated whilst the practitioner is placing the Reiki symbols on the person. People have a wide range of sensations from feeling not too much, to feeling intense amounts of heat, and even sweating.  Most people experience something in the middle. 100% of the clients I have seen feel less stress and more open and grounded.
FMI or to book a session today, Please Call Denyse 975-5325
Gift Certificates are available
Regular price $50/ session
Special offer $40/session if booking an appointment now- December 23rd.

New Community Yoga Class with Denyse

Posted on October 27, 2014

A Note from our teacher, Denyse Robinson:
 I have been inspired to create a Community Yoga Class for several years now and am excited to announce it is now happening, starting Sunday, November 2nd 4:30-5:45pm, $5 per class!  The intention of this class is to increase access and frequency of this community’s yoga practice by making it very affordable.  Please help to open the doors to those who may have shied away in the past, or who have not had access to Yoga due to it’s cost. Invite your friends, family and neighbors to this very welcoming class, and spread the word in your own way throughout your community. I believe that a Yoga practice can, and is, raising the vibration of this place we call home.  The more people practicing, the better life we can ALL live, each and every day.  Our destiny is bliss, let’s manifest our destiny together!