Here's what's moving and shaking at the Hall.
Posted on December 15, 2015
Saturday, January 16th
Dance Classes, 5:00-7:00 pm
Guest instructor is David Lamon, a popular teacher, dancer and choreographer from Ellsworth, experienced in a mixture of movement styles and dance genres. He is teaming up with Katie Tranzillo, Camden dance instructor, who has been leading and building dance scenes for over 16 years.
5:00 – 6:00 West Coast Swing for experienced dancers
6:00 – 7:00 Night Club 2-Step for beginners
All-In, includes 3 workshops and dance $40
Roots of Lindy $10
Two workshops $22
One workshop $12
Dance only $7
Swing Dance, 7:00-10:00 pm
Featuring crossover music for all styles of swing
7:00-7:30 Free swing dance lesson for beginners
7:30-10:00 Open dancing, with DJs Lamon and Tranzillo.
Our swinging DJs will inspire your west coast swing, east coast swing, lindy hop, blues dance, and do-your-own-thing. Plus Night Club 2-Step! No partner or experience necessary. Healthy refreshments and door prizes!
You will love dancing in this hall!
Please carry in your clean shoes.
For more information:
Katie Tranzillo, 203-915-9371
Maine Dance Circuit A non-profit promoting dance programs and scholarships for youth in Maine
Partner Yoga Workshop!
Posted on December 14, 2015
On Friday, January 29th, from 5:30-7:00 pm, Denyse Robinson will be offering another Partner Yoga Workshop.
Come find playfulness, connection, balance and strength with your life partner, friend, sibling….
$30/ partnership or $20 per person and I will find you a partner.
NOOOOOO Experience necessary!!!!
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.
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.
Rustic Glam Styled Shoot at the Hall
Posted on June 12, 2014
Last week we got together with a group of local vendors to put on a special Rustic Glam styled shoot here at the Hall. The blog was just released, so follow this link for wedding inspiration.
A big THANK YOU to all the wonderful vendors that helped us out:
The Refinery – Events and Marketing
Love You Forever Photography
Blue Fern Designs
Andrea’s Bridal and Formal Wear
LAUGH Loud SMILE Big
Wallace Tent and Event Rentals
Stacia Makeup Artistry
And also to our models Kea Tesseyman and Jay Heard.