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  • Moving Mountains Hikers Club November-April

    Moving Mountains Hikers Club is intended to inspire us to continue to opt outside through the winter months with the support of community. Hiking together can give us insights to new destinations, create mindful connection, and keep us in the sunshine to combat seasonal sadness and depression.

    Once a month we will meet to saunter various hiking trails that range from beginners to moderately advanced. This club is a free or for donation offering. Please preregister at movingmtnsyoga.com to receive more details on each hike.

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    COST: Free or for donation – preregister on our schedule page

  • Yoga Book Club with Rachel Hally Sunday 10am-12pm

    Join book enthusiast and local Shepherd University Librarian Rachel Hally for this social and accessible book club. Partnered with Four Seasons Books in Shepherdstown you can find and support local by purchasing the books we will enjoy together. Taking our time, each book will be divided into a few sections. Over the course of a few months we will read and discuss each book related to yoga philosophy or yogic living. Once a month we will host outdoor gatherings to create connection and conversation centered around mindfulness. Please preregister for outdoor gatherings and follow along in our Facebook Group “Yoga Book Club.”

    March 26th 10am-12pm
    April 24th 10am-12pm
    May 22nd 10am-12pm
    Meeting at Scarborough Library patio at Shepherd University

    Radical Compassion: Learning to Love Yourself and Your World with the Practice of RAIN by Tara Brach

    COST: Free – preregister for in person gatherings on our schedule page

  • Science of Spring: A Kid's Yoga and Science Workshop Sunday May 15th 2-3:30pm

    Join MMY Ambassador Chrissy Lewin to explore the fun behind yoga and science. This workshop teaches the best of both worlds. By practicing yoga and science, children learn of a bigger world outside of themselves, becoming more compassionate. Perhaps lighting a spark that trickles down to others.

    This workshop will be forest-themed yoga class followed by owl pellet investigations. For ages 6-11 years old, intended for kids to participate solo without their parents, limited 10 person capacity.

    Cost: $25 per person

  • Community Gardens with Tudor Hall Farm May-October 2022

    MMY Ambassador and generational farmer Natalie Grantham, MMY Founder and ayurvedic specialist Whitney Ingram, lead you through a Spring, Summer and Fall gardening experience that aligns you with living in seasonal balance. We, seed, weed and harvest as a community growing produce that is bountiful weekly and growing our connection to each other, our food and nature.

    All serious inquires please email movingmtnsyoga@gmail.com for more details. 10 person capacity. All proceeds benefit Tudor Hall Farm and MMY’s outreach efforts.


  • Outdoor Yoga Season May-September 2022

    Moving Mountains Yoga is so excited to offer our 3rd outdoor yoga season! Enjoy waterfront and farm view yoga classes May through September. There is no better way to align your senses, mind, body and spirit with nature than to take your practice outdoors.

    Thursday 6pm at Rosehill Farm
    Fridays 10:30am at Harpers Ferry Brewing
    Sundays 10:30am at Harpers Ferry Brewing

    COST: $10 Drop In or class card

  • Trauma Informed Yoga Workshop FALL 2022

    Trauma Informed Yoga is an evidence based practice that mindfully considers the mental health of individuals and competently tries to create safe spaces for all to explore yoga and meditation. In this 10hr workshop we will learn an introduction to brain and nervous system development, define trauma and disorders, as well as learn the role of yoga and how to apply technique to various populations impacted by traumatic experiences. This workshop is for yoga teachers, therapists, trauma survivors and anyone desiring to learn more about healing modalities for trauma disorders. CEU’s available for all certified yoga teachers,

    Whitney Ingram leads this workshop as a trauma survivor who has used yoga and meditation as her main modality of therapy for over a decade. She is a seasoned yoga teacher with experience teaching many populations, and her lived in applied experience offers an authentic perspective on trauma informed yoga.

    COST: $250 per person – 10 person In Studio capacity – preregister at movingmtnsyoga.com