Threads of yoga

Yoga & Meditation Center
New Studio- 118 Main Street

The new Studio location is nestled in between The Bridgton News and #302 Art Gallery & Beth’s Cafe. Our little Sanctuary has become the talk of the town in all the best ways. The studio is unique in its style. The decor fits in with the warmth of the small town feel that lends itself to have a fine appreciation for antiques. The studio is not shiny or new. It has been renovated and lovingly add to. I enjoyed merging the old with the new. Beautiful antiques from the local shops and a bit of clean retro pieces to blend in. My favorite item is the old apple picking ladder that is holding our Yoga mats! The colors are warm, and the studio carries an unspoken intention. As our studio is silent. I do hope you will plan a visit and embrace the beauty and warmth of our Sangha.

Thread of Teaching

Amy draws from the frame of Vinyasa, and has been blessed with the opportunity to study extensively with many of todays Master Teachers, Tias Little, Richard Freeman, Shiva Rea and Baron Baptiste. Throughout a decade of training she has also had many wonderful opportunities to take several workshops and trainings with a variety of Master teachers throughout Canada and the US. She continues to study with Tias Little founder of Prajna Yoga in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Tias is her Primary teacher. Amy continues to study with Tias & Surya Little as well as attending Silent retreats for her own personal growth and her commitment to waking. Her thread of teaching has become a style that is adaptable to all, without compromising the Integrity and foundation of the roots of Yoga.  The intention that is held in each class is to work with awareness first and sequentially. We begin to warm the body slowly to include Vinyasa as we build and prepare the body through intelligent sequencing. This practice builds towards a peak pose. Experiencing each class as unique. Leading with intention and the invitation to cultivate the opportunity to work with self-
inquiry and awareness also alleviates injuries. Leaving each class feeling ease , openness and a felt sense of stability.

community class

Click here for more information on the Workshops page.


If you would like to attend classes and are in need of support please reach out to Cindy at:

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Sangha  Supper
Beth's Kitchen
Friday, December 1st
5:30 Cost $15 (tip not included)

Invitation Into Healing
Friday, December 15th
6:00-7:30 / $20.00

Winter Solstice
Thursday, December 21st
4:30pm Donation Based

SATYA with Marcia
Tuesdays at 6:00 pm

Asana ( or the physical practice) is just one limb of yoga. If you feel compelled to study further and learn about the other aspects of yoga, I highly recommend Amy’s intensives. In a supportive community you will discover what it means to journey on “ the path of practice.” After a long winter, spring into action and take the leap, you won’t be disappointed!
— Annie Beckwith
Sessions with Amy have helped bring so much clarity to my life, during such crucial times. Amy has the ability to help people tap into their Truths and help uncover the root of many issues.
— K.S, Yoga Teacher, Massage Therapist & Clothing Designer
Such great classes. If I stop going again someone needs to send out a search party!
— Heather Newton Westleigh