Letting Go with the Autumn Equinox: A Yoga Practice in the Garden

Letting Go with the Autumn Equinox: A Yoga Practice in the Garden

with Mae Corwin

On the autumn equinox, day and night are of equal length, marking the need to balance the light and darkness within ourselves. We are also reminded, as the leaves begin to fall, of nature's cycles of renewal (spring) and impermanence (fall). During this special yoga class, we explore outdoor art depicting life's natural cycles, before practicing breath with movement in an all-levels outdoor yoga class.

Yogis must bring their own mats. Wear comfortable clothing that will allow you to stretch. Garden gates open at 9 a.m. at Spring Street. All participants will be required to sign waivers upon arrival. Yoga mats must be checked at coat check after class if you plan on exploring the museum.

Advance tickets required. To reserve a space call (207) 775-6148.

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All-levels class with Mae Corwin

Hailing from NYC, Mae is excited to bring her upbeat, inspired energy to Maine's flourishing yoga community. Growing up in a family of yogis, Mae feels her life has been inspired by the East in many ways. Mae's affinity for yoga first began at 6 years old at an ashram in Woodstock, New York where she picked up an asana book and began copying complex poses to the bewilderment of onlookers. With a growing interest in holistic health and preventative medicine and a keen eye for movement anaylsis, she decided to take on yoga as a lifestyle and career. Mae completed her 200 hour Vinyasa training in 2011 at Atmananda in Manhattan, followed by her 500 hour Hatha training in 2014 at an ashram in the south of India.