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Join local yoga instructor Sue Faunce and Upper Saco Valley Land Trust staff members for an early morning peaceful practice by the water. We’ll meet at Albany Town Forest at 8AM on Sunday, November 8 for a gentle yoga practice focused on opening, breathing, and being present with the woods and waters, followed by a trail walk and some meditation time on the rocks. Let the busy mind have a break and take a little time to find some mental rest while moving your body in ways that feel good.
Bring water and dress in comfy clothes you can move in. You may also want to bring a towel or mat to use for sitting on the ground.
Sue Faunce offers outdoor yoga in the Mt Washington Valley through her company, Vayu Yoga. She leads guided hikes with yoga and meditation, Yoga in Schouler Park in North Conway during the summer, and snowshoe yoga on the trails of Mt Washington Valley Ski Touring during the winter. She also leads private classes. To learn more about Vayu Yoga, see: https://vayuyoganh.com/
Albany Town Forest was a 2012 project of USVLT. We worked in partnership with the Town of Albany and the Trust for Public Land to permanently preserve the 300-acre property located along the Swift River. The property protects the spectacular viewshed to Mount Washington from NH Route 16 and along the Kancamagus Highway, a National Scenic Byway. The town forest starts right behind Kennett Middle School in Conway, and then stretches west and crosses the Conway/Albany town line. While most of the property is forested, approximately 30 acres of land is also being leased to local farmers. White Mountains NEMBA helped to install loop trails throughout the property. The yoga walk will take place on the Swift River Trail. For more information about Albany Town Forest specifically, please see: https://www.usvlt.org/lands-with-developed-trails-and-trailheads
This is a free event. Space is limited. Please email us to pre-register: email@example.com