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Scriven Arts Colony yoga instructor Jade Badger.

Scriven Arts Colony yoga instructor Jade Badger.

Jade Badger teaches the finer points of Warrior II at the Scriven Arts Colony.

Jade Badger teaches the finer points of Warrior II at the Scriven Arts Colony.

[YOGA CLASSES HAVE ENDED FOR THE 2017 SEASON. WE'LL START THEM UP AGAIN IN THE SPRING OF 2018, EXACT DATE TBD.]

The Scriven Arts Colony offers a free one-hour yoga class each Saturday at 8 am. Set in a charismatic circa 1790 barn, the classes will be taught by Jade Badger, a one-time Gilmanton resident now moving back to town as she and her new husband, Bobby, build a home on Crystal Lake.

Currently a teacher in training at Yogaworks, in Boston, Jade has been practicing yoga for 17 years. Her classes will integrate Hatha and Vinyassa Flow as they focus on deepening the connection between mind, body, and breath. "It's great to be back in Gilmanton,” she says. “I hope my class will bring together yogis of all abilities.” 

Jade is an avid distance runner. Her son, Beck, is one of New Hampshire’s top high school swimmers, and her son, Bode, is an award-winning skier. 

If you have a yoga mat and props, please bring them. The Scriven Arts Colony will have a small batch of mats and props on hand for people who don’t have any.

Donations are encouraged but not required.