The Apple Acres yoga studio is a charming, small studio overlooking our orchards, our 250 year old oak tree, and the Saco River Valley. During Savasana (the ending rest period) you will hear the delightful sounds of birds, the brook whistling in the distance, the wind, and maybe the smell of cider doughnuts, too!
The studio holds classes for up to 10 students in a variety of styles and levels, and offers multi-class and seasonal discounts.
Don’t miss our Apple Blossom Yoga Special, May 20th from 9:30-12:30. Info & Register here
Our 2017 classes begin Tuesday, May 23rd
2017 class schedule:
Tuesdays @ 7PM Restorative Session
Thursdays @7PM Mixed level
Saturdays @ 9:30AM Mixed Level
Our 2017 Rates:
Drop in: $12/class
Five Class Pass: $50.00
Ten Class Pass: $90.00
Month Unlimited: $100
Seasonal (3 month, summer or fall) Unlimited: $275.00
Whole Season Unlimited (May-Oct): $525.00
What are the different types of yoga offered?
Restorative Yoga is very gentle, and best for those who have limited flexibility and core strength, and wish to slowly, carefully restore their bodies to balance. You will use many props to assist you in your journey. It is appropriate for all levels, especially beginners, and those over the age of 65. If you have more serious health concerns, please consult with your physical therapist or doctor before attending a yoga class .
…. Mixed Levels classes are exactly what they sound like. It is helpful to have some prior knowledge of yoga prior to attending a mixed class, but not necessary. Mixed levels classes will offer up variations on the poses which will allow more experienced yogis to power up their practice. The type of yoga will vary, most often using Hatha or Vinyasa styles with a focus on alignment, breath, and balance.
Do I need to bring my own gear?
..it is not necessary to bring your own gear, however we do have a limited supply of mats so if you have your own that is useful. Mat rental is $1 We strongly recommend that you bring a water bottle. Our tap water is from the Poland Spring aquifer, it’s delicious!
Where is the studio?
The studio is located directly above the Apple Acres store. Please park in the parking lot and enter through the main store entrance (on the front deck). During evening classes, the store will be empty, but lights will be on. The staircase is in the back corner, behind the wine & cider display. The studio is at the top of the stairs. The bathroom is also located on the second floor.
What should I know before my first class?
Please arrive 5-10 minutes before the start of the class.
We highly recommend bringing a water bottle, and having had a light, high protein meal 1-2 hours before the class. We do not recommend eating right before the class, unless it is something very small.
Please let the instructor know if you have any allergies (including aroma oils) or sensitive areas, or if you are pregnant.
Often, the instructor will assist you in realigning and balancing, or instruct you verbally on how to adjust yourself. Please let us know if you are not comfortable with being touched. The instructor is happy to answer any questions or concerns.
If you do not practice often, or if this is your first session, you may be sore the next day.
Please feel comfortable taking breaks, especially water breaks, during the session.
Dress in layers (you will warm up!). There will be a fan during the summer, and a heater during the fall.
We welcome your feedback about all aspects of the yoga session, and about times and days you would like to see classes held.
Do you offer yoga packages for weddings? Yes! We host weddings on the farm, and we offer yoga & meditation sessions for the bridal party. We can also offer you a session if you are not having your wedding at the farm! Please call us for rates at 207-710-8322
Do you offer yoga retreats? We offer a spring apple blossom yoga 1/2 day retreat with lunch (sign up here) and a fall harvest 1/2 day retreat with lunch.