Yoga & Movement

Come experience yoga and movement classes in two pristine, state of the art studios overlooking our peaceful White Mountain landscape. Movement classes  include qiqong, pilates and meditation. Our yoga and movement classes offer the opportunity to deepen your awareness and self-understanding through breath, movement and meditation. There are many different styles of yoga and movement. While each style has benefits, it is important to evaluate your own needs. In addition to our scheduled classes, the wellness center offers a wide variety of workshops and retreats.





Rose Goldblatt

Rose’s first teacher was her father, David Goldblatt, who has been teaching yoga since 1976. From the start, Rose loved how yoga stretched and strengthened her body. At 15, she went to a class taught by Patricia Walden, a renowned Senior Level Iyengar teacher, and realized then that yoga would become her life’s work. After nine years intensely dedicated to studying and practicing Iyengar yoga, Rose became the youngest person to ever receive an Iyengar Teacher certification in the United States. In twelve years of teaching, she has completed four levels of this rigorous certification, and is now an intermediate junior 2 level teacher. Rose has traveled regularly to India to study directly with the Iyengars, and now nurtures an ever growing following of devoted students.

Rose is a naturally gifted yoga teacher who teaches attention to alignment in a variety of levels of yoga from gentle to advanced. Her teaching is professional, yet soft. She is precise, yet fun. She offers challenge, yet compassion. Rose’s students often spend years studying yoga with her, finding sanctuary in the quiet calm that Rose creates in her classes. Her love and dedication to yoga shines through in her teaching.

Rose is indebted to all the Senior Level Iyengar teachers who instruct her, particularly Patricia Walden, Joan White, and Janice Vien. She also recognizes Edwin Bryant for his work with her on both the Yoga Sutras and the Bhaghavad Gita. And finally, Rose honors Mr. Iyengar, whose work inspires her each and every day as a student and a teacher of the eight elements of yoga.

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IMG_9021Tina Mangold

Tina started practicing yoga regularly in 2007. It only took about a year until she developed a “serious” relationship with her yoga practice. She completed her Kundalini Yoga teacher training at Golden Bridge NYC. Science based kundalini yoga can strengthen the nervous system & physical body to help face life’s inevitable challenges and she was hooked after her first class. Tina is also a certified Holistic Health Coach with the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. An ongoing process of learning is what provides the fresh insights that inspire her teaching.

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CarynCaryn Clark

Caryn Clark is a certified yoga instructor, Nia White Belt, licensed massage therapist and member of AMTA. She brings to her practice a BS in Art Therapy, along with over 25 years of experience in YMCA Camping and Outreach development. She has combined her love of art, yoga, the outdoors, and bringing people together to create retreats and programs that open hearts and minds inviting participants to explore their deepest desires and touch their yogic souls. Inspired by many teachers over the years, Caryn continues exploring yoga, Nia, massage and various arts to expand her knowledge and her practice. She has a passion for beauty and a compassionate view of humanity that infuses her life and work.

Yoga with Caryn is a gentle hatha flow with an approach to practice that honors each individual’s unique creativity and spirit. Weaving together asana, breathwork, music, heart centered readings, guided meditations, intuitive movement and a variety of other techniques, Caryn creates an atmosphere that is nurturing and accepting. Mondays 9:00–10:15am beginning December 16th. All levels are welcome.

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Becca has travelled extensively for over 20 years studying healing, movement and martial arts. She is currently teaching in the Liu family tradition of medical Qigong and Taoist medicine.  She lives in Franconia. NH, where she has a thriving private practice.

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Version 2Abby Pisegna

Around 2007 I was introduced to yoga and was immediately intrigued. I sporadically attended classes and all I knew was that it made me “feel better”. In 2012, after hitting a wall with fear and anxiety, my friend told me about an upcoming yoga teacher training with Divine Play Yoga. I signed up for this teacher training with no intention of becoming a yoga teacher, but to deepen my own practice, find self-love and peace. The teachings of yoga, mindfulness and energy work transformed my perspective on life and offered a different lifestyle. I now find refuge in my daily practice and gratitude in each moment.

I have over 500 hours of yoga teacher training, including 500 hours of yoga teacher training with Divine Play Yoga, created by Claire Este-McDonald and Gregor Singleton (based out of Boston). I have studied trauma sensitive practices with Dr. Dan Libby from Veterans Yoga Project and hands on assisting with Divine Play Yoga.

In 2011, I earned a B.A. in Psychology from Boston University, and my background trainings include first aid, child care, mental health, addiction, and trauma. Before becoming a full time yoga instructor, I worked in social services for several years, dabbling in childhood education and mental illness rehabilitation.

Known for keepin’ it real, my classes are dynamic and challenging, balanced with a healthy dose of humor, restorative stillness and meditative pauses. Dig deeper into yourself, your patterns, your stories, your heart. Infused with my relentless curiosity, love of nature and compassion, these classes are extremely breath focused and accessible to all.

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2015-09-25 14.37.35[6]Monica Plante

Monica Plante is a Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher at the Introductory I & II level. Monica has been teaching yoga in the White Mountains of New Hampshire since 2015. She has been studying with David Goldblatt and Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher (CIYT) Rose Goldblatt since 2003. In March 2016 Monica  completed a Yoga Teacher Training program with CIYT Janice Vien at the Yoga Connection LLC in Grantham,NH.

Recognizing the benefits of a yoga practice Monica wishes to share her knowledge and guidance to others willing to embark on their own inward journey. Yoga is a deep and multi-faceted subject that can be accessed by anybody with an interest to learn. As one embarks down a yogic path it is not only yoga that is understood but also oneself.

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Tish Webber

Tish Webber is a 500 hour Yoga Alliance certified yoga instructor. Her training was through the Pathways Yoga System for Wellness which focused on teaching yoga to individuals of all levels of fitness. The basis for the form of yoga studied was Arhum Yoga, a form of yoga practiced by Jain monks. It merges the principles of Hatha, Raja and Laya yoga as well as the science of sound. Tish also holds a B.S. degree in Nutrition, is an medical herbalist and is Reiki II certified.

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ChristieChristie Ann Rochette

Christie is an accredited Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist, a certified Yoga Instructor, a trained Childlight Kids Yoga Teacher, as well as a qualified Human Behavioral Consultant. Her main focus is on living a preventative lifestyle with healing modalities from holistic health approaches, including both Yoga and Ayurveda, amongst other therapeutic methods, such as Aromatherapy. She has a natural desire to help others and enjoys sharing her passion with those who are interested in empowering themselves by reclaiming their own individual health.

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