Mahalo Art Center hosts innovative educational and therapeutic programs for people interested in living more conscious, fulfilling, creative and spiritually fulfilling lives connected with the great mystery of our natural world. Mahalo Art Center provides retreats and professional trainings for leaders, teachers and healers who facilitate personal and communal wellness programs. We also host visitors and students who would like to work on our grounds. Mahalo Art Center programs include explorations of ancient and modern nature-connected healing and expressive arts, including visual arts, dance, theater, music and writing. Our facilities include the Mahalo Rose sound healing temple, break-out spaces, and lovely permaculture-inspired organic gardens, including fruit and nut trees, berry bushes, and a variety of perennial and annual herbs, vegetables, flowers, and other staples.
HELP OUR SERVICE MISSION TO GUATEMALA
Groups forming for advanced and new participants: Click here for more information.
Yoga with Christopher Beach:
Will resume in the fall!
Yoga with Lisa Nigro:
Tuesdays June 17 - July 29, 5:30 - 6:45
$80/7 classes, $14/class
YOUNG WOMEN'S CAMP
We have currently used up all our scholarship monies and still need to help folks who cannot pay for programming. Please donate to the scholarship fund! Send money to Mahalo Art Center, 972 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT, 05301.
With your help we have come this far in manifesting Mahalo Art Center. We serve hundreds of people each month in a variety of ways. To continue and expand our services, we need your ongoing support. We are planning on building a gathering hall and making other needed expansions. This is expensive work ( ~$80,000) yet this will support necessary community-building! PLEASE HELP. Send a check to Mahalo Art Center, 972 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT, 05301 or call Luz Elena and come by to talk about this! Non-profit donations are possible via our fiscal agent. Please ask about this.
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*’Mahalo’, from the Hawaiian language, means ‘thank you’ and ‘may you be in the presence of divine breath.’ Based in Brattleboro, Vermont, Mahalo Art Center staff travel world wide.