Mahalo Art Center

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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.


Embodied Evolution

Groups forming for advanced and new participants: Click here for more information.    

Release the Grips 

Keep in touch regarding our next workshop on trauma and PTSD release. Click here for more information.   

Yoga with Christopher Beach 

Saturdays 8:45 - 10:15       classes resume Jan. 3rd
 $15/class, 5   $70/5 classes 

Private Therapy

Click here about private therapy, mentoring and counseling or call 802-451-9495


Click here for information about Sound Healing.  Our next gathering is Monday, December 22 at 7:30pm. This is a free event designed for bringing in light, personal healing and planetary evolution. This event is preceded by a potluck at 6pm.

FUNDRAISING/Friends of Mahalo Art Center

We are in the final stages of becoming a non-profit, and your financial help is needed and welcome! We need scholarship monies for folks who cannot pay for programming. Money is also welcome to pay the director and an administrative assistant. Stay posted and we will let you know of the progress in the wetlands, the meditation spaces outdoors, the Icosahedron shaped Moon Lounge, the central garden and circular driveway, etc. which have also benefited from your donations. Send money to Mahalo Art Center, 972 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT, 05301 or send money via paypal, below. If you want to make a tax deductible contribution, this is EASY -simply send a check made out to our fiscal agent, the Arts Council of Windham County (send to above address) and you will get the non-profit tax write-off.
WE ARE BECOMING A NON-PROFIT! WE ARE $400 dollars away from making this dream come true. Help if you can. Thank you :)

Thank you for helping Mahalo Art Center founder's SERVICE MISSION TO GUATEMALA

Capital Campaign

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 that is wheelchair accessible with a kitchen, bathroom and upstairs lodging for visitors! 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! If you want your donation to be made to a tax exempt organization (we are almost there but not quite) please make your check out to the ACWC (Arts Council of Windham County), our fiscal agent. Send it to Mahalo Art Center (address above and below) and we will get it. Mark it for the Mahalo Art Center Gathering Hall Project.

The film, below, is about some of the work of our founder, Luz Elena Morey, MA, RDT.

Beautiful 22-Minute Documentary Film About  Gathering In Gratitude


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The health of the Earth has come to depend upon the health of the human spirit, and while humanity has burgeoned numerically and attained vast powers technologically, the spiritual dimension of human life has disintegrated, resulting in a host of maladies and destructive consequences, individually and collectively. Now is the time for humanity to come together as one family and remember its source in the Eternal.
— Pir Zia Inayat Khan
This program helped me transform wounds into precious jewels.
— Grandfather Great Blue Heron, program participant
How can one not be grateful for the work Luz Elena shares with those who come to Mahalo Art Center, gathering to reconnect and refuel with an inner wisdom, theme, or life question- and then to transform it. The Gathering in Gratitude serves as a focus for this artful expression. This ongoing event feeds not only the audience and participants, but all the world!
— Teresa Savel, Early Childhod Advocate

Please help us continue this work!  Make a donation via Paypal

*’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.

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