Classes & Events


Food Drive
The NVCC Pantry  Feeding Student Success
Sunday April 22 10 am – 2 pm
Did you know 25% of community college students qualify as having very low food security? Donations of items will be collected here at New Morning Market on Sunday April 22. Items needed include: cooking oil, rice, pasta sauce, spices, peanut butter, dried beans, canned tuna, granola bars, and healthy snacks.


Guided Meditation
Wednesday April 25th 6:30 pm
Morgan Leever, MEd
Curious about meditation? Come experience an hour of guided meditation and sound healing aimed to help you release tension, sleep better, and cultivate overall happiness. No prior experience necessary! Beginners welcome and encouraged! The last 15 minutes of class you will relax even further by listening to Tibetan singing bowls and gong.
Tickets: $15

Yoga Class
Friday, April 27,5pm-6pm
Grace Magnusson
Join Grace two Fridays each month for a chill yoga flow; perfect for stretching, strengthening and staying centered. Enjoy the company of friends and music, all while getting to know yourself better. Class is paced for beginners with options for variations to make it work best for you.
Tickets: $10.00(click on date to register)

Potato Planting Primer
Saturday April 28 1-2 pm
Holli Cederholm
Interested in growing your own potatoes? Join us for an informative session! Experienced organic grower Holli will go over prepping, planting, cultivation, and harvest. Each participant will leave with the know-how and enough seed potatoes to yield five pounds of potatoes from their own garden!
Tickets $25

Spring Into Better Health (with Knowledge and Nature as your Guide)
Saturday April 28th 11:00 am
Sunday April 29th 2:00 pm
Jodi Schnieder, Nutrition Coach
Spring is the season of rebirth, renewal, and regrowth. A time to renew our body and mind. It is never too late to begin healing. We must begin caring for ourselves in a way that will promote more energy, better sleep, stronger immunity, a sharper mind, and a lighthearted nature. Learn how when our eating habits and activities are in rhythm with the changing seasons, we will naturally become healthier in body, mind, and spirit! Tickets $15.00. Click on date of class to register.

Singer Songwriter Series
Saturday April 28th 7:30 pm

Join your community and enjoy an evening of live music performed by four singer songwriters in our spacious community room! Donations are graciously accepted, and snacks are available for purchase. FREE!

Looking for a delicious dinner before the show? Check out the Grille at New Morning Market.


Friday May 4th 6 pm 
Friday May 25  6 pm
Sachin Hazen
A series of presentations, discussions, and circles led by holistic psychotherapist and intuitive Sachin Hazen. Our thoughts and beliefs create our reality, our experience of life. This is a god-like quality. Our task is to do this consciously, as opposed to unconsciously. We must create a life we want, not one based on unconscious beliefs and fears. We support each other to grow, develop, and become as we were designed to be: conscious, aware, kind, wise, intelligent, prosperous, joyful, blissful, beautiful, excellent, fearless, strong, powerful, and insightful.  We will raise our vibration, releasing limiting beliefs, manifesting what we want.  Music, meditation, and essential oils are part of each session. Tickets $15 (click on date of class to register)

 Spotty Dog Rescue Bottle Drive
Saturday May 5th – Sunday May 6th
Save your returnable bottles and cans! Spotty Dog Rescue will be here at New Morning to collect your returnables and will also be accepting donations to help sweet pups in need. Meet adorable adoptable dogs too!



Protect Our Pollinators Benefit Concert
Saturday May 5th 7:00-10:00 pm
Benefit concert and auction for pollinators with Jackie Gaudet, Joe Jacovino, and friends. Come and enjoy an entertaining and eclectic evening of song to benefit the bees and butterflies! All proceeds are for Protect our Pollinators, a grassroots group based in Newtown. Help them to continue their advocacy work for bee and butterfly conservation, and to raise awareness of reducing the use of pesticides. Repertoire will be closely and loosely related to pollinators, the environment, and activism. Professional and amateur musicians are ready to entertain, humor, and move you, all for the benefit of the bees and butterflies! For those who wish to join us, there will be opportunities to sing along and raise your voice in song! To round out the evening, we invite you to peruse our silent auction, visit our “Protect our Pollinators” display table, and chat with our members while enjoying light snacks and desserts. We thank you for helping to create some buzz around this event and we look forward to your “bee-ing” there! Suggested donation: $15 for adults, $10 for students. Cash or check only (for the auction as well). Reservations recommended; call Mary Gaudet-Wilson at 203-417-1109. 

Animal Communication Introduction
Sunday May 6th 10:30 am – 2:30 pm
Kim Tallcouch, RMT
Animal intuitive communication can improve and strengthen the bond between caretaker and pet. It can help to increase participants’ awareness of their pet’s physical and emotional well-being, while aiding them in understanding their companion’s methods of coping with physical pain, stress, fear, past trauma, and anxiety. Intuitive communicate can help participants to realize the healing and guidance their pet may be bringing into their life. Everyone has the capacity to increase their level of intuition and understanding with pets through love, intention, and focus. The elements of this class include: preparing attendees to open the channels of intuitive communication with their animal companion; assisting them in becoming more aware of the connection between their pet’s behavior and what the pet may be trying to tell them; and examining the ways in which animals serve to act as guides or messengers for us. There will also be a guided meditation to help deepen the participants’ connection and perspective of the animal kingdom. Tickets $40.00

 Give Bees a Chance Event
Wednesday May 9th 6:00 pm
Tom Dadant, Educational Trainer for Host Defense
Mounting research validates the negative impact on honey bees of long-term low level exposure to combinations of toxic pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides. Repeat research on mushroom mycelium extracts has demonstrated supportive impact upon human immune systems. New research at WSU’s Department of Entomology indicates that these mycelial extracts may have profound effects on viral presence in honey bees and may also have a positive impact on honey bee life span.

FREE! Register Here

Saturday May 12th 10 am – 4 pm
 A day of valuable resources and fun activities for the whole family! The Children’s Holistic Health Fair helps families thrive through offering resources for health and behavioral challenges. The fair showcases programs, products, and services to meet the demands of raising children with social, behavioral, learning, developmental, and health issues.
Discover Holistic Options!
-Allergies, asthma, & food sensitivities treatment with low dose immunotherapy
-Autism, ADHD, ADD, & SPD health coaching
-Cranial Sacral therapy; epigenetics (root causes of disease); essential oils; family nutrition and healthy meal habits; herbalism; nature as healer; holistic psychotherapy; home and environmental toxins; homeopathy; hypnosis; Lyme disease coaching; mitochondrial therapy; music therapy; naturopathic medicine; PANS-PANDAS; and more!
Attractions – Prizes – Giveaways!
-Keynote Speakers: Beth Lambert from Epidemic Answers + Gabriella True from New England PANS/PANDAS Association
-Presentations; exhibitors; authors; children’s activities; raffle prizes awarded all day; and more! Complete information here.
Free Admission!
One free ticket per family. Entrance will be given to advance ticket-holders first, so be sure to register. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Sign-up here.

Meditate with the Violet Flame to Purge Your Aura
Tuesday May 15th 6:30 pm
Linda Czaplinski
Our energy field, or aura, can take on the positive and negative activity around us, impacting our moods and emotions. What’s stuck in your aura? Would you like to feel more happiness and less negativity? Invoke the Violet Flame. Violet has the highest frequency in the color spectrum and can be directed to transmute negative records. Re-qualifying energy clears the way to greater contentment and balance.  Improving our personal world sparks a ripple affect that improves the world at large.  Tickets $20.00

 What’s in Your Honey Bear? A Guided Honey Tasting Workshop
Wednesday May 16th 6 – 7:30 pm
Beekeeper, Italian-trained honey expert, and founder of Red Bee Honey, Marina Marchese will demystify the finer aspects of honey and its benefits during a guided tasting of 6 varietal honeys paired with cheese, seasonal produce, and chocolate prepared by New Morning Market. You will learn how honeybees make this liquid gold and how nectar source and region affect it while engaging your senses to pick out aromas and flavors in each honey. Discover why crystallized honey is a sign of quality, what raw and organic actually mean when it comes to honey, and why honey in the comb is considered the purest form. This is truly a unique honey lover’s experience! Tickets $25.00

Group Medium Readings
Friday May 18th 6 – 7:30 pm
Janine Mangiamele
Join Janine for an uplifting evening of messages and affirmations from your loved ones who have passed.  Participants are welcome to bring photos of loved ones and pets.
Tickets $30


New Morning Market Anniversary Celebration
Saturday May 19th 11 am – 4 pm
Come celebrate with us! Mark your calendar for an afternoon of sampling, demos, outdoor grilling, and raffles. More information coming soon!



Intuitive Movement Class
Tuesday May 22 5:30 – 7 pm
Lisa Lent, LMT
A movement class for those who hate to exercise to gently improve posture, flexibility, and overall vitality. This “effortless exercise” movement class is for people who aren’t comfortable with gyms, yoga, or Tai chi. By moving, with ease, you can feel better now. Lisa, a Group Fitness Instructor and Licensed Massage Therapist, shares what works for her to significantly improve mood, posture and body mechanics, and body-acceptance, with this fun and mindful movement class. Learn more here. Tickets $15.00

Monthly Guided Meditation and Sound Healing
Wednesday May 23rd 6:30 – 7:30 pm
Morgan Leever, MEd
Come experience an hour of guided meditation and sound healing aimed to help you release tension, sleep better, and cultivate overall happiness. No prior experience necessary! Beginners welcome and encouraged! For this class we will focus on new beginnings and releasing what no longer serves us. Enjoy the relaxing sounds of Tibetan singing bowls and gong during the last 15 minutes.
Tickets: $15.00

Dietary Advice and Natural Therapies for Type 2 Diabetes
Tuesday May 29 6:00 pm
Dr. Shawn Carne
Type 2 diabetes is becoming an epidemic. Dr. Shawn M. Carney, a naturopathic physician at Northeast Natural Medicine, LLC, will address how problems with blood sugar control develop. He will provide information on how to prevent type 2 diabetes, and what to do once diagnosed. Dr. Carney will also discuss specific dietary recommendations and supplements that can be very effective in helping control blood sugar levels and prevent debilitating complications.

Tickets $10.00

Singer Songwriters
Saturday May 26th 7:30 pm
Join us for another incredible evening of original music! Four local singer songwriters are performing upstairs in New Morning’s handicap-accessible Community Room. Doors open at 7 pm. Snacks available for purchase. Donations for the performance are graciously accepted.  Info:  Doug at 203-266-6688.  FREE!

Don’t forget to check out the Grille at New Morning Market for great dinner options before the show!


Health Myths – Busted!
Wednesday May 30th 6:30 pm
Dr. Kenneth Hoffman
Do I take calcium supplements or drink more milk? Should I follow a low-fat diet? Will eggs raise my cholesterol? These are some of the most common questions asked by patients throughout the years. This talk will focus on “busting” all the health advice that has continued in spite of whether it was true or not. Additionally, Dr. Kenneth Hoffman, DACM, Medical Director of SOPHIA Natural Health Center in Brookfield and host of “The Natural Medicine Connection” on WLAD Danbury, will discuss questions like: What are the best anti-inflammatory foods? How can I beat diabetes naturally? Can I prevent cardiovascular disease with diet? What is the best overall healthy diet to lose weight? Free! Register Here.


Facials, Skin Care, and Waxing
Dana Salvador
Call to schedule: 203.731.9354

Private Counseling – Individuals and Groups
Jenny Casey, LCSW Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Tuesdays 6-7:30pm
Call to schedule: 860-248-0185

Naturopathic Physician
Shawn Carney, N.D.
1st & 3rd Fridays 9am – 1pm
Every 3rd Saturday 9am – 1pm
Call to schedule: 800-723-2962

Nutritionist and Clinical Herbalist
Alison Birks, MS (AHG) CNS.
Contact to schedule: 203-263-0673 ext. 355 or

EFT & Holistic Therapy
Dawyn Cloud-Alter, B.S., M.S.M.F.T., C.F.H., E.F.T.
Call to schedule: 203-297-4193

Integrative Nutrition Health Coach
Jodi Schneider
Call to schedule: 603-731-4838

Massage Therapy with Lisa Lent
Lisa Lent, LMT
Call to schedule: 860-605-4043

Hypnosis for Health
Kim Nagle, CH CI
Call to schedule: 203-565-6495

Kundalini Yoga Classes 
Anne Novak
Monday & Thursday – 6 pm
Tuesday & Friday – 9 am
A dynamic combination of movement, postures, breath work, meditation, and sound healing with the gong to strengthen the flow of healing energy through the body, improve physical health and fitness, relieve stress and allow us to deeply relax and enjoy life. Appropriate for all levels of experience and fitness. No registration required!
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