Classes & Events

We request registration for all classes. Please call to register (203)-263-4868 or register in store with our customer service staff.  If you did not register prior to, and/or did not leave your contact information, please call ahead to confirm availability. Classes may fill up or be canceled. We can only contact registrants who have provided information.

 

Yoga with Jocelyn
Wednesdays 6-7:15pm
Jocelyn Rivera
A slow flowing class that allows you to get familiar with your body and the postures as well as pose variations so practice can meet you where you are. Yoga is adaptable! This class would be suitable for all levels of experience and ability from beginners to advanced yogis! Jocelyn is a 200hr certified yoga teacher and has been offering yoga classes that restore and revive since 2014.
$15 per class.

 

Kundalini Yoga Classes 
Mondays & Thursdays 6pm | Tuesdays & Fridays 9am
Anne Novak
A dynamic combination of movement, postures, breath work practices, meditation, and sound healing with the gong to strengthen the flow of healing energy through the body, improving physical health and fitness, relieving stress, and allowing us to deeply relax and enjoy life. Appropriate for all levels of experience and fitness. No registration required! For more info, contact annenovak@charter.net or visit  annenovakyoga.com

 

 

Alternative Baking
Tuesday November 12th 6-7 pm
Drew Mulvey, Certified Nutritionist
Do you have food sensitivities? Are you looking for ways to make your baking healthier? In this class, you will learn how to swap out unhealthy ingredients for nutrient-dense options, how to use alternative flours and products catered to special diets such as gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free and vegan, as well as whole food sweeteners that can be used in place of common sugar. When you have a sweet tooth or dietary limitation, it does not have to steer you away from enjoying your favorite treats with a twist! Come and learn how to cater to your taste buds and let your body reap the benefits from whole food nutrition!   Attendees will receive a $10 coupon to spend on their next purchase at New Morning Market.
$15.

 

Knit 2 Gather
Knitting Group to Benefit Safe Haven
Thursday’s November 7th, 14th, 21st + 28th  3-5pm
Julie Thorpe
Join New Morning Market’s knitting club! We’re crafting wearable items for Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury and welcome all levels to join! Yarn, needles, and refreshments are also provided. Come and pick a project (great if you have one already in mind!) to create and donate. All ages welcome! If you have yarn and supplies to donate, bring your donations to our Customer Service and Knit 2 Gather will put them to good use!
Free! Registration Required.

 

Spiritfire Breathwork
Friday November 15th 6pm
Sachin Hazen
SpiritFire Breathwork is a powerful modality using a specific breathing technique (rebirthing breath) to maximize oxygen intake and circulation, freeing the body’s innate intelligence. This practice releases physical, emotional, and energetic blocks, freeing up the power of the life force (chi), and bringing the body to the vibrational level of being fully alive. Led by holistic psychotherapist and intuitive Sachin Hazen, this event is part of the Living as Gods Spirit Circle series. For more information and testimonials, see http://keikiananda.com/spiritfire/. Please wear loose fitting clothes and bring a blanket.
$20.

 

Alternatives to Medication for ADD/ADHD
Wednesday November 20th 6:30pm
Dr. Shawn Carney, Northeast Natural Medicine, LLC
Children and adults both struggle with these difficult disorders which disrupt productivity and success in school and at work. For children, parents, and adults who do not want to use medications, there are effective and science-based natural treatment options. Join Dr. Carney for a discussion of alternatives.
Free! Registration Requested.

 

From Chronically Ill to Vibrantly Well: Recovery Through a Plant-Based Diet
Book Signing with Author Judy DeLorenzo
Saturday November 23rd 12pm
Judy DeLorenzo was chronically ill for over a decade. Eating a plant-based diet without soy, corn, modern wheat, and yeast was instrumental to her recovery. She published a cookbook and healthy eating guide, From Chronically Ill to Vibrantly Well: Recovery Through a Plant-Based Diet, to help others begin or continue their journey towards conscious eating and vibrant health. Judy has a plant-based nutrition certificate from T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and has also studied herbalism and homeopathy. She is a certified holistic health practitioner with advanced training in transformational energy healing.  Growing, cooking, and preserving fresh organic vegetables has been Judy’s lifelong passion.. You can view recipe photos and learn more at alifewellplanted.com.
Free! 

 

Songwriter’s Series
Saturday November 23rd 7:30pm
Join us for another incredible evening of music featuring four local singer songwriters performing original music! Doors open at 7pm in our handicapped accessible Community Room. Snacks will be available for purchase and donations for the performance are graciously accepted. For more info, contact Doug Mahard at 203-266-6688.
Free!

 

 

Knit 2 Gather
Knitting Group to Benefit Safe Haven
Thursdays December 5th, 12th, 19th + 21st  3-5pm
Julie Thorpe
Join New Morning Market’s knitting club! We’re crafting wearable items for Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury and welcome all levels to join! Yarn, needles, and refreshments are also provided. Come and pick a project (great if you have one already in mind!) to create and donate. All ages welcome! If you have yarn and supplies to donate, bring your donations to our Customer Service and Knit 2 Gather will put them to good use!
Free! Registration Required.

 

The Missing Prescription: Lifestyle Medicine
Saturday December 7th 11:30 am
Jane Hunter, MD
What is a lifestyle medicine prescription and why is it essential to your health? In this class, we’ll discuss what we can learn from the “Blue Zone” societies about longevity and health and why a whole food, plant-predominant diet is recommended by major health organizations. Diet, exercise, sleep, positive psychology, and community connection all relate to lifestyle medicine. Come explore how to identify personal health goals and how to turn them into realistic action plans.
Free! Registration Requested.

 
Introductory Zentangle® Workshop
Sunday December 8th 1 pm
Debbie Barry
Zentangle® is a simple and creative way to relax and de-stress while creating beautiful designs on square paper “tiles.” Join us in a relaxing workshop where you will be guided in creating your own tile to take home. No experience necessary. No artistic ability needed. All materials provided. Attendees will be offered a special promotion for future classes.
$15.