About Coast of Maine

Our Coast of Maine Yoga Retreat House (main building) is located next to prestigious Kennebunkport and has 8 bedrooms, four bathrooms, a builtin pool and is a 1/4 mile walk to the Amtrak station, craft breweries, live music, coffee shops so you don’t have to drive to get here, and you don’t have to drive when you get here.

We are also on a 22 mile bike path which takes you to several lighthouses.

We seek relationships with yoga studios/teachers as your home away from home for your yoga and spiritual practice.

“The body is your temple, Keep it pure and clean for the soul to reside in.”
B.K.S. Iyengar

Huffington Post: What I Learned From Horses About Yoga and Life

by: Kathryn E. Livingston

Recently, I had an unexpected opportunity to spend two days at a yoga retreat center in Vermont with about 20 other yoga teachers from the East Coast. The Stowe Mountain Ranch Yoga Retreat Center is particularly known for its “Yoga With Horses Program” put together by Stowe “Namaste Cowboy” Gerry Scott, a creative, energetic, professional equestrian who also practices yoga. I was excited but as I set out, one friend’s skepticism rang in my ears: “Yoga I get. Horses I get. Yoga and horses? I don’t get it.”

I didn’t really get it, either. All I knew was that I needed a get away. I’d been feeling sick and stressed out, over-worked and unsure of my path. Still, it seemed a little crazy and even my children (three young adult males), were wary. “Horses are unpredictable!” one warned, “Wear a helmet and watch your feet!” My God, they were beginning to sound like me! Nevertheless, off I trotted on the nearly six-hour journey from New Jersey to the land of maple syrup, Ben & Jerry’s and Bernie Sanders (with my dear friend Dee, also a yoga teacher).





All activities on these grounds are subject to the Equine Inherent Risk Law. By your presence on these grounds you have indicated that you have accepted the limits of liability resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities.


All persons in this area will be regarded as participants and limited by the INHERENT RISKS LAW.


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