Gentle Yoga with Marsha Rudolph
Mondays • 6:00 pm to 7:30 p.m.
Marsha Rudolph, MA, RYT, Registered Yoga Teacher, and a local river town resident, has been teaching a gentle form of yoga for the last 10 years, and breath awareness for the last 22 years. Classes consist of a series of gentle yoga stretches, combined with the breath, to increase flexibility, build strength, release tension and improve overall health and vitality.
Join Marsha for her “dream” yoga class along the beautiful and scenic Delaware River at the historic Prallsville Mills Complex in Stockton, NJ. Weekly classes are held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on the porch in the Quarry House. First class is free!
Please e-mail Marsha at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Bring a mat or towel to class, and wear comfortable clothing.
Individual Class: $15 • 5-Class Pack: $60 • 10-Class Pack: $100
*Note: Each student should be a member of the Mill Society. The first 2 yoga classes will be free to offset the DRMS membership fee for new members. Click to be come a member.
Beats Night! Live Original Poetry Readings
the New Hope Beat Poets Society is a group of local poets whose mission is to write, laugh, and be merry. The group meets the second Wednesday of every month at 7pm at Prallsville Mills, 33 Risler Street in Stockton, NJ to share their original work in an open forum.
All poets and listeners are welcome to join.
Simple Tai Chi with Judi Hason
Wednesdays • 5:45 to 6:45 p.m.
New Beginner Tai Chi class forming at the Prallsville Mills! Absolutely no experience needed. We encourage you to come and enjoy yourself, laugh, move slowly and create good health.
Fee: $15 per class and a yearly membership to the Prallsville Mills.
Every Wednesday in the Grist Mill 3:30pm-4:30pm Go to the Ways to Give tab to become a member today! Instructor: Judith Hason 908-777-5254
It can be done by people of all ages and will help you with balance, coordination and concentration. There are many styles of Tai Chi and this is one of the most practiced forms in both the United States and China.
Tai Chi is taught in slow relaxed movements that are simple and graceful. It is said that people who practice this ancient Chinese art, develop healthy bodies and alert sharp minds. Tai Chi is often called a moving meditation, and has long been known as a way of developing health and longevity. You will learn 24 movements of this form and be taught the philosophy and application of this beneficial, healthful exercise.
About Judi Hason
Judi Hason is certified by The Wudang Taoist Association to teach Wudang Qigong, Meditation and Tai Chi.
She has multiple certifications by Dr. Paul Lam to teach Tai Chi for Arthritis, Tai Chi for Diabetes and Tai Chi for Osteoporosis. Judi also holds advanced certification as a Wudang Qigong Healer and is a certified Medical Qigong Therapist with 500 hours of training.
An avid world traveler, Hason has studied with many illustrious Masters including a Taoist Priest, with whom she studied intensively both in the United States and at Wudang Mountain in the northwestern part of Hubei Province of China from 1997 to 2007. Wudang Mountain has been considered a spiritual sanctuary for over two thousand years and is the primary center for Taoist Internal Martial Arts in China. It has only been open to international students and visitors since 1983.
Judi’s spiritual journey coincided with a very personal search for self-healing. Unable to find relief from a chronic illness, she turned to a Chinese Tai Chi/Qigong Master for guidance. It was this chance introduction that changed the course of her life, inspiring within her a great passion for learning and practicing sacred healing arts.
Guided daily by a genuine sense of discovery, wonderment, honor and appreciation for the profound benefits of Chinese Internal Martial Arts and Taoist philosophy, Hason leads multi-level Tai Chi/Qigong/Meditation classes
Pilates at the Mill
Whether you're a runner, golfer, skier or couch potato, Pilates is for everyone! People of many different levels of fitness who try Pilates say they've seen improvements in range of motion, flexibility, circulation, posture and abdominal strength with decreases in back, neck and joint pain. All fitness levels welcome.
Every Thursday evening at 6pm
Tour the Prallville Mills
Thursdays • 1 to 4 p.m.
Guided tours of the historic Prallsville Mills are available by appointment and on Thursday afternoon from June until September. The 10-building complex includes a grist mill, linseed oil mill, saw mill and granary, most dating back to the late 1700s. The buildings are considered a significant example of early American industrial architecture.
Volunteer and Train to Be a Mill Docent
Become a part of our history. Join us for a tour and learn more about becoming a mill docent.
Call 609-397-3586 for more information.