Mind and Movement Yoga- a mini-yoga retreat in Waterville Valley

Announcing Mind and Movement Yoga- a mini-yoga retreat in Waterville Valley


  • Learn small, slow, soft movements to take you to a state of calm

  • Open your joint spaces and build sensory-motor awareness
  • Discover your healing potential by learning new moves
  • Relax with Tibetan singing bowl, therapeutic sound and aromatherapy

This class inspires all levels and adults.  You don't need to be the super-flexible yoga image that you see in social media to participate.

What to Expect: This somatic workshop trains our breath, movement, gazing (drsti), sensing, and intuition.  We start off with 15 minutes of meditation.  We then move to small, vinyasa movements that are done lying down before coming up on our feet.  On our feet, we will do a short, vinyasa flow to heat up.  Then we return to the floor for yin stretching with long holds.  Blocks, blankets, bolsters, and straps are optional, and you'll receive personal assistance for set-up in restorative postures.  The session lasts approximately an hour and 45 minutes.  You'll lose track of time without doubt!

This private workshop is available by appointment for individuals and groups.  It is held in a fully equipped yoga studio located in Waterville Valley Town Square.  The studio is located on the 2nd floor above The Bookmonger, and is conducive for yoga with natural sunlight.  The studio can accommodate up to 20 people.

Online: helenyogatime.com


Waterville Valley Resort will reopen for the weekend of April 14-15, 2018

With more than 50 alpine trails and 30 km of Nordic trails still open and more snow storms on the horizon, Waterville Valley Resort will extend their season and add the weekend of April 14 – 15, 2018.  


Waterville Valley Resort will remain open for daily operations through Sunday April 8th then close Monday, April 9th through Friday, April 13th and reopen skiing and riding operations for Saturday, April 14th and Sunday, April 15, 2018.


“The snow conditions are incredible, and we want to play one more weekend before we all start to think summer and put our skis and boards away,” says Director of Marketing, Matt Hesser.  “The plan is to turn the lifts one more time and just have fun.”


Waterville Valley Resort plans to run the White Peaks Quad, the Valley Run Quad, the Green Peak Triple chair, and possibly the Lower Pasture Carpet surface lift.  For food service the plan is to open T-Bars Restaurant, the Marketplace, and the Schwendi Hutte at the summit.  Ticket prices will remain $45 for Adults, $35 for Teens, and $25 for kids 12 and under as well as Seniors.  Visit www.waterville.com for updates.

ski this spring in NH

It's Garden Thyme

The spring is upon us and the Rey Center is excited to start the process of opening up our gardens at the Mary Bierbrier Community Gardens.


This year The Rey Center is excited to add monthly community garden workshops, a community garden clean up day on May 11th, and you can look forward to programs like "Weeding and Water Colors," "Cocktails and Critters" and otherwise gardening based activities.

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Town of Waterville Valley Recreation Department

The friendly staff at the Waterville Valley Recreation Department is dedicated to creating recreational experiences that enhance an individual's quality of life, and contribute to the cultural environment here in Waterville Valley. Some seasonal activities include: Open Gym times, Adult programs, Fitness classes, Indoor Rock Climbing Wall, Pickleball, Concerts, Boat Rentals on Corcoran Pond, and a variety of Special Events and Field Trips. Whether someone lives in Waterville Valley full time or part-time, or is planning a vacation here, everyone is sure to enjoy the many recreational opportunities that await.

For more information, call 603 236-4695

SUMMIT Town of Waterville Valley

BMW XDrive Experience coming to Waterville Valley Resort

BMW will host an XDrive Experience driving event at Waterville Valley Resort on March 16th to 18th, and March 23-25 Friday through Sunday.  The dynamic and educational event will take place at Waterville Valley Resort.

The free to public, interactive and informative event with BMW professional drivers, is going to provide education and demonstrations for guests on teach safety tips and techniques for driving in winter conditions – exactly what all New Englanders need to know.


Join the BMW Winter xDrive Experience and test drive the full lineup of BMW Sport Activity Vehicles, including the all-new X3. Professional driving instructors will teach you how to conquer the winter elements using xDrive, BMW's intelligent all-wheel-drive system, through street drives and a timed autocross course.

Additionally, attendees will have the ability to see the first-ever BMW X2 on display.


BMW X series are known for its standout body styles, powerful engines, and advanced engineering. Optimal fuel consumption and advanced safety features create the perfect balance of thrills and peace of mind. With Waterville Valley hosting the unique expo, everyone can become the part of the thrilling experience.


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Olympians head to East Coast and Birthplace of Freestyle Skiing for 2018 U.S. Freestyle Championships

Next week, 48 years after the first National Freestyle Championships debuted on the slopes of Mt. Tecumseh, New Hampshire’s Waterville Valley Resort will welcome the Nation’s best mogul skiers for the 2018 U.S. Freestyle Championships, March 20-24th.


Waterville Valley Resort, the “Birthplace of Freestyle Skiing,” will host athletes from around the country, including 18 members of the 2018 U.S. Olympic Team, as they compete for national titles in ladies’ and men’s mogul and dual mogul events. Competition returns to the East Coast for the first time since 2012, following aerial events at the Utah Olympic Park.


Of the U.S. Ski Team athletes competing, seven hail from New England including New Hampshire native, Nessa Dziemian, of East Hampstead. Troy Murphy of Bethel, ME and Emerson Smith of Dover, VT will compete against fellow Olympic Team Members including Casey Andringa, who placed 5th in the Pyeongchang Games, claiming the best U.S. men’s Olympic finish since 2010. Olympic Bronze Medalist, Bryon Wilson, will also compete alongside younger brother, Bradley Wilson.


Founded by Olympian, Tom Corcoran, Waterville Valley Resort is no stranger to world-class skiers and events. Waterville Valley Resort became the birthplace of freestyle skiing in 1969 when it began the first organized freestyle skiing program and introduced the sport to the world stage while hosting the World Cup Finals that year. In 1970, alongside Skiing Magazine editor, Doug Pfeiffer, Corcoran organized and hosted the first National Championships of Freestyle Skiing at the Waterville Valley ski area. In recent years, Waterville Valley’s ski club, WVBBTS, has continued to produce world-class athletes including Olympic Moguls Gold Medalist Hannah Kearney and saw six alumni named to the 2018 U.S. Olympic team.


Ladies’ and men’s mogul finals will take place on Friday, March 23rd. Ladies’ and men’s dual moguls will take place on Saturday, March 24th. All events will be held on Lower Bobby’s Run, accessible by skiers with a valid lift ticket or pass, and free for spectators on foot who will receive one free round-trip ride on the Valley Run chairlift to access the event.


Schedule of Events: http://medias1.fis-ski.com/pdf/2018/FS/8360/2018FS8360PROG.pdf


Birthplace of Freestyle Skiing