.

Yoga On The Beach, Movies, Music From Madison Beach Hotel

Local residents welcome, hotel's owner and general manager say.

 

Madison Beach Hotel has invited a Connecticut yoga instructor to provide yoga sessions on the beach in front of the hotel. The sessions are open the instructor's regular students, hotel guests, and to local residents, hotel General Manager John Mathers says.

Mathers was enjoying a cup of coffee on the lower veranda of the Madison Beach Hotel Saturday morning, with owner Ric Duques and two Madison residents who were just finishing breakfast, which is served, along with a view of Long Island Sound, seven days a week.

Yoga instructor Robin Cronin was just finishing up a session with some of her regular students and hotel guests on the beach.

Anyone interested should call Cronin directly

Mather said Cronin, of Sacred Lotus in Wallingford, CT will be offering future sessions on the beach and that anyone interested should call her directly. Cronin said she can be contacted by phone at 203-631-1950.

She said the yoga series is in its intial stages, that she is still developing a schedule, and that she is happy to talk with anyone who might be interested.

The hotel also is offering a movie series at sundown on Tuesday evenings on the grassy strip in front of the hotel.

Hotel still seeking local musicians, artists, and artisans for Grassy Strip series

Local residents are invited to bring a blanket and join any hotel guests who might be attending.

And the Grassy Strip Music series is scheduled for Thursday nights. Featuring musicians from New York City, Boston, and the area, it also will feature local artists and artisans who would like to display their work and wares.

Mathers said he would be interested to talk with any local musicians, artists, or artisans who might be interested in participating. He can be contacted at john.mathers@madisonbeachhotel.com. The hotel is located at 94 West Wharf Road, right across from the town-owned West Wharf Beach.

Boards

More »
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something
See more »