A project of Friends of Lost River Valley
When you walk through the doors of Lost River Yoga, you will make new friends, learn to practice safe yoga poses, and experience the spiritual aspects of yoga philosophy. You will have fun in the process and leave with a stronger, more flexible body and a calmer and more peaceful mind. Find out why so many people are
exploring this ancient tradition of exercising the body and the mind.
My massage therapy studio is adjacent to my home and has its own private outside entrance. Upon arrival please relax in the small reception room where I will meet you. I have a selection of CDs featuring nature sounds, lite jazz, and other musical styles. If you have special music that helps you to relax, please feel free to bring a CD with you. My massage table has a deep cushion top and a face cradle to maximize your comfort. Throughout the massage you will be draped with cotton sheets. I use only Biotone® organic massage creme with jojoba and shea butter. Types of massage include: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports Massage, Reflexology, Myofascial Release, Joint Mobilization and other modalities.
Rustic yet refined is what you will experience at the Guesthouse Lost River, an award winning Bed & Breakfast and Inn. Private massage room with WV certified masseuses. Signature massages are available (reservations with 24 hour notice are required, if available reservations may be made upon check-in but cannot be guaranteed).
The Bhavana Society is a community of monastics and lay people living according to the precepts and practices laid down by the Buddha, Siddhattha Gotama, over 2500 years ago. The Pali word “Bhavana” means mental cultivation and Bhavana is dedicated to the practice of Theravadan Buddhist meditation which refers to the oldest school of Buddhism. Located in rural West Virginia, the monastery and meditation center provides opportunities for people to come to organized retreats as well as personal retreats and personal visits of varying lengths. Lay people who are dedicated to the practice of Theravada Buddhism may live at the center in support of the monastery for periods from two weeks to a year or more.