Community Events

At Mountain View Wellness we recognize that we we are a part of a larger community and therefore have many opportunities to do good. Please take a peek below and see how you can become involved in helping our community beyond Mountain View.

Community Classes
At least once a month, we will be offering a community/donation-based yoga class to benefit a local non-profit. Check out our latest offerings:


Community Class for Smilow Cancer Hospital:
The Breast Center

  • Sunday, October 27, 2019, 10:30 AM 11:30 AM

Because October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. we will be offering this all-levels donation-based yoga class giving 100% of the proceeds to The Breast Center at Smilow Cancer Hospital. . The Breast Center offers coordinated, state-of-the-art care for patients with benign and malignant diseases of the breast. An interdisciplinary team of specialists provides dedicated personalized care, innovative treatment options and cutting edge research. Let us come together and support each other and the ones we love.
*This is an all-levels classes and perfect for those curious about yoga as well as seasoned practitioners.
Suggested donations $10, but more is always welcome.
Cash only please. Feel free to register online or just come! The more the merrier :).


Trees of Hope to Benefit the Ronald McDonald House

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This year Mountain View Wellness will be participating in the Trees of Hope to Benefit the families of the Ronald McDonald House. We will be making decorations for a Christmas tree, decorating the tree, and collecting gift cards to go under the tree. We will decorate the Tree on Sunday, December 1st and our tree will be raffled off on the Weekend of December 7th and 8th. Here are ways you can take part of our Trees of Hope Project this year:

  • Making decorations (Friday, November 22 from 6–8pm)

  • Asking for donations of gift cards to be place under the Mountain View Tree (as for an official letter at Mountain View front desk)

  • Decorating the tree at Long Wharf to be followed by lunch (Sunday December 1st, 12–2pm)