WE ARE LULU'S BARN
Clear your mind and soul at Lulu's Barn on Westport Island, in midcoast Maine. We are a yoga studio, but we are unique. This enchanting sacred place is nestled amongst the oak and pine trees on the eastern bank of the Back River, where the sunsets are breathtaking. Experience the wonders, magnificence, and healing qualities of nature while practicing yoga in our charming and inviting barn. While inside the studio, feel the warmth of the fire, soak in the candlelit glow of the room, and enjoy the soft sounds of humming alpacas. You can catch a glimpse of the alpacas through the window in the yoga studio that looks out into their stable, and you may be surprised when you look from your mat and find an alpaca looking back at you. Here, at Lulu's Barn, you will be able to experience serenity and self-care, away from the distractions of everyday life.
Lulus Barn is less than 5 miles from route 1 in Wiscasset or 10 miles from Bath. The location provides a serene backdrop to Yoga in the Barn. And, during the summer months; Yoga with the Alpacas outside in the grass.
Rent the barn and the alpacas for your next party experience. Make it a yoga party, have a birthday party, a tea party, a wine and cheese party with alpacas, or whatever creative activity one might imagine sharing with alpacas. Enjoy a farm visit where you can hang out with the alpacas, feed them, ask questions, and take pictures!
The world needs more alpaca joy.
YOGA WITH ALPACAS
Have Fun and Relax
YOGA WITH ALPACAS held in a paddock among 7 friendly alpacas; Willy, Fleecy, Gussy, Marty, Midnight, Paulie, and Elle. Even if you have never taken a yoga class, LULU'S BARN welcomes you to experience yoga that is suitable for all levels and is geared towards beginners and having fun!
YOGA IN THE BARN
The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.
~ Lao Tzu
Join us for Yoga in the Barn
with yoga instructor,
Jen Moclair (500hr E-RYT).
All levels welcome.
Dreaming of Nuzzling an Alpaca?
Farm visits are wonderful for anyone who wants to have an up-close-and-personal moment with the alpacas. Attendees can feed the alpacas right out of the palms of their hands and maybe sneak in a few pats on their fluffy fur. Make sure to bring your camera; alpacas are no strangers to selfies!
Drop in Knitting
Knitters, fiber spinners, rug hookers,
needle felters, of all experience levels,
are welcome to bring a project.