The Yoga Space @ the Hurleyville Arts Centre

The Yoga Space is now offering in person classes with the following safety measures:

  • Masks required at all times.
  • 6ft distancing required.
  • Bring your own mats and props.

Touchless temperature will be taken, please arrive 10 min prior to class.

SPACE IS LIMITED, sign up by emailing

For Dr. Eileen Miller see below or visit website

Yoga & Tai Chi Classes $15 (1 hour)
Gong Bath Meditation Class $20 (1 hour)
Pilates Mat Class $20 (50 minutes)
Online Yoga Class $10 (1 hour)

Class Cards for Yoga and Tai Chi are 10 classes for $120
To redeem your class cards you Must email to register.

Questions email

Open level Hatha Vinyasa

Teacher: LeeAnna Maniace

We expend a lot of energy looking outside of ourselves for wellbeing. Make space to gather some tools for self -care; a weekly date with yourself to replenish and look after you.

A 1 hour Vinyasa class incorporating a short meditation, sun salutations, standing and seated postures, balances followed by Savasana (relaxation).

Private Yoga Classes with LeeAnna


Private leassons are great for those needing 1 on 1 attention.

Contact for information and to see if a private would be a good fit for you.



Restorative Yoga

Teacher: LeeAnna Maniace

The best way to transition from weekend to workweek! Using passive stretching, breathing techniques, gentle preparatory poses, and supportive props we will investigate ways to engage your mind, make your body comfortable, balance your nervous system and send you off for a great night sleep.

Tai Chi

Starts April 17, 2021

Teacher: Dr. Richard Gillett


Hatha Yoga with Kelley

Teacher: Kelley Lockwood

A traditional yoga class including Surya namaskar (sun salutations), standing (asanas) postures and balances, seated asanas, and Shavasana. This class is more of a meditative class, expect to be challenged mentally and physically by holding standing and seated postures for longer durations.



Teacher: Sarita Radley

Through Pilates you acquire more complete control of your own body. With proper repetition of its exercises, you gradually and progressively acquire that natural rhythm and coordination associated with all your mental and subconscious activities. Pilates is designed to give you suppleness, natural grace and skill that will be unmistakably reflected in the way you walk, play and work. You will develop muscular power with corresponding endurance without undue body fatigue or mental strain.

Optimal Well-Being Physical Therapy with Dr. Eileen Miller, PT, DPT

To schedule an appointment: 914-213-2048 or

Online Fitness Classes from a Physical Therapist’s Perspective
Helping to stay healthy, fit and feeling optimal.

Dr. Eileen Miller, PT, DPT is a physical therapist who evaluates and treats people for a variety of needs at the HPAC Yoga Space. At this time of social distancing, she will be available for individual PT sessions through a telecommunications app. Please call her at 914-213-2048 if you are interested.

During this time, she will be teaching fun and safe fitness classes with uplifting music aimed at optimizing your physical and emotional well-being. Classes will include improving our posture and alignment. Modifications for each exercise will be offered in order to meet many levels and conditions. She will provide evidence-based tips to keep your routine healthy for your heart, joints, muscles, etc. Please join us!
(Note: these classes are not intended to be individualized or substitute for actual physical therapy.)

Cost: $15 a class for in-person and $10 online

If you would like to see a PT in person at their office during this time, we recommend the following 2 PT offices. There are other excellent PT facilities in the area as well.
Premier Physical Therapy Monticello: 845- 707-4371
Ellenville Regional Hospital (ask for PT) 845- 647-6400

Leeanna Maniace

LeeAnna was introduced to yoga at the age of 18.  Immediately she fell in love with the practice, she came back to each yoga class offered and practiced everyday at home.  She studied Psychology and Health and Wellness at the University of Buffalo, where she learned from various other teachers and began teaching at a local studio and introduced her to Reiki, a form of energy health transformation.

She moved to the Catskills and started a small organic vegetable farm in Liberty, NY called Sprouting Dreams Farm.   She studied Ballet, Tap, Jazz, and Contemporary dance at The Dancing Place Dance Academy for 16 years.  She now is studying Salsa dancing. She seeks to share her passion for movement and health with individuals and groups in the community, wishing to increase prosperity and health and well-being to all.

Dr. Richard Gillett

Richard received his medical degree from Cambridge University, England. He is fascinated by the study and practice of what it takes for a human being to lead the best possible life. Richard has lived in Sullivan County for the past 25 years.

Richard has led hundreds of workshops and trainings in personal development for teachers and organizations in the USA, Mexico, Europe, Australia, and India. He has been interviewed over 30 times on TV, radio and print, including on Good Day New York. He is the author of professional articles and two books, including Change Your Mind, Change Your World (Simon and Schuster).

Richard has practiced meditation for over 30 years and Tai Chi for 18 years. He trained
to be a Tai Chi teacher of Yang 24 style—by Shi Fu Alex Feng, who was taught by Master Guo Lian Ying in Taiwan.

Kelley Lockwood

Kelley began her yoga journey at the age of 24 after a serious hip injury. She naturally fell in love with her practice and it became a staple in her life. Being self-taught, yoga was always a personal and individual journey – and the thought of teaching never seemed to resonate with her. As the years changed, so did her mindset and Kelley found herself at an ashram getting her Yoga Certification where she taught classes for the first time. She realized the beauty in teaching something you are passionate about and noticed how it deepened her own practice.

Kelley received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Environmental Sustainability, Health and Safety from Rochester Institute of Technology and worked as an Environmental Scientist and Consultant for several years. She later pursued her love of working in the kitchen and earned her certification as Raw Plant Based Chef from PlantLab, located in Venice, California. Currently, Kelley is experimenting with creating artisan vegan cheeses with natural cultures and molds.


Sarita Radley

Sarita Radley was born and raised here in the Catskills. In 2003 she received her Pilates training and certification through Romana Kryzanowska’s school, Romana’s Pilates, which was originally located in New York City. Romana inherited the school from Joe and Clara Pilates and preserved the Pilates’ legacy by traveling the world for six decades to educate the next generation of Pilates instructors.

Sarita is also trained in classical ballet through the New York City Ballet, American Ballet Theater, The Harid Conservatory, and the Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet.

Eileen Miller

Eileen received her bachelor’s degree in fine arts, majoring in modern dance, from Temple University. She has continued to dance and enjoys helping dancers prevent or recover from injuries. She received her Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from Arcadia University, and in 2014 she graduated from Upstate Medical University’s Doctoral Program in PT. After becoming a PT, Eileen has worked in various settings and for a variety of populations for over 26 years.

Eileen continues to take a wide range of continuing education classes in the field of PT. She participated in extensive coursework, application, as well as published research in the Movement System Impairment Approach. Eileen has found that this system of analyzing and correcting posture, repeated daily movements, and the musculoskeletal system has been the most efficient and successful approach for her patients. Another of Eileen’s areas of special interests include helping people understand the power of our brains in increasing our pain as well as reducing pain.

Erin Dudley

Founder of TYS@ The Hurleyville Arts Centre.

Erin relocated to beautiful Sullivan county in 2014. She is Program Director of The Hurleyville Arts Centre and finds great joy in guiding yoga classes. Erin began practicing yoga as a way to heal physical injuries. She began teaching and leading international retreats in 1996 and continues to lead retreats and teacher trainings throughout the NorthEast U.S.

She wrote and implemented a Somatic Yoga syllabus and taught Butoh and contemporary dance at Stony Brook University where she was on faculty for five years. Erin’s classes draw from her love of movement, the influence of kinesthetic anatomy, the investigative philosophy of Irmgard Bartenieff, the quiet passion of Vinyasa, and the rigorous intelligence of Iyengar Yoga. Her alignment cues and energetic directives create a nurturing space for practitioners to fully engage in an investigation of their physical, mental, and psychic condition.