Check out or revolving list of great programs for adults, families, children. We ask that you pre-register for a program if possible so that we are able to prepare. You can pre-register online or simply give us a call at (513) 921-5124 or by email at

If you have ideas of programs please send those along to Chris Clements.

Imago Amigos: MITW Edition

9/8; 6:30 - 8:30

Join us for our annual night to create cool art for Music in the Woods! We will have all the supplies, food and drinks!


Yoga in the Woods

Tuesdays, 7:00 - 8:00 pm
Fall Series from 9/19 - 10/24

Practice Vinyasa yoga in Imago's woods (we'll meet inside if rainy or cold). Vinyasa is a flowing sequence in coordination with the breath. Accommodates advanced to beginners practice; Modifications provided.

Bring a yoga mat, blanket or beach towel, water, and props (if you have them).
Rain or shine.

Classes will be led by Crystal Judge (RYT500).


-$11 for drop in
-$40 for a 4 Class Pass
- $60 for a 6 Class Pass

About Crysal: Crystal is pure in her intention, providing transparency to help guide you on your journey. She brings an awareness that many paths can lead us to a peaceful and calm state of being, while combining an embodied knowledge of Hatha and Ashtanga practices. She has studied with Vitality Cincinnati and The Red Lotus Apsara Yoga School, and has practiced yoga for 20 years.


Fall Equinox Celebration

September 23

7:00 - 8:30 pm
Celebrate the beginning of fall on one of the two times of year that the day and night are equal length. We’ll learn ways that other cultures observe the equinox, tell stories about this time of year and make arts and crafts to celebrate the event.

Part of Great Outdoor Weekend!


Ecological Wisdom for Challenging Times



9:30 - 4:00 pm

$25 for full day presentation
$15 for afternoon presentation with Connie Barlow ONLY
Connie's afternoon breakout is FREE to students

In this critical time for the systems of Life on our beautiful planet Earth, Michael Dowd and Connie Barlow will explore the creative dance of science, inspiration, ecology and theology to guide humanity beyond the 21st century. The morning keynote address by Dowd will focus on long-term, science-based inspiration in the face of many large-scale challenges. His afternoon breakout session will be an interactive discussion of applications which will explore a variety of positive visions, practical tools, and empowering examples of eco-wise, legacy-based thinking and living. Barlow will offer a concurrent afternoon breakout session to brainstorm ideas and foster collaboration regarding climate adaptation for area trees.

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