Welcome to KYWC


14029 Route 11, P.O. Box 224
Adams Center, New York 13606
315-583-5500, web@nnykripalu.org

Welcome to Kripalu Yoga and Wellness Center, a center for peace and personal growth in Adams Center, NY.

We invite you to join us for revitalizing, relaxing 75-minute yoga classes to find your peaceful center within.

Join us for drumming, energy healing, and other events that support your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being.

We have eight acres of land including a 70-foot labyrinth, a stone circle, a ½ mile walking trail, and a tipi. The trail is open to the public during daylight hours. During daylight hours, you are welcome to enjoy our grounds, stroll on the trail, walk the labyrinth, and connect with nature. 

Please see the News post for the month to see which classes and events are currently being offered.

  • KYWC side entrance
    KYWC Entrance

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Kripalu Yoga and Wellness Center Mission Statement

The Kripalu Yoga and Wellness Center of Northern New York is founded on the belief that all humanity is one family and that the Divine is within each of us.  Our Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the integration and well-being of body, mind, and spirit.  We support this philosophy through the teaching and practice of yoga, health-related programs, and services to nurture personal growth and community.

Relax~ Rest ~ Revitalize ~ Experience our peaceful yoga center.


7 days ago

Kripalu Yoga and Wellness Center of NNY
Sunday Candlelight Restorative Yoga is canceled due to the current and future local weather and the need for safety of our yoga students. A rescheduled date for Candlelight Restorative yoga will be shared in the upcoming Yoga with Carla at Kripalu google form. Stay Safe. Stay Warm. Stay home. Peace, Love, and Yoga ❤️🙏🏻~Carla See MoreSee Less
Due to upcoming lake effect snow this weekend, Drum Circle on Friday and Healing Sunday are canceled. Be safe. See MoreSee Less
Does anyone want crabapple wood or maple tree wood? We will gladly gift you a bunch if you would help Steve move some wood and branches to our pile. Call the Center at 315-583-5500. See MoreSee Less
Here at KYWC we love our trees and try to keep them standing as long as possible. But sooner or later, the time comes that they come down on their own or have to be cut down for safety’s sake, whether we like it or not. Recently, the trees made the decision for us. Last year, the gorgeous ornamental crab apple gracing our front yard lost one of its massive branches. Somehow, it still bloomed this spring, even though its trunk had rotted all the way through near the bottom. Could it last a bit longer? But in late October, something happened that pushed tree maintenance to the top of our long, expensive maintenance list. And that something was accompanied by an amazing synchronicity.You see, several months ago we applied for a grant through #WalmartGiving for work on our public grounds. As time went by, we assumed we weren’t chosen. However, the same week that the 30-foot top broke off of one of the identified maple trees on the Artist’s Pathway, we received an email saying we got a grant – a check was on its way. For how much? Yup. The exact amount needed to take care of the trees. Thank you again #walmart for your generous and timely grant. We are #bettertogether. (And thank you Adam for doing so much work for us) See MoreSee Less
50 anniversary
Serving the North Country for 50 years