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Join Our Wellness Community!


We invite health and wellness practitioners to join our healing community on beautiful waterfront setting in Easton. With gardens, mature trees, and water views, it is a quiet space to deepen your practice. Private and shared office spaces are available for rent full or part time. Space also available for Yoga and other class instruction. Because of the strong partnership among practitioners we are able to offer our members and clients an integrative approach to health and wellness. Other benefits to our Practitioners include a full page on our website dedicated to their personal practice, phone service, access to the beautiful grounds for yourself and your clients, and opportunities to speak to the community about your work and broaden your client base through workshops on the Evergreen campus. We welcome inquiries about joining our team.

Work exchange opportunity available for reduced rent!  Designed for new practitioners working to build their practice!  

We reserve one spot every year for new practitioners to take advantage of this opportunity.    Our work exchange option has opened up this summer and by volunteering time on Evergreen’s campus practitioners will receive 50% off rent!

All Inquiries Please Contact:  Freya Farley
Email: or Call:  410-819-3395


Winter Solstice Singing Bowl Meditation


Wednesday, December 21, 2016  5:00PM

Join Lainie Wrightson, Barbara Haddaway, & Tom Mccall as we welcome the Solstice with a Crystal Bowl Meditation.  

Welcome winter and the holiday season with
a renewed sense of balance.
 Take this hour to relax, regroup and enjoy the serenity of the Crystal Singing Bowls.

This is our gift to you.

Donations will be accepted at the door and help   

Evergreen keep more programs like this coming to our community.

All are welcome.   
  We hope to see you there!   


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Handmade from the Heart:  An Art and Fine Craft Exhibition

Friday, December 2, 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM  Opening Reception and Sale

Saturday, December 3, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM  Show and Sale

Location: Evergreen, A Center for Balanced Living
(Less than one mile from downtown Easton)

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Free Admission

Evergreen will celebrate the talent and creativity of local artisans at Handmade from the Heart, its 16th annual fine crafts and gift sale from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, December 2, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, December 3.

On Friday evening, local band, Mule Train, will perform a fireside acoustic set, with refreshments and a cash wine bar available while shoppers browse and shop. On Saturday, hand-baked goods will be available for purchase in addition to the artisans’ offerings. Timed for holiday shopping, the show features original, handmade artworks from Eastern Shore artists, all of whom will be on hand to share information about their work.

We are excited to return Handmade from the Heart back to its roots again, hosted this year at Evergreen in Easton. This is a unique opportunity to visit the beautiful wellness center while shopping for one of a kind works of art and craft, including: jewelry, scarves, soaps and creams, pottery and mosaics, felt and wearables, wood turnings and sculptures, basketry, and greenery and wreathes. A small and intimate show sure to offer wonderful delights! For more information, please call 410-819-3395


Joining Buddhist Study Group for 2 Nights!

Tuesdays July 12th & 26th, 2016

Erik Knud-Hansen will be joining the Sangha at Evergreen on July 12th and 26th. He has been a teacher in the Buddhist lineage for 30 years and has led retreats on the Eastern Shore and elsewhere. He currently lives in Hawaii and is returning in July to celebrate his 50th high school reunion at Easton High School and to visit his family. In addition, he will promote his book, Imperience: Understanding the Heart of Consciousness.

He will be available for retreat time during July. Contact Deborah
Colborn at or at 410-310-3125 for more information.

~ This is a Donation based offering ~