Smith is a diverse community, in which people of many faiths and beliefs pursue their common quest for meaning. In addition to traditional religious expression, many seekers desire to explore a wide stream of options. We hope you may discover the wealth of insight, tradition and innovation available for your spiritual needs.
May your spiritual journey illuminate your mind and fulfill your heart.
Quiet Places on Campus
Free yoga classes, Monday through Thursday in Ainsworth 151 on the Smith College Campus.
Area Yoga Studios
All of the following welcome beginners and experienced students.
Yoga Sanctuary anusara style
Karuna Center for Yoga & Healing Arts Iyengar style
Florence Yoga ashtanga yoga
127 Combs Road, Easthampton, MA
firstname.lastname@example.org (413) 584-3009
15 College Lane, Smith College
565 Amherst Road, South Hadley, MA
email@example.com (413) 467-9566
Sunrise Hikes & Nature Retreats
Chanting, Kirtan and Taize
Hindu Bhajans chants
Sufi Zikr mystical chanting and Sufi teaching
25 Main St., Northampton, at Karuna Yoga Studio
firstname.lastname@example.org (413) 695-1899
Traditional Turkish Sufi Zikr chanting sacred phrases
Eastworks, 116 Pleasant Street #242, Easthampton, MA
email@example.com (413) 527-0388
Contemplative Workshops & Retreats
15 Conz Street, Suite 1, Northampton, MA
Arthur Zajonc, director
firstname.lastname@example.org (413) 582-0071
Sufi and Interfaith
Twelve-Step Recovery Programs
A spiritual approach to healing from addictions and co-dependency. Local meetings are free and open to all.
Al-Anon (for families and friends of alcoholics)
CODA (a program of recovery from unhealthy patterns in love and relationships)