About The Nest Community

We are a community dedicated to the understanding and nurture of the five bodies of human kind through the five "bodies": Physical, Emotional, Mental, Spiritual, and Collective. Our purpose is to nurture "nestlings" - whether teacher, practitioner or musician is just starting out and needs a safe, relaxed and flexible place to teach, practice or perform; or whether you are a seasoned teacher, practitioner or musician - we provide that space for you. You don't "pay rent" - we receive a percentage of whatever you take in; which means if you have 1 student/client or many, you won't go away in debt to us or empty handed.

The Conscious Nest Community is a Non-Profit Charitable Organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code!!

This means that you can make a FULLY TAX DEDUCTIBLE donation to TheNest to help with its operating expenses. TheNest runs almost completely on donations, so that we can keep our class and workshop fees low. Our aim is for YOU to be able to take the classes, participate in the workshops, and benefit from the services of our practitioners. PLEASE consider a tax-deductible donation to TheNest.

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  • We just reserved The Conscious Nest facility for a 65th Birthday Celebration for my sister. We had many relatives attend what turned out to be a wonderful event. The accommodations were superb. Ally was a wonderful hostess who made sure that our every need was met. The parking was more than ample. The building is beautiful inside and out. The grounds are well manicured. The kitchen contained everything that we needed. We had more than enough tables and chairs. We also had room to have Diana Hadley (Cartoon Portraits By Blondie) set up shop and draw her very special portraits of each of our party guests. All-in-all we could not have picked a better venue for our party. A GREAT time was had by all. We can't wait to schedule The Conscious Nest for our next event.

    Jerry Kliot / A Friend of The Nest

    Jerry Kilot