Morning & Evening Waves Charities

Morning Waves and Evening Waves are special 5Rhythms Waves classes created and taught by myself and Peter Fodera. Morning Waves was born in New York City at Saint Mark's Church in the Bowery in September 2018. Evening Waves was born virtually in October 2020 out of the COVID-19 pandemic.


Morning Waves is offered online every Friday morning, 9:30am-11am ET.

Evening Waves is offered online every Monday 7pm-8:30pm ET.

You can register here for virtual Morning Waves classes.

You can register here for virtual Evening Waves classes.

One of the intentions for these classes is to give back to the community. We support a different organization each month by donating $1 from all class admissions. 

If you feel called, please consider donating to the following organizations that we have raised funds for.

Links to the organizations are in blue:

The Prospector dedicated to providing meaningful employment to people with disabilities through the operation of a first-run movie theater in Ridgefield, CT.

Syzygy Dance Project transforms lives through dance, offering classes for inmates, veterans, recovering addicts, chronic illness patients, and the elderly. 

5Rhythms Reach Out offers the 5Rhythms movement practice to diverse communities as a way to transform chaos and crisis into connection and creativity.

The Trevor Project focuses on suicide prevention efforts among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning youth. 

RAICES defends the rights of immigrants and refugees, empowers individuals, families and communities and advocates for liberty and justice for all. 

Brainy Camps help youth with chronic health conditions live well and reach their potential.

The Nordoff-Robbins Center for Music Therapy is committed to the belief that everyone possesses a sensitivity to music that can be utilized for personal growth and development.

The Lineage Project Lineage Project teaches trauma-aware mindfulness to support the mental health and holistic well-being of young people, ages 11 to 24, navigating incarceration, foster care, homelessness, school suspension, psychiatric care, and other serious challenges.