About Mountain View Studio

A healthy mind and body is our goal offering traditional classes such as African Dance to Yoga. Check out our schedule to find out whats happening and please join our community.

Being centrally located across from the free municipal town parking lot on Mountainview Avenue the studio is easily accessed with a large parking area of its own.

Mountain View Studio was built 1987 by David Bagoon and was run as a dance/martial school by Marilyn St. John until it was purchased in 2001 by Tom Pignone.

The essence and character of the studio has been maintained and upgraded thru the years to include green energy components like foam insulated rim joist, added cellulose insulation to ceiling, standing seam metal roofing, roof top photovoltaics, 48 overhead recessed LED lighting, low flow toilets and radiant studio floor heating (needs to be completed). Donations accepted.

In addition to the large mirrors the studio purchased the Rosendale 7K theatre projector and installed a 7.5’ x 14’ screen. There are overhead theater lighting for plays, performances and parties.

The main studio is open space 12’ height in center and 31 x 50 providing over 1500 square feet of floor space. Children’s parties are a huge hit from toddlers on up.

Workshops tend to take place on Saturday afternoons. During the shutdown due to the Corona Virus Pandemic we have concentrated on providing an outdoor space which includes a 16 x 20 platform deck for small classes and events, A meditation space with landscape steps with a dramatic entry based on a Japanese Torii.

Mountain View Studio Inside View
Mountain View Studio Alternative View