Community Yoga Meets on Zoom

Free online yoga classes meet Jan. 16 and Jan. 30 at 2:30 p.m.

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Chair Yoga Online

Island yoga instructor Jason Mazer-Kelly leads a Wednesday morning Chair Yoga class this month.

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Alpaca Yoga Arrives

Last year goat yoga came to Chilmark. This year make way for sun salutations with even bigger farm animals as alpaca yoga begins in Oak Bluffs.

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Fly Yoga on the Move

FLY Yoga School is leaving its current location at 517 State Road in Vineyard as of May 15.

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Yoga for Youngsters: West Tisbury School Pilot Program Begins
Olivia Hull

A six-week yoga pilot program aimed to expose students from kindergarten to eighth grade launched this month at the West Tisbury School. Students and teachers will be surveyed along the way to evaluate the new project.

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Virtues of a Virtual Yoga Practice
Heidi Sistare

Sherry Sidoti invites individuals and groups inside her yoga studio, Yoga Haven, and beyond. By partnering with StudioLiveTV, Ms. Sidoti is able to offer classes from a fly-on-the-wall perspective,

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Stretching the Limits of Yoga, Schools and Sports Benefit, Too
Sydney Bender

At first they giggled.

Last fall when the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School swim coach introduced yoga meditations to the team’s practice routine, the swimmers exchanged quizzical looks and snickered with one another.

“Yoga?” the students asked.


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Yoga Teacher Training

Yoga Teacher Training

Husband and wife, yogi and yogini, Robert and Sherry Sidoti are both helping to expand the yoga experience by training teachers at their new studio, Yoga Haven.

In November, Sherry will begin her third teacher training course conducted on the Island under the auspices of her Fly Yoga program. The course is a 200-hour certification that begins on Nov. 5.

On Oct. 14, Robert began his first teacher training course; a 25 hour, four-day, certificate program in Broga, a brand of yoga tailored for men.

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Down Doggit! Yoga Festival Arrives.
Sara Brown

The volume of yoga practitioners on Martha’s Vineyard is almost overwhelming, yoga teacher Mollie Doyle said this week. “We have an amazing yoga community here . . . there are nine or 10 classes practicing on a Tuesday morning, and they are all full,” she said.

“It’s kind of a yoga mecca.”

And next week, the yoga-friendly Island will be the site of even more asanas and oms than normal at the third annual Martha’s Vineyard Yoga Festival.

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Yoga Takes Sherry Sidoti to Full Stretch
Julia Rappaport

Tucked into the corner of the Woodland Business Center in Vineyard Haven, between the bakeries and offices in this off-the-beaten-path part of town, is an office door. On a recent Monday, just shy of 9 a.m., workers passed right by it in their beeline pursuit of morning coffee. Not one paused to look in.

Had they done so, an empty hallway is all they would have seen.

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