YOGA at THE YARD

photOs By Mollie Doyle

photOs By Mollie Doyle

Yoga at The Yard

June 29 - September 1, 2019

Yoga at the Yard is an extension of the Yard’s dedication to physical exploration, experience and performance. As with the community class dance program, resident dancers and community members come together to inhale, exhale and move. Alignment, breath and body awareness and community are the guiding principles for all of our teachers. Classes are held in our open-­‐air studio where practitioners gaze out at trees and flowers as they find their own tree poses and lotuses. Yoga at the Yard is directed by Mollie Doyle. 

Open to all ages and levels of experience

PRICING

Drop-in yoga class = $20
5 yoga class card = $90
10 yoga class card = $160
20 yoga class card = $280

Yoga class cards can be used for any yoga class.

Please bring cash or check to the yoga class to purchase classes, as no credit cards will be accepted and yoga classes are not available for online purchase.
Class cards available for purchase in the studio. Class cards can be used for any class.

SCHEDULE

Monday - Friday: 7:00 - 8:30am
Saturday: 8:00 - 9:30am
Sunday: 9:00 - 10:30am

Mondays with Kaila Allen Posin
Tuesdays with Mollie Doyle
Wednesdays with Kaila Allen Posin
Thursdays with Mollie Doyle
Fridays with Kaila Allen Posin
Saturdays with Mollie Doyle
Sundays with Lora Ksieniewicz Antinori

 

YOUR INSTRUCTORS

Mollie Doyle

Mollie Doyle (founder and director of Yoga at The Yard) has studied yoga for more than 20 years. She has practiced many forms of Hatha yoga – Iyengar, Ashtanga, Anusura, Kripalu –  with many masters – Sri K. Pattabi Jois, Richard Freeman, Rodney Yee, Richard Rosen, Ruth Lauer-Manenti, Nicki Doane. She is grateful to call her students, Kristen Leigh and Barbara Verrochi of New York’s The Shala and Colleen Saidman, Rodney Yee and Heidi Fokine of Sag Harbor’s Yoga Shanti her teachers. Mollie has more than 1000 hours of training, is Yoga Shanti and Rodney Yee Certified and is a member of the Yoga Teacher's Alliance. Mollie’s classes focus on intelligent sequencing, linking breath to movement, and building a practice that brings consciousness and ease to the body and mind. mollieyoga.com

 
Sargologos_EV-AllenFarm_Portraits-3.jpg

Kaila Allen-Posin began practicing yoga as a teenager, when her mom would drag her to Ashtanga classes in a tiny studio in West Tisbury. She continued practicing on her own throughout college, and studied Mysore Ashtanga Yoga in Tamil Nadu, India, with Monica Marinoni. After practicing yoga for years, including through her entire first pregnancy, she completed the 200 YTT with One Hot Yoga. She has been teaching since 2016, incorporating the rhythm of the Ashtanga practice into a thoughtful and challenging class for all levels. Off the mat, Kaila farms with her family in Chilmark, and learns endlessly about the practice of breath and movement from her children Tavi and Arlo. 

 
Lora Ksienowicz Photo_Small.png

Lora Ksieniewicz Antinori, E-RYT 500, has been teaching yoga since 2006, and has studied meditation and asana practice for more than two decades. Her classes focus on functional movement to keep our bodies safe, strong, and healthy, using the poses as a way to access our minds and emotions for release, healing, and greater ease in the present moment. Lora holds a degree in Holistic Health at The University of Massachusetts Amherst, with a focus on the Kinesiology of Yoga. She spent several months at the Burmese Monastery in Bodh Gaya India, studying Buddhism with teachers including Munindra-ji, who taught the likes of Joseph Goldstein and Sharon Salzburg. Lora's yoga teacher trainings include Sivananda, Shiva Rea, Divine Play, and Baptiste.  Lora is the owner of two studios in Massachusetts; Yoga on the Vine in Edgartown MA and Yoga of the Valley in Northampton MA, as well as the Yoga San Kalpa Teaching School.