About

Welcome to Dancing Crow Yoga!  Yoga is a special and ancient gift, a way for you to care for your body and mind and to explore your spirit and soul.  It may just change your life! With a collection of diverse practices for enhancing physical health, mental clarity, emotional growth, and spiritual depth, yoga can benefit anyone.  While yoga asana (postures) can be practiced as a workout to develop muscle strength and flexibility, the full practice includes so much more.  Breathing exercises (pranayama), meditation practices and a guiding philosophy for living (yamas and niyamas) nurture our health and growth on deeper levels and help us develop our internal power and a true center.

I, Fay Sutherland, with my husband, Mid Walsh, founded a beautiful eco-friendly yoga studio that operated at the Derby Street Shoppes from 2010 to 2015.  Running a business was not my passion, but teaching yoga definitely was.  So, in December of 2015, we closed our doors at Derby Street Shoppes and downsized.  We found a small bright room above Challenge Rocks, a climbing gym less than half a mile from our original location where Fay now teaches.

With over 20 years of dedicated yoga practice and 7 years of teaching, I can help you begin or deepen your practice and knowledge of yoga.  In addition to ongoing weekly classes, I offer private sessions tailored specifically to your needs and challenges in addition to classes, workshops or series on special topics at our space or yours. Please contact Fay at faybird@dancingcrowyoga.com. for more information

Whatever your age or fitness level, a consistent yoga practice can improve your experience of living in your body and mind comfortably as well as improve your strength, flexibility and body intelligence to enhance whatever sport you participate in.

We are located on the second floor of Challenge Rocks, a climbing gym at 3 Pond Park Rd. in Hingham, MA.

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"Yoga is not about touching your toes, it's about what you learn on the way down." – JUDITH LASSITER