Fay Sutherland, E-RYT

Fay Sutherland

Fay founded Dancing Crow Yoga as a way to pursue her calling in yoga, after an exciting 20-year career in public television at WGBH/Boston. A yoga student and practitioner for over 20 years, she has had a lifelong love of movement.  Creative expression through movement is a passion she first experienced during dance classes at age four and continued to enjoy throughout her life in modern, African and contact improvisation dance, martial arts, and instructing aerobics.

She received her first yoga teaching certification through Yogaworks and Natasha Rizpoulos and studied for several years with senior Boston-area teacher, Barbara Benagh.  In addition to attending workshops with many of yoga’s senior teachers and bright lights (Judith Lasater, Doug Keller, Richard Freeman, Marc St Pierre, Patricia Walden), Fay also received certifications in Therapeutic Yoga at the White Lotus Foundation and Yoga as Therapy with Doug Keller.  For the past three years, she has been studying and training in ParaYoga, a tantric lineage, taught by Rod Stryker.

Fay’s teaching is informed by her personal yoga practice of asana, pranayama and meditation, by anatomical alignment principles, and the rhythmic flow of the breath.  She provides insightful, dynamic yoga instruction to increase strength, flexibility and balance, while also promoting Self-awareness, internal stillness and freedom.  Fay lives in Hingham (on Crow Point!) with her husband who is co-owner of Dancing Crow Yoga.

  1. Karen Daoust says:

    Hello Fay,

    I just read your note about “Changing Winds” I would love to chat with you when you have a minute. Over the past 2 years I have pursued certification in Peak Pilates. I have a small studio deep in the woods on Cushing Street. I am planning on teaching private Pilates and would like to partner with a yoga teacher that also wants to focus on small gatherings and private lessons. If you would like to chat further, please email me or call 617 834 9477.
    Kindest Regards and the best of luck, Karen Daoust

  2. Yasin says:

    , redbuds cmeomnt is correct.But his cmeomnt does not explain the behavior of some poor men I know who stay with their ( dysgunctional) family when they would clearly be better off (all of them) by ditching their insane wife.They cannot get or provide the care she needs. If they ditched wifely, she would be institutionalized, and maybe get some help. Instead, The whole family is weighed down by this burden. Even without that problem, they will never be much above get by mode, but with it they are simply doomed. The eventual result will be welfare for three, instead of one.Go figure.

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