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 practitioner for over 17 years, she has had a lifelong love of movement. This 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 teaching certification through Yogaworks and Natasha Rizpoulos and regularly studies 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), Fay also completed a weeklong certification in Therapeutic Yoga as taught by Cheri Clampett and Arturo Peal at the White Lotus Foundation in California. She is currently inspired by and is pursuing a certification in ParaYoga with Rod Stryker. Her teaching is informed by her personal yoga practice of asana, pranayama and meditation, by the precision of the Iyengar style, by anatomical alignment principles and the rhythmic flow of the breath. Fay 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, with whom she co-owns Dancing Crow Yoga.

  1. Caryn Donnelly says:

    Hi Fay,
    Just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed Stacey’s
    workshop on the 17th.
    She was really informative and the material/poses was presented in a very inclusive and nurturing manner.

    Many thanks,

    • Fay says:

      I’m so glad you liked Stacey’s class. She has lots of wonderful practices from her Viniyoga therapy training to share for all sorts of concerns. More will be coming from her.
      You are so welcome!

  2. Peggy says:

    I had a great experience st days class this morning. I realized how much I miss yoga.. My daughter who was with mr today psyched into going this morning.. So glad she did. It was fun time to spend quality time together…

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