Dharma Yoga Nantucket offers daily yoga classes to all ages and levels of ability in the serene and spacious Hayloft at Bartlett’s Farm.
Dharma Yoga Nantucket features Restorative, Dharma and Kripalu styles of yoga. They offer semi-private and private classes in aerial yoga in their private studio. They offer private instruction by appointment in their studio or at your location. Additionally they offer monthly workshops.
Dharma Yoga Nantucket also produce the Nantucket Yoga Festival held under tent at Bartlett’s Farm the second week of July each year.
Office Hours: Monday – Sunday 8am – 7pm
Find a class for you today: Class Schedule
* Online preregistration is suggested. Drop ins are also welcome based on availability.
* Dharma Yoga Nantucket also offers private and group sessions at your home, rental home or workplace.
- Drop-in Class: $20
- 5 Class Card: $80
- 10 Class Card: $150
- 24 Class Card: $288
Parking: Parking Lot
Bike Path Access
- Miacomet Loop – Somerset Lane/Hummock Pond Road Stop
Joann is the co-founder and director of Dharma Yoga Nantucket. She received her teaching certification under the guidance of Dharma Mittra at the Dharma Yoga Center in New York City. She holds a certificate in Therapeutic Yoga for Seniors from the Duke University School of Integrative Medicine. She is also a certified aerial yoga instructor and a certified Yoga for Golfers instructor. She received her teaching certificate in Restorative Yoga from Nadya Matychak. She is an experienced registered yoga teacher with the Yoga Alliance.
Ted is the co- ounder of Dharma Yoga Nantucket. He received his Yoga teaching certification under the guidance of Dharma Mittra at the Dharma Yoga Center in New York City. He holds a certificate in Therapeutic Yoga for Seniors from the Duke University School of Integrative Medicine. He is also a certified Yoga for Golfers instructor. He received his certification in Restorative Yoga with Nadya Matychak. He is an Experienced Yoga Teacher registered with the Yoga Alliance.
In the spring of 1989, a profound experience at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Stockbridge, Massachusetts led Sheri to choose a new path of study, practice and instruction. Sheri became a Kripalu Yoga Instructor and began teaching in early 1990. She pursued further studies in the Iyengar and Anusara traditions and earned her certification in Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy. She has enjoyed her continuing study of Para Yoga with Rod Stryker, who has been her teacher since 2003. Sheri’s study of Jin Shin Jyutsu, which began in 1997, continues to the present day. After completing a two-year program at the Kripalu School of Ayurveda, she graduated in 2009 as a Yoga/Ayurvedic Specialist and Ayurvedic Lifestyle Coach.
Ieva is a certified yoga instructor registered with the Yoga Alliance. Recently, she traveled to southern India where she lived in ashrams studying Sivananda and Siddha yoga. Sivananda is a sequence of specific hatha postures designed to increase flexibility and strength in the body as well as concentration and focus of the mind. Sivananda incorporates relaxation and breathing throughout the sequence. It is practiced in an inward, meditative fashion and is suitable for beginners and advanced practitioners alike. Ieva is experienced in Hatha, Ashtanga, Bikram, Anusura, Vinyasa, and Sivananda styles of yoga.
As the mother of four, Megan is drawn to the aspects of peace, balance and inner strength that are the byproducts of a committed yoga practice. As a teacher, Megan endeavors to pass these benefits on to her students by creating classes that are designed to settle the mind, challenge the body and open the heart to the present moment. She likes to blend the styles of the teachers that have influenced her the most– Rolf Gates, Sarah Powers and Jimmy Barkan. She is e-RYT200 and RYT500 certified with Yoga Alliance having completed her 200 hour training in Virginia Beach and her 500 hour training at the Asheville Yoga Center in Asheville, NC.
Joan Alison Stockman
Joan began practicing Kundalini Yoga in 1979 at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst as a Phys Ed elective. A few years later, a serendipitous meeting in the hallway of her rent-controlled apartment building in Cambridge led Joan to her second Kundalini Yoga encounter. Only two blocks away, Gurucharan Singh Khalsa was teaching the long-standing and epic St. Mary’s class each week. After moving to Nantucket in 1994, Joan completed her 250 hour Level One Certification and began teaching. Over the years she also has completed specialty training in Immune Response and Prenatal Yoga, and is currently working on her Yoga Therapy certification. She had the great good fortune to recently study in India with Sunder Singh Khalsa.
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