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Mary NortonMary Norton is the founder and former owner of Cohasset Yoga Center. She continues to teach yoga and meditation classes at the Center.  Mary has been practicing yoga since the early 1970's and is certified by the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. Mary is inspired by many traditions in her teaching and focuses on structural alignment, anatomical awareness and breath. In addition to yoga, Mary has had a private practice as a massage therapist for over 20 years. In her practice, Mary provides gentle coaching toward lifestyle changes combined with bodywork within a context of safety, respect and caring to meet the individual needs of her clients. Country Way Health is located in Scituate, MA.

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Elizabeth Rogers has been practicing yoga for more than ten years and received her teaching certification from the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. Elizabeth began yoga following her recovery from breast cancer and found that her practice was enormously helpful in restoring a sense of balance to her life.  Elizabeth retired from a career in banking and systems analysis to pursue her current career teaching yoga. Elizabeth is also a Reiki practitioner.

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Cindy MatheisonCindy Matheison began practicing yoga in 1999 after the birth of her second son. She developed a passion for the Ashtanga tradition while practicing at the Cohasset Yoga Center. In 2005, she intensified her Ashtanga practice and completed teacher training in March 2006 with Michael Hamilton who is authorized by Pattabhi Jois to teach Ashtanga yoga as it is taught in Mysore, India. She continues to study and practice with authorized Ashtanga instructors. Cindy finds inspiration for her practice in the Yoga Sutras and values the balance and equanimity a regular practice brings to the life of a mom and householder.

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Kim DwyerKim Dwyer began practicing yoga at Cohasset Yoga Center fifteen years ago. She found yoga began to affect every aspect of her life in a deep and meaningful way. Kim is committed to sharing her experience with others. She is certified by the Kripalu Center for yoga and health. She also teaches Yin Yoga and Mindfulness Meditation and has studied with Sarah Powers and Christine O'Shaughnessy. Kim recently received a certification in Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy. She is one of a few in the South Shore. This type of therapy offers people the opportunity to explore and heal their minds and bodies.

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Cindia Norton has been teaching group exercise classes for more than 20 years. From a background of dance, she started teaching aerobics classes in college to earn money and to help herself and her fellow students stay fit and healthy. Currently, Cindia is certified in Zumba which is a latin dance-inspired aerobic class, Pilates Fusion, Hatha Yoga and most recently in Yin Yoga. In addition to teaching grown-ups, she also teaches yoga in her second grade classroom and Zumba in after school programs. Cindia has a MA in creative arts with children and has taught continuing education classes for teachers. Her passion for fitness and health keeps Cindia on her toes while raising her four lively sons with her husband.

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Kate Krumsiek began practicing yoga eleven years ago.  She  studied with many talented teachers in different disciplines and through that experience, yoga became a cornerstone of her life. After experiencing the powerful mental and physical benefits of yoga, Kate decided to enroll in a 200 hour teacher training. She completed her YogaWorks certification program with Natasha Rizopoulos in Boston. This study of the history, anatomy and philosophy of yoga has strengthened her dedication to learning and sharing this ancient art of moving, breathing and living.
Kate has also worked in the past as a special education teacher.

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Lynne McCarty completed Yin Yoga Teacher Trainings with Christine O’Shaunessy and Josh Summers, and completed Sarah Powers Insight Yoga Teacher Training, Level 1. Yin Yoga’s introspective, meditative and receptive qualities were all that it took for Lynne to be hooked from the very first class! She received her 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training certification from Diane Lagadec at Maha Yoga Center in August, 2013.  Lynne is immensely appreciative to all of her teachers for sharing their wisdom and guidance as she journeys along her Yogic path.  Lynne studies Buddhist philosophies and practices Vipassana meditation, which she weaves into each class.  Yoga and meditation have been deeply transformative in her life, and she enjoys sharing these amazing practices, allowing others to connect with their true selves and the innate peace and wisdom within.  Lynne is also a Reiki Master and Pan Gu Qigong practitioner

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Amy DeLillo started her yoga practice in 1998 while living in Singapore and then Bangkok, Thailand. Inspired by the diverse instructors she encountered while living in South East Asia, she completed her RYT 200 upon returning to the states. She has been teaching yoga for over 10 years and has continued her yogic education with specialty courses in pranayama, bodyrolling, Thai yoga and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction. She is currently working toward her RYT500 with an emphasis in Therapeutic Yoga. Amy finds that these courses continue to inform her eclectic, viniyoga teaching style. Her love of the fusion of ancient yogic wisdom and modern fitness principles allows her to create a playful, healing and accessible yoga experience. Amy is also a cross cultural training consultant, working with ex/in patriots in finding balance within cultural transitions.

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