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Amy Hagan

Amy Hagan received her 200 hour yoga teacher training in 2003 at the Yoga Center of Amherst with Patty Townsend and has been teaching yoga and loving it ever since. Amy’s classes flow at a moderate pace to build strength, become more grounded and access the breath more fully. Options are always offered to encourage students to respect their own limits and have fun. She draws most of her teaching style from the Kripalu School of yoga. Since discovering her passion for yoga she has made lots new friends and had many enlightening adventures including a pilgrimage to Rishikesh, India with Coral Brown. Amy has assisted the All That Matters 200 hour yoga teacher training and enjoys connecting with her students on and off of the mat during her "yoga night out" series. Amy is also a dog walker who hikes with packs of dogs in the woods and does voice over and TV commercials for local businesses.

Amy Hagan instructs the following:
  • Yoga 50 +
  • This is one of our Focused classes.
    In this class yogis explore key yoga postures and breathing techniques while learning how to enhance and modify the practice to fit each individual body. Class emphasizes just plain feeling good, and special needs may be addressed.

  • Yoga I/II
  • This is one of our Foundations classes.


    This Yoga I/II blended class includes key instruction for beginner yogis, while offering options for experienced yogis to deepen and further their practice. Teachers address various levels while adapting to students' needs.

  • Vinyasa Flow I

  • This is one of our Flow classes.

    This introductory Vinyasa Flow class moves at a gentle pace to establish strength, flexibility, and balance within a continuous sequence of postures. Vinyasa Flow I is designed for newer and intermediate students looking to hone in on proper alignment while honoring and exploring the connection between movement, breath and mindfulness—the fundamental building blocks of Vinyasa.

  • Yin Yoga
  • This is one of our Focused classes.
    Yin Yoga poses are performed seated or lying down using props and slow transitional movements that massage and lubricate the body’s sheath of connective tissue as well as the mind’s power of observation. Sustaining each pose for a period of time pairs intentional stillness with steady compression to signal a “rest and restore” mode for the central nervous system thus promoting digestion, muscle repair and organ detoxification.
    Note: Saturday’s 3:30 pm class in SK explores the nuances of Yin Yoga from the varied perspectives of rotating seasoned Yin teachers.