OUR TEACHERS

Janine Holley Janine, owner of Alchemy Yoga, began practicing yoga in 1994 and has never looked back. She draws influence from many traditions and has a long list of teachers to whom she is grateful. Her teacher training was with Baron Baptiste in 2003. Recently she has studied with Barbara Benagh and completed an advanced teacher training with David Regelin. Her inspiration has always come from her students and she offers a safe and challenging class with a focus on alignment and breath. She believes that the value of yoga lies in its ability to create strength and openness in the body and steadiness in the mind.  Janine is Reiki II certified.

Janine Holley
Janine, owner of Alchemy Yoga, began practicing yoga in 1994 and has never looked back. She draws influence from many traditions and has a long list of teachers to whom she is grateful. Her teacher training was with Baron Baptiste in 2003. Recently she has studied with Barbara Benagh and completed an advanced teacher training with David Regelin. Her inspiration has always come from her students and she offers a safe and challenging class with a focus on alignment and breath. She believes that the value of yoga lies in its ability to create strength and openness in the body and steadiness in the mind.  Janine is Reiki II certified.

 
Hannah Ashe Hannah’s relationship with yoga began in 2014. She was drawn to yoga as a way to escape the chaos and stress that comes with being a college student in New York City. She always believed in the connection between the mind and body during the decade that she danced intensely, but it was with yoga that she could explore it more deeply. She received her 200 hour teacher training from Yoga Vida in New York. Now she lives in Cambridge, MA where she is finishing her degree in Expressive Arts Therapy at Lesley University. 

Hannah Ashe
Hannah’s relationship with yoga began in 2014. She was drawn to yoga as a way to escape the chaos and stress that comes with being a college student in New York City. She always believed in the connection between the mind and body during the decade that she danced intensely, but it was with yoga that she could explore it more deeply. She received her 200 hour teacher training from Yoga Vida in New York. Now she lives in Cambridge, MA where she is finishing her degree in Expressive Arts Therapy at Lesley University. 

Eliza Atwater Eliza has always been a runner and participated competitively in sports.  Yoga was introduced to her in college as an additional element of training. The physicality of yoga and the spiritual connection of mind and body was the perfect complement to running and life.  Looking to learn more about the Vinyasa flow, the anatomy, and healing the inside and out led Eliza to complete her 200-hour teacher training with HYP Studios.  She continues to learn through many teachers and friends and trains privately with Jordan Lashley.

Eliza Atwater
Eliza has always been a runner and participated competitively in sports.  Yoga was introduced to her in college as an additional element of training. The physicality of yoga and the spiritual connection of mind and body was the perfect complement to running and life.  Looking to learn more about the Vinyasa flow, the anatomy, and healing the inside and out led Eliza to complete her 200-hour teacher training with HYP Studios.  She continues to learn through many teachers and friends and trains privately with Jordan Lashley.

Susan Chormann Susan has been practicing and studying yoga since the mid 1990's. She became a certified instructor in Hatha Yoga in 2001 from Frog Pond Yoga in Princeton MA and has been teaching consistently for over 14 years. Susan has done extensive advanced training in yoga therapeutics, anatomy, mindfulness, and energy studies. She is also certified in yoga for pregnancy, children, seniors, and PTSD. Susan's inspiration comes from numerous yoga styles, decades of dance training, and from her sensitivity to students’ needs and energies.

Susan Chormann
Susan has been practicing and studying yoga since the mid 1990's. She became a certified instructor in Hatha Yoga in 2001 from Frog Pond Yoga in Princeton MA and has been teaching consistently for over 14 years. Susan has done extensive advanced training in yoga therapeutics, anatomy, mindfulness, and energy studies. She is also certified in yoga for pregnancy, children, seniors, and PTSD. Susan's inspiration comes from numerous yoga styles, decades of dance training, and from her sensitivity to students’ needs and energies.

Margaux Holley Margaux’s path to yoga was much like that of many others: she was very skeptical of yoga after her first class; she became more interested but resisted developing a regular practice; at some point between then and now she became totally addicted to it, and now cannot imagine life without yoga. Margaux teaches a dynamic vinyasa-style class to a carefully-curated upbeat playlist. She encourages her students to personalize their practice, and offers plenty of modifications and variations for inspiration. 

Margaux Holley
Margaux’s path to yoga was much like that of many others: she was very skeptical of yoga after her first class; she became more interested but resisted developing a regular practice; at some point between then and now she became totally addicted to it, and now cannot imagine life without yoga. Margaux teaches a dynamic vinyasa-style class to a carefully-curated upbeat playlist. She encourages her students to personalize their practice, and offers plenty of modifications and variations for inspiration. 

Heather Keyes Heather first came to yoga tired, stressed, and feeling disconnected from her body.  Yoga created a space of quiet and freedom in body and mind that propelled her on a life-changing path to a healthier, more balanced lifestyle. Heather draws from her knowledge as a massage therapist to guide students through an intelligent flow with attention to anatomical alignment. Recognizing the importance of the mind-body connection, Heather's classes create a space that enables students to be firmly grounded in the present moment on and off the mat. Heather was certified through the Boston Yoga School and completed The Power of Touch mentorship with Nicole Clark.

Heather Keyes
Heather first came to yoga tired, stressed, and feeling disconnected from her body.  Yoga created a space of quiet and freedom in body and mind that propelled her on a life-changing path to a healthier, more balanced lifestyle. Heather draws from her knowledge as a massage therapist to guide students through an intelligent flow with attention to anatomical alignment. Recognizing the importance of the mind-body connection, Heather's classes create a space that enables students to be firmly grounded in the present moment on and off the mat. Heather was certified through the Boston Yoga School and completed The Power of Touch mentorship with Nicole Clark.

Jemimah Milburn Jemimah began practicing yoga in 2013 after the birth of her second daughter. She was initially drawn to the calming nature of the practice to provide balance in her life as a mother with a full time corporate job. She was quickly intrigued by the strong physical benefits of yoga and began studying the philosophical and energetic aspects of the practice along with the asanas. Jemimah completed her teacher training with Jacqui Bonwell and continues to study privately with Janine Holley. She aims to provide physically challenging sequences while encouraging students to remain mindful in order to truly experience moving meditation. 

Jemimah Milburn
Jemimah began practicing yoga in 2013 after the birth of her second daughter. She was initially drawn to the calming nature of the practice to provide balance in her life as a mother with a full time corporate job. She was quickly intrigued by the strong physical benefits of yoga and began studying the philosophical and energetic aspects of the practice along with the asanas. Jemimah completed her teacher training with Jacqui Bonwell and continues to study privately with Janine Holley. She aims to provide physically challenging sequences while encouraging students to remain mindful in order to truly experience moving meditation. 

Kimberly Rajotte With 14 years of competitive cheerleading and gymnastics background, Kimberly brings presence, confidence, joy and passion to all of her classes. Kimberly teaches a vinyasa-style flow with creative sequencing and a strong focus on safe, sound alignment. Kimberly caters towards all-levels and will encourage every student to try new things in a judgement-free environment. In 2012 Kimberly completed her 200 hour Teacher Training at Back Bay Yoga in Boston under the direction of Lynne Begier and Ame Wren, as well as Hip Hop Teacher Training with Lynne and Goldie Kaufenberg in 2013. 

Kimberly Rajotte
With 14 years of competitive cheerleading and gymnastics background, Kimberly brings presence, confidence, joy and passion to all of her classes. Kimberly teaches a vinyasa-style flow with creative sequencing and a strong focus on safe, sound alignment. Kimberly caters towards all-levels and will encourage every student to try new things in a judgement-free environment. In 2012 Kimberly completed her 200 hour Teacher Training at Back Bay Yoga in Boston under the direction of Lynne Begier and Ame Wren, as well as Hip Hop Teacher Training with Lynne and Goldie Kaufenberg in 2013. 

Lia Romani Lia is a Massachusetts native who started practicing yoga as a teen. The peace, clarity, and confidence it brought her was always available in difficult times and she became very devoted to the practice. Lia's passion for yoga and desire to help others find similar benefits inspired her to complete her teacher training in Kevan Gale’s Fluid Yoga. She brings this passion to her students and offers a well balanced class, welcoming to all with emphasis on mindfulness and breath.

Lia Romani
Lia is a Massachusetts native who started practicing yoga as a teen. The peace, clarity, and confidence it brought her was always available in difficult times and she became very devoted to the practice. Lia's passion for yoga and desire to help others find similar benefits inspired her to complete her teacher training in Kevan Gale’s Fluid Yoga. She brings this passion to her students and offers a well balanced class, welcoming to all with emphasis on mindfulness and breath.