Ally Marsh was introduced to yoga while an undergrad in Vermont. She eventually settled in Boston and began professional training which culminated in a Master’s level licensed mental health counselor specializing in expressive therapies. She began using art, music and movement to aid others through mental health difficulties and found the integral benefits of yoga for her own self-care as well as for the benefit of others. Yoga is about attaining that perfect balance for connecting to the mind, body, and being mindful of that relationship.
She was further inspired to expand her yogic path while working on a women’s mental health unit and took a leave to become trained as a 200-RYT, certified in Vinyasa Flow Yoga. The training in Costa Rica under the teachings of Jacqueline Heisle, incorporated the physical, emotional, and combined whole self-approach to self-improvement. Ally was introduced to SUP yoga while attending a Yoga Festival in 2012 and was forever inspired to experience SUP yoga locally and internationally.
She is excited to share her love of incorporating the senses within nature (sound, scent, and sight) along with the movement, breath and intension of yoga off the mat. She creates a setting of nourishing comfort balanced with challenge and encourages students to set a heartfelt intention and then allow yoga to literally ‘float’ to that space.
- Registered Yoga Teacher – 200 hours
- SUP Yoga Certified Teacher – 25 hours
- Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training – 25 hours
- First Aid & CPR