Devon Parish

Devon Parish has always been expressing herself through movement. She trained in classical ballet and modern dance for over twenty years, at times performing professionally, and loves it still. It took a persistent injury and some persuasive friends to finally draw her to the yoga mat in 2011. She soon found not only healing, but a new passion. In 2014, she completed her 200 hour training through the Boston Yoga School under the guidance of Ame Wren. She has completed additional training in Yin Yoga and Functional Anatomy. 

Since becoming a mother, she has been exploring how to use yoga as a tool for stewarding people through radical life transitions. She is a student of somatics and narrative healing. Over the years, Devon has taught in studios, gyms, community centers, churches and parks in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Vermont. Her teaching is rooted in the vinyasa style of linking breath and movement. Devon values intelligent sequencing that empowers students to challenge themselves while staying safe and not taking themselves too seriously. She strives to foster an atmosphere of belonging and growth and believes that ultimately, embodiment in community is the key to transforming our world.