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Mar 30

Local musicians playing a wide variety of old time, original, country and folk

Mar 31
Apr 5

In-house Yoga at The Red Lion Inn with Dharma Coach Kat Whitney

  • Sunday Mornings from 9:30am-10:45am.
  • Complimentary for guests and Inn employees. $15 for walk-ins.
  • Please check in at the front desk. Mats available.

About Kat Whitney: 

Kat took her first yoga class while pregnant with her first child. That baby is now a yoga teacher in her own right and Kat’s full-on, all-in enthusiasm for yoga continues unabated.  Her passion for yoga is seasoned with a substantial grain of salt, a necessary condiment for keeping yoga practice real. After an initial fierce infatuation — aren’t we all like that when something is new, sexy and astounding? — she now experiences yoga as a powerful tool for living in a complex, ever-changing world with a naturally busy mind and a body that craves fulfillment of its kinesthetic blueprint.

An intrepid learner, Kat has studied with Bikram and Rajashree Choudhury, Diane Ducharme, Baron BaptisteKrishna Das, Sharon Saltzberg, David Magone, Sally KemptonDharma Mittra and Marc St. Pierre. Her primary spiritual teacher is His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama,  and she frequents workshops and teaching withLama Migmar Tseten, the Buddhist chaplain at Harvard University.  She continually  explores all eight limbs of yoga and gratefully acknowledges the influence and support of her many teachers, both inside and outside the discipline of yoga.

Formerly the director of Bikram Yoga Ipswich and Ipswich River Yoga in Ipswich, MA, Kat has served as the managing partner at Ananda Shanti Yoga in Manchester by the Sea, MA and has taught at studios throughout the Boston area for the past 15 years.  She currently teaches yoga in Salem and Stockbridge, leads Yoga Teacher Trainings and Retreats, and writes and educates about health, wellness, yoga and the dharma via her blog and the DHARMA COACH FACE BOOK page. She is completing certification with iPEC (The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching ) to become a Life Potentials Coach specializing in life transition, including health and wellness coaching to support that big shift. Her personal practice, in the world and on the mat, is at the center of her life, parenting and teaching. She has strong interests in progressive nutrition, like to lift heavy and is a life-long equestrian. A former high school English, History and Theatre Arts teacher, Kat holds an Ed.M from Harvard University.

-http://dharmacoach.com/about/

Celebrate Easter with us! Executive Chef Brian J. Alberg pulls out all the stops and prepares a special four-course prix fixe dinner for this holiday. Diners will have a choice of several items per course — from locally-sourced meat to seafood and vegetarian selections. As always, children are most welcome — we offer large tables for family gatherings and private rooms for more intimate dinners. Book your table with our Reservations department at 413.298.1690 or email reservations@redlioninn.com

EASTER 2015*:
Choice of one option for each course:

First
Cream of Scallop and Leek Soup

Carrot and Parsnip Purée
with Minted Peas

 Bayley Hazen Blue Cheese Tart
with Berry Patch Greens

 Country-style Paté
with Cornichons, Dijon and Toast

Second
Salad of Spring Greens
with Orange Sections, Shaved Fennel and Pepitas

Third
Berkshire Wildflower Honey-glazed Ham
with Scalloped Potatoes, Haricot Verts and Red Wine-Ginger Reduction

Lila’s Mountain Lamb Shepherd’s Pie
with Mashed Potatoes and Berleberg Cheese

Grilled Chicken Breast Paillard
with Truffled Risotto

East Coast Sole
with Stewed Zucchini, Large-grain Couscous

Maitake Mushroom and Root Vegetable Ragout
with White Polenta Cake and Swiss Chard

Fourth
Blueberry Cobbler
with High Lawn Farm Cream

 Lemon Tart
with Shortbread and Raspberry Purée

 Chocolate Truffle Tart
with Salted Caramel

 Pecan Balls
with Vanilla Ice Cream and Chocolate Sauce

*Menu subject to change
$55 for adults  |   $27.50 for children under 12

Apr 12

In-house Yoga at The Red Lion Inn with Dharma Coach Kat Whitney

  • Sunday Mornings from 9:30am-10:45am.
  • Complimentary for guests and Inn employees. $15 for walk-ins.
  • Please check in at the front desk. Mats available.

About Kat Whitney: 

Kat took her first yoga class while pregnant with her first child. That baby is now a yoga teacher in her own right and Kat’s full-on, all-in enthusiasm for yoga continues unabated.  Her passion for yoga is seasoned with a substantial grain of salt, a necessary condiment for keeping yoga practice real. After an initial fierce infatuation — aren’t we all like that when something is new, sexy and astounding? — she now experiences yoga as a powerful tool for living in a complex, ever-changing world with a naturally busy mind and a body that craves fulfillment of its kinesthetic blueprint.

An intrepid learner, Kat has studied with Bikram and Rajashree Choudhury, Diane Ducharme, Baron BaptisteKrishna Das, Sharon Saltzberg, David Magone, Sally KemptonDharma Mittra and Marc St. Pierre. Her primary spiritual teacher is His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama,  and she frequents workshops and teaching withLama Migmar Tseten, the Buddhist chaplain at Harvard University.  She continually  explores all eight limbs of yoga and gratefully acknowledges the influence and support of her many teachers, both inside and outside the discipline of yoga.

Formerly the director of Bikram Yoga Ipswich and Ipswich River Yoga in Ipswich, MA, Kat has served as the managing partner at Ananda Shanti Yoga in Manchester by the Sea, MA and has taught at studios throughout the Boston area for the past 15 years.  She currently teaches yoga in Salem and Stockbridge, leads Yoga Teacher Trainings and Retreats, and writes and educates about health, wellness, yoga and the dharma via her blog and the DHARMA COACH FACE BOOK page. She is completing certification with iPEC (The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching ) to become a Life Potentials Coach specializing in life transition, including health and wellness coaching to support that big shift. Her personal practice, in the world and on the mat, is at the center of her life, parenting and teaching. She has strong interests in progressive nutrition, like to lift heavy and is a life-long equestrian. A former high school English, History and Theatre Arts teacher, Kat holds an Ed.M from Harvard University.

-http://dharmacoach.com/about/

Apr 19

In-house Yoga at The Red Lion Inn with Dharma Coach Kat Whitney

  • Sunday Mornings from 9:30am-10:45am.
  • Complimentary for guests and Inn employees. $15 for walk-ins.
  • Please check in at the front desk. Mats available.

About Kat Whitney: 

Kat took her first yoga class while pregnant with her first child. That baby is now a yoga teacher in her own right and Kat’s full-on, all-in enthusiasm for yoga continues unabated.  Her passion for yoga is seasoned with a substantial grain of salt, a necessary condiment for keeping yoga practice real. After an initial fierce infatuation — aren’t we all like that when something is new, sexy and astounding? — she now experiences yoga as a powerful tool for living in a complex, ever-changing world with a naturally busy mind and a body that craves fulfillment of its kinesthetic blueprint.

An intrepid learner, Kat has studied with Bikram and Rajashree Choudhury, Diane Ducharme, Baron BaptisteKrishna Das, Sharon Saltzberg, David Magone, Sally KemptonDharma Mittra and Marc St. Pierre. Her primary spiritual teacher is His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama,  and she frequents workshops and teaching withLama Migmar Tseten, the Buddhist chaplain at Harvard University.  She continually  explores all eight limbs of yoga and gratefully acknowledges the influence and support of her many teachers, both inside and outside the discipline of yoga.

Formerly the director of Bikram Yoga Ipswich and Ipswich River Yoga in Ipswich, MA, Kat has served as the managing partner at Ananda Shanti Yoga in Manchester by the Sea, MA and has taught at studios throughout the Boston area for the past 15 years.  She currently teaches yoga in Salem and Stockbridge, leads Yoga Teacher Trainings and Retreats, and writes and educates about health, wellness, yoga and the dharma via her blog and the DHARMA COACH FACE BOOK page. She is completing certification with iPEC (The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching ) to become a Life Potentials Coach specializing in life transition, including health and wellness coaching to support that big shift. Her personal practice, in the world and on the mat, is at the center of her life, parenting and teaching. She has strong interests in progressive nutrition, like to lift heavy and is a life-long equestrian. A former high school English, History and Theatre Arts teacher, Kat holds an Ed.M from Harvard University.

-http://dharmacoach.com/about/

Apr 26

In-house Yoga at The Red Lion Inn with Dharma Coach Kat Whitney

  • Sunday Mornings from 9:30am-10:45am.
  • Complimentary for guests and Inn employees. $15 for walk-ins.
  • Please check in at the front desk. Mats available.

About Kat Whitney: 

Kat took her first yoga class while pregnant with her first child. That baby is now a yoga teacher in her own right and Kat’s full-on, all-in enthusiasm for yoga continues unabated.  Her passion for yoga is seasoned with a substantial grain of salt, a necessary condiment for keeping yoga practice real. After an initial fierce infatuation — aren’t we all like that when something is new, sexy and astounding? — she now experiences yoga as a powerful tool for living in a complex, ever-changing world with a naturally busy mind and a body that craves fulfillment of its kinesthetic blueprint.

An intrepid learner, Kat has studied with Bikram and Rajashree Choudhury, Diane Ducharme, Baron BaptisteKrishna Das, Sharon Saltzberg, David Magone, Sally KemptonDharma Mittra and Marc St. Pierre. Her primary spiritual teacher is His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama,  and she frequents workshops and teaching withLama Migmar Tseten, the Buddhist chaplain at Harvard University.  She continually  explores all eight limbs of yoga and gratefully acknowledges the influence and support of her many teachers, both inside and outside the discipline of yoga.

Formerly the director of Bikram Yoga Ipswich and Ipswich River Yoga in Ipswich, MA, Kat has served as the managing partner at Ananda Shanti Yoga in Manchester by the Sea, MA and has taught at studios throughout the Boston area for the past 15 years.  She currently teaches yoga in Salem and Stockbridge, leads Yoga Teacher Trainings and Retreats, and writes and educates about health, wellness, yoga and the dharma via her blog and the DHARMA COACH FACE BOOK page. She is completing certification with iPEC (The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching ) to become a Life Potentials Coach specializing in life transition, including health and wellness coaching to support that big shift. Her personal practice, in the world and on the mat, is at the center of her life, parenting and teaching. She has strong interests in progressive nutrition, like to lift heavy and is a life-long equestrian. A former high school English, History and Theatre Arts teacher, Kat holds an Ed.M from Harvard University.

-http://dharmacoach.com/about/

May 3

In-house Yoga at The Red Lion Inn with Dharma Coach Kat Whitney

  • Sunday Mornings from 9:30am-10:45am.
  • Complimentary for guests and Inn employees. $15 for walk-ins.
  • Please check in at the front desk. Mats available.

About Kat Whitney: 

Kat took her first yoga class while pregnant with her first child. That baby is now a yoga teacher in her own right and Kat’s full-on, all-in enthusiasm for yoga continues unabated.  Her passion for yoga is seasoned with a substantial grain of salt, a necessary condiment for keeping yoga practice real. After an initial fierce infatuation — aren’t we all like that when something is new, sexy and astounding? — she now experiences yoga as a powerful tool for living in a complex, ever-changing world with a naturally busy mind and a body that craves fulfillment of its kinesthetic blueprint.

An intrepid learner, Kat has studied with Bikram and Rajashree Choudhury, Diane Ducharme, Baron BaptisteKrishna Das, Sharon Saltzberg, David Magone, Sally KemptonDharma Mittra and Marc St. Pierre. Her primary spiritual teacher is His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama,  and she frequents workshops and teaching withLama Migmar Tseten, the Buddhist chaplain at Harvard University.  She continually  explores all eight limbs of yoga and gratefully acknowledges the influence and support of her many teachers, both inside and outside the discipline of yoga.

Formerly the director of Bikram Yoga Ipswich and Ipswich River Yoga in Ipswich, MA, Kat has served as the managing partner at Ananda Shanti Yoga in Manchester by the Sea, MA and has taught at studios throughout the Boston area for the past 15 years.  She currently teaches yoga in Salem and Stockbridge, leads Yoga Teacher Trainings and Retreats, and writes and educates about health, wellness, yoga and the dharma via her blog and the DHARMA COACH FACE BOOK page. She is completing certification with iPEC (The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching ) to become a Life Potentials Coach specializing in life transition, including health and wellness coaching to support that big shift. Her personal practice, in the world and on the mat, is at the center of her life, parenting and teaching. She has strong interests in progressive nutrition, like to lift heavy and is a life-long equestrian. A former high school English, History and Theatre Arts teacher, Kat holds an Ed.M from Harvard University.

-http://dharmacoach.com/about/

May 10

In-house Yoga at The Red Lion Inn with Dharma Coach Kat Whitney

  • Sunday Mornings from 9:30am-10:45am.
  • Complimentary for guests and Inn employees. $15 for walk-ins.
  • Please check in at the front desk. Mats available.

About Kat Whitney: 

Kat took her first yoga class while pregnant with her first child. That baby is now a yoga teacher in her own right and Kat’s full-on, all-in enthusiasm for yoga continues unabated.  Her passion for yoga is seasoned with a substantial grain of salt, a necessary condiment for keeping yoga practice real. After an initial fierce infatuation — aren’t we all like that when something is new, sexy and astounding? — she now experiences yoga as a powerful tool for living in a complex, ever-changing world with a naturally busy mind and a body that craves fulfillment of its kinesthetic blueprint.

An intrepid learner, Kat has studied with Bikram and Rajashree Choudhury, Diane Ducharme, Baron BaptisteKrishna Das, Sharon Saltzberg, David Magone, Sally KemptonDharma Mittra and Marc St. Pierre. Her primary spiritual teacher is His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama,  and she frequents workshops and teaching withLama Migmar Tseten, the Buddhist chaplain at Harvard University.  She continually  explores all eight limbs of yoga and gratefully acknowledges the influence and support of her many teachers, both inside and outside the discipline of yoga.

Formerly the director of Bikram Yoga Ipswich and Ipswich River Yoga in Ipswich, MA, Kat has served as the managing partner at Ananda Shanti Yoga in Manchester by the Sea, MA and has taught at studios throughout the Boston area for the past 15 years.  She currently teaches yoga in Salem and Stockbridge, leads Yoga Teacher Trainings and Retreats, and writes and educates about health, wellness, yoga and the dharma via her blog and the DHARMA COACH FACE BOOK page. She is completing certification with iPEC (The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching ) to become a Life Potentials Coach specializing in life transition, including health and wellness coaching to support that big shift. Her personal practice, in the world and on the mat, is at the center of her life, parenting and teaching. She has strong interests in progressive nutrition, like to lift heavy and is a life-long equestrian. A former high school English, History and Theatre Arts teacher, Kat holds an Ed.M from Harvard University.

-http://dharmacoach.com/about/

May 17

In-house Yoga at The Red Lion Inn with Dharma Coach Kat Whitney

  • Sunday Mornings from 9:30am-10:45am.
  • Complimentary for guests and Inn employees. $15 for walk-ins.
  • Please check in at the front desk. Mats available.

About Kat Whitney: 

Kat took her first yoga class while pregnant with her first child. That baby is now a yoga teacher in her own right and Kat’s full-on, all-in enthusiasm for yoga continues unabated.  Her passion for yoga is seasoned with a substantial grain of salt, a necessary condiment for keeping yoga practice real. After an initial fierce infatuation — aren’t we all like that when something is new, sexy and astounding? — she now experiences yoga as a powerful tool for living in a complex, ever-changing world with a naturally busy mind and a body that craves fulfillment of its kinesthetic blueprint.

An intrepid learner, Kat has studied with Bikram and Rajashree Choudhury, Diane Ducharme, Baron BaptisteKrishna Das, Sharon Saltzberg, David Magone, Sally KemptonDharma Mittra and Marc St. Pierre. Her primary spiritual teacher is His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama,  and she frequents workshops and teaching withLama Migmar Tseten, the Buddhist chaplain at Harvard University.  She continually  explores all eight limbs of yoga and gratefully acknowledges the influence and support of her many teachers, both inside and outside the discipline of yoga.

Formerly the director of Bikram Yoga Ipswich and Ipswich River Yoga in Ipswich, MA, Kat has served as the managing partner at Ananda Shanti Yoga in Manchester by the Sea, MA and has taught at studios throughout the Boston area for the past 15 years.  She currently teaches yoga in Salem and Stockbridge, leads Yoga Teacher Trainings and Retreats, and writes and educates about health, wellness, yoga and the dharma via her blog and the DHARMA COACH FACE BOOK page. She is completing certification with iPEC (The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching ) to become a Life Potentials Coach specializing in life transition, including health and wellness coaching to support that big shift. Her personal practice, in the world and on the mat, is at the center of her life, parenting and teaching. She has strong interests in progressive nutrition, like to lift heavy and is a life-long equestrian. A former high school English, History and Theatre Arts teacher, Kat holds an Ed.M from Harvard University.

-http://dharmacoach.com/about/

May 24

In-house Yoga at The Red Lion Inn with Dharma Coach Kat Whitney

  • Sunday Mornings from 9:30am-10:45am.
  • Complimentary for guests and Inn employees. $15 for walk-ins.
  • Please check in at the front desk. Mats available.

About Kat Whitney: 

Kat took her first yoga class while pregnant with her first child. That baby is now a yoga teacher in her own right and Kat’s full-on, all-in enthusiasm for yoga continues unabated.  Her passion for yoga is seasoned with a substantial grain of salt, a necessary condiment for keeping yoga practice real. After an initial fierce infatuation — aren’t we all like that when something is new, sexy and astounding? — she now experiences yoga as a powerful tool for living in a complex, ever-changing world with a naturally busy mind and a body that craves fulfillment of its kinesthetic blueprint.

An intrepid learner, Kat has studied with Bikram and Rajashree Choudhury, Diane Ducharme, Baron BaptisteKrishna Das, Sharon Saltzberg, David Magone, Sally KemptonDharma Mittra and Marc St. Pierre. Her primary spiritual teacher is His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama,  and she frequents workshops and teaching withLama Migmar Tseten, the Buddhist chaplain at Harvard University.  She continually  explores all eight limbs of yoga and gratefully acknowledges the influence and support of her many teachers, both inside and outside the discipline of yoga.

Formerly the director of Bikram Yoga Ipswich and Ipswich River Yoga in Ipswich, MA, Kat has served as the managing partner at Ananda Shanti Yoga in Manchester by the Sea, MA and has taught at studios throughout the Boston area for the past 15 years.  She currently teaches yoga in Salem and Stockbridge, leads Yoga Teacher Trainings and Retreats, and writes and educates about health, wellness, yoga and the dharma via her blog and the DHARMA COACH FACE BOOK page. She is completing certification with iPEC (The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching ) to become a Life Potentials Coach specializing in life transition, including health and wellness coaching to support that big shift. Her personal practice, in the world and on the mat, is at the center of her life, parenting and teaching. She has strong interests in progressive nutrition, like to lift heavy and is a life-long equestrian. A former high school English, History and Theatre Arts teacher, Kat holds an Ed.M from Harvard University.

-http://dharmacoach.com/about/

May 31

In-house Yoga at The Red Lion Inn with Dharma Coach Kat Whitney

  • Sunday Mornings from 9:30am-10:45am.
  • Complimentary for guests and Inn employees. $15 for walk-ins.
  • Please check in at the front desk. Mats available.

About Kat Whitney: 

Kat took her first yoga class while pregnant with her first child. That baby is now a yoga teacher in her own right and Kat’s full-on, all-in enthusiasm for yoga continues unabated.  Her passion for yoga is seasoned with a substantial grain of salt, a necessary condiment for keeping yoga practice real. After an initial fierce infatuation — aren’t we all like that when something is new, sexy and astounding? — she now experiences yoga as a powerful tool for living in a complex, ever-changing world with a naturally busy mind and a body that craves fulfillment of its kinesthetic blueprint.

An intrepid learner, Kat has studied with Bikram and Rajashree Choudhury, Diane Ducharme, Baron BaptisteKrishna Das, Sharon Saltzberg, David Magone, Sally KemptonDharma Mittra and Marc St. Pierre. Her primary spiritual teacher is His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama,  and she frequents workshops and teaching withLama Migmar Tseten, the Buddhist chaplain at Harvard University.  She continually  explores all eight limbs of yoga and gratefully acknowledges the influence and support of her many teachers, both inside and outside the discipline of yoga.

Formerly the director of Bikram Yoga Ipswich and Ipswich River Yoga in Ipswich, MA, Kat has served as the managing partner at Ananda Shanti Yoga in Manchester by the Sea, MA and has taught at studios throughout the Boston area for the past 15 years.  She currently teaches yoga in Salem and Stockbridge, leads Yoga Teacher Trainings and Retreats, and writes and educates about health, wellness, yoga and the dharma via her blog and the DHARMA COACH FACE BOOK page. She is completing certification with iPEC (The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching ) to become a Life Potentials Coach specializing in life transition, including health and wellness coaching to support that big shift. Her personal practice, in the world and on the mat, is at the center of her life, parenting and teaching. She has strong interests in progressive nutrition, like to lift heavy and is a life-long equestrian. A former high school English, History and Theatre Arts teacher, Kat holds an Ed.M from Harvard University.

-http://dharmacoach.com/about/

Jun 7

In-house Yoga at The Red Lion Inn with Dharma Coach Kat Whitney

  • Sunday Mornings from 9:30am-10:45am.
  • Complimentary for guests and Inn employees. $15 for walk-ins.
  • Please check in at the front desk. Mats available.

About Kat Whitney: 

Kat took her first yoga class while pregnant with her first child. That baby is now a yoga teacher in her own right and Kat’s full-on, all-in enthusiasm for yoga continues unabated.  Her passion for yoga is seasoned with a substantial grain of salt, a necessary condiment for keeping yoga practice real. After an initial fierce infatuation — aren’t we all like that when something is new, sexy and astounding? — she now experiences yoga as a powerful tool for living in a complex, ever-changing world with a naturally busy mind and a body that craves fulfillment of its kinesthetic blueprint.

An intrepid learner, Kat has studied with Bikram and Rajashree Choudhury, Diane Ducharme, Baron BaptisteKrishna Das, Sharon Saltzberg, David Magone, Sally KemptonDharma Mittra and Marc St. Pierre. Her primary spiritual teacher is His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama,  and she frequents workshops and teaching withLama Migmar Tseten, the Buddhist chaplain at Harvard University.  She continually  explores all eight limbs of yoga and gratefully acknowledges the influence and support of her many teachers, both inside and outside the discipline of yoga.

Formerly the director of Bikram Yoga Ipswich and Ipswich River Yoga in Ipswich, MA, Kat has served as the managing partner at Ananda Shanti Yoga in Manchester by the Sea, MA and has taught at studios throughout the Boston area for the past 15 years.  She currently teaches yoga in Salem and Stockbridge, leads Yoga Teacher Trainings and Retreats, and writes and educates about health, wellness, yoga and the dharma via her blog and the DHARMA COACH FACE BOOK page. She is completing certification with iPEC (The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching ) to become a Life Potentials Coach specializing in life transition, including health and wellness coaching to support that big shift. Her personal practice, in the world and on the mat, is at the center of her life, parenting and teaching. She has strong interests in progressive nutrition, like to lift heavy and is a life-long equestrian. A former high school English, History and Theatre Arts teacher, Kat holds an Ed.M from Harvard University.

-http://dharmacoach.com/about/

Jun 14

In-house Yoga at The Red Lion Inn with Dharma Coach Kat Whitney

  • Sunday Mornings from 9:30am-10:45am.
  • Complimentary for guests and Inn employees. $15 for walk-ins.
  • Please check in at the front desk. Mats available.

About Kat Whitney: 

Kat took her first yoga class while pregnant with her first child. That baby is now a yoga teacher in her own right and Kat’s full-on, all-in enthusiasm for yoga continues unabated.  Her passion for yoga is seasoned with a substantial grain of salt, a necessary condiment for keeping yoga practice real. After an initial fierce infatuation — aren’t we all like that when something is new, sexy and astounding? — she now experiences yoga as a powerful tool for living in a complex, ever-changing world with a naturally busy mind and a body that craves fulfillment of its kinesthetic blueprint.

An intrepid learner, Kat has studied with Bikram and Rajashree Choudhury, Diane Ducharme, Baron BaptisteKrishna Das, Sharon Saltzberg, David Magone, Sally KemptonDharma Mittra and Marc St. Pierre. Her primary spiritual teacher is His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama,  and she frequents workshops and teaching withLama Migmar Tseten, the Buddhist chaplain at Harvard University.  She continually  explores all eight limbs of yoga and gratefully acknowledges the influence and support of her many teachers, both inside and outside the discipline of yoga.

Formerly the director of Bikram Yoga Ipswich and Ipswich River Yoga in Ipswich, MA, Kat has served as the managing partner at Ananda Shanti Yoga in Manchester by the Sea, MA and has taught at studios throughout the Boston area for the past 15 years.  She currently teaches yoga in Salem and Stockbridge, leads Yoga Teacher Trainings and Retreats, and writes and educates about health, wellness, yoga and the dharma via her blog and the DHARMA COACH FACE BOOK page. She is completing certification with iPEC (The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching ) to become a Life Potentials Coach specializing in life transition, including health and wellness coaching to support that big shift. Her personal practice, in the world and on the mat, is at the center of her life, parenting and teaching. She has strong interests in progressive nutrition, like to lift heavy and is a life-long equestrian. A former high school English, History and Theatre Arts teacher, Kat holds an Ed.M from Harvard University.

-http://dharmacoach.com/about/

Jun 21

In-house Yoga at The Red Lion Inn with Dharma Coach Kat Whitney

  • Sunday Mornings from 9:30am-10:45am.
  • Complimentary for guests and Inn employees. $15 for walk-ins.
  • Please check in at the front desk. Mats available.

About Kat Whitney: 

Kat took her first yoga class while pregnant with her first child. That baby is now a yoga teacher in her own right and Kat’s full-on, all-in enthusiasm for yoga continues unabated.  Her passion for yoga is seasoned with a substantial grain of salt, a necessary condiment for keeping yoga practice real. After an initial fierce infatuation — aren’t we all like that when something is new, sexy and astounding? — she now experiences yoga as a powerful tool for living in a complex, ever-changing world with a naturally busy mind and a body that craves fulfillment of its kinesthetic blueprint.

An intrepid learner, Kat has studied with Bikram and Rajashree Choudhury, Diane Ducharme, Baron BaptisteKrishna Das, Sharon Saltzberg, David Magone, Sally KemptonDharma Mittra and Marc St. Pierre. Her primary spiritual teacher is His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama,  and she frequents workshops and teaching withLama Migmar Tseten, the Buddhist chaplain at Harvard University.  She continually  explores all eight limbs of yoga and gratefully acknowledges the influence and support of her many teachers, both inside and outside the discipline of yoga.

Formerly the director of Bikram Yoga Ipswich and Ipswich River Yoga in Ipswich, MA, Kat has served as the managing partner at Ananda Shanti Yoga in Manchester by the Sea, MA and has taught at studios throughout the Boston area for the past 15 years.  She currently teaches yoga in Salem and Stockbridge, leads Yoga Teacher Trainings and Retreats, and writes and educates about health, wellness, yoga and the dharma via her blog and the DHARMA COACH FACE BOOK page. She is completing certification with iPEC (The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching ) to become a Life Potentials Coach specializing in life transition, including health and wellness coaching to support that big shift. Her personal practice, in the world and on the mat, is at the center of her life, parenting and teaching. She has strong interests in progressive nutrition, like to lift heavy and is a life-long equestrian. A former high school English, History and Theatre Arts teacher, Kat holds an Ed.M from Harvard University.

-http://dharmacoach.com/about/

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