Do you know that we offer YOGA every Sunday in WH? Now at 11am each week you can join our amazing instructors as they lead you through an hour long class, a perfect compliment to your WIP workouts. Not only is our WIP Yoga Team exceptional on the mat, they are all WIPsters too! Check out their Bios below and be sure to join them on Sundays.


Amy is a 200-RYT graduate of the 2014 WHY Power Yoga Teacher Training Program. Amy is eager to share her passion with students and help them to empower themselves through yoga. She creates strong, dynamic power classes with modifications for new and experienced practitioners alike, always set to an eclectic playlist. Amy wants to encourage all her students to explore their edge in a nurturing and playful environment. Expect to move, sweat, and cultivate mindfulness and strength. Amy has been a WIPster since 2015 and has been running the WIP Yoga program the past few years. When she's not on the mat, Amy loves hiking with her dog Gus, dancing to live music, and finding travel adventures all over the world.


Megan is a graduate of West Hartford Yoga’s 200-Hour Teacher Training program and also a specialist in lymphedema and pelvic health therapies as an occupational therapist. She has deepened her meditation and yoga practices through participating in workshops offered by WHY, Kripalu, and Katonah Yoga studios. She has been an active WIPster since 2016, drawn to tabata timed workouts in particular. When she’s not practicing yoga or working out, Megan can be found hiking with her lab mutt Bodhi, traveling, or enjoying cold brew coffee at a local café.


Monica has been coming to WIP since 2016 and is excited to now be teaching yoga! She is a 2018 graduate of West Hartford Yogas teacher training program and has been practicing yoga since 2012. When Monica is not working at Aetna, at yoga or WIP you can find her hiking, skiing, traveling (most often to National parks), singing til she’s hoarse at a concert, being an unofficial New England tour guide, making elaborate avocado toasts, or (most likely) being licked by her adopted dog Kaiya.

Mary Kate Doyle