Anne Rundle, MS, RN, RYT-200, Owner

Anne is a nurse with a background in psychiatry and community health.  She has been teaching yoga, mindfulness and stress reduction since 2009.  She is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200) certified by "A Yoga Practice" in Georgetown, MA, a 200-hour program accredited by the Yoga Alliance.  A longtime runner and biker, Anne is interested in Ashtanga yoga - an athletic style of yoga that incorporates Patanjali's 8 limbs of yoga as a foundation of study. Anne enjoys working with athletes who wish to complement current practice, those who are recovering from injury, or coping with chronic illness.   In her spare time, Anne is a mom of Will, and a nurse with Elder Services of Merrimack Valley.    Anne is also a writer and editor and thinks she is much funnier than she is.  You can find Anne at or 978-891-4037.








Sandy Kiley, PT   Pilates Instructor

Sandy first tried Pilates in about 2008 and fell in love with the way it made her feel.  She noticed improved posture and stronger functional core strength. After practicing for about 3 years, she made the move to become a Mat Instructor through the rigorous Balanced Body University program. She has been teaching for 2 years now and loves to watch people’s strength and endurance progress in their exercise programs as well as in their daily lives! Health and wellness are a large part of her life as she is also a Physical Therapist, and she loves to educate people on their bodies and how they move…Pilates is a natural fit for her as it is helpful in preventing and rehabilitating many injuries and muscle imbalances common in our 21st-century lives.   Sandy can be reached at or 978-270-8972.


Pétra Horgan, Tai Chi Instructor

Pétra began her study of Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan Short Form at the School of Tai Chi Chuan in New York City. She has also studied with Wolfe Lowenthal at Long River Tai Chi Circle in Manhattan, New York. Currently, she studies and teaches at Great Bay Tai Chi with Paul Mahoney, adding Traditional Yang Style Long Form, Qi Gong and Pushing Hands to her interests.  Pétra can be found at or 978-407-7192.


 Sally Hennessey, RYT-200  Slow Flow Yoga Instructor

After experiencing and falling in love with yoga, Sally, a Merrimac resident, became certified to teach yoga. She has been teaching and sharing her love of yoga for four years. Sally believes people are like gardens, always growing and evolving, requiring care and attention. Knowing that it is never too late to begin, Sally embraces the idea that if you can breathe you can practice yoga. She continues to take classes and workshops in the Boston area and Kripalu and is grateful to all of her instructors and students for the knowledge they give to her. She teaches a fusion of slow flowing movements and stretches coordinated with the breath to create a soothing sense of well being.


  Brittany Waterhouse, RYT-200 Teen Yoga Instructor Brittany started practicing yoga with her grandmother when she was still in high school and continued throughout her college years. In 2012, she began a steady practice in hot yoga in Burlington, MA where she works as an office manager and executive assistant. She began practicing in the heat for the physical aspect, to work out and sweat, but found so much more than that. Brittany decided to become certified in 2014 because she wanted others to also experience feeling light, alive, aligned and present: "Being present in your body is one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself in our fast-paced society and we all need to take time for ourselves and slow down." In April 2014, Brittany graduates a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200) certified by "Prana Power Yoga" in Woburn, MA, a 200-hour program accredited by the Yoga Alliance. Brittany also enjoys traveling worldwide, any and all forms of yoga, and holistic health. She can be reached at 


Michele McInnes, BS, CMT  Meditation Instructor

Michelle holds a Bachelors degree in Psychology and is currently working towards her Masters degree in Human Psychological Development. She has practiced meditation for 10 years and is currently working towards her 200 hour Hatha Yoga teacher certification.  She has been a Certified Polarity Therapist since 2004 and is experienced in ayurvedic bodywork, sublime energy system healing, psycho-synthesis and dynamic crisis intervention through her 16 years of non- profit work with children and families in Massachusetts.  Her career is focused on the life functioning, assessment and stabilization of her clients.  Now, Michelle has focused her energy on a broader community focused meditation and life counseling practice with her wellness company Teaching Peace, which is focused on attaining life balance through lifestyle adjustments, stress reduction and creating a regular meditation and yoga practice.