Meetinghouse Yoga Staff

Holly Hofmann began practicing yoga in 1992 and was certified to teach in the Kripalu tradition in 1998. Since 2000 she has studied both the Iyengar tradition and Viniyoga lineage. Holly's teaching combines these three approaches, and her classes encourage patience, humor and kindness as the body naturally unfolds. She is the director of Meetinghouse Yoga.
Contact Holly: 831-8590 or


Jennifer Willis has been practicing yoga since 1995. She trained and continues to study with master teacher Erich Schiffmann. She runs the yoga program for the Waynflete School, and offers private lessons at her home studio in Cape Elizabeth. Her classes combine Iyengar-based alignment with mindful Vinyasa flow. She encourages each student to develop a personal approach to yoga by learning to be guided from within. Jennifer is the editor of The Joy of Yoga and A Lifetime of Peace: Essential Writings by and about Thich Nhat Hanh.  Contact Jennifer: 799-3340 or


Melora Gregory, E-RYT 500, is a registered yoga teacher who has taught and studied since 1993.  She is an attentive, compassionate and patient teacher whose classes integrate a deep knowledge of anatomy, therepeutics and philosophy.  Her primary teachers are from the Iyengar tradition. Melora is also certified in Yamuna Body Rolling, a therepeutic practice of deep tissue body work that has profound healing applications.  She teaches in many settings, including universities, fitness centers, corporations and international retreats. 
Contact Melora: 776-0902 or


Jaynie Schiff-Verre is certified to teach Restorative Yoga through the Kripalu Yoga Center. Currently she is finishing a teacher training program at YOGAspirit Studios. Jaynie's classes are informed by her extensive background in modern dance and Authentic Movement. She believes that mental and physical well-being are interconnected and she is committed to bringing body, mind and soul into harmony.
Contact Jaynie: 200-6048 or


Martha Williams began practicing yoga in 2000 and deepened her practice while working at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health (2005-2014).  She received her yoga teacher training through the YogaSpirit School of Yoga, learning a blend of Iyengar and Kundalini yoga traditions.  Her classes are strongly influenced by her Kripalu experience and provide clear guidance on alignment and the intention of the postures.  The classes offer a thoughtful blend of centering, stretching, mindful movement and deep relaxation.  Students leave class feeling refreshed, renewed and relaxed.  Contact Martha: 747-9223 or