Teacher Bios


Kara Douglas is Fishmoon Yoga’s primary teacher, offering weekly classes, workshops & retreats throughout the year. Kara has been practicing yoga since 1998 and teaching since 2001. Trained in the Kripalu, Vinyasa and Yin Yoga traditions, with further background in Iyengar methodology and Ayurveda, she weaves a seasonal theme into her teaching. As a former science teacher and naturalist, Kara steeps her teaching in a love of nature. In addition to running the day to day operations at Fishmoon Yoga, Kara also teaches classes at The Barn, Pine Tree Studio & Freeport Yoga Co. She is a free-lance writer & a staff member at The Harpswell Anchor.


Ann Flannery is a Certified Professional Yoga teacher with Advanced Level training. Ann has been practicing yoga since 1990 and teaching yoga since 2000.

Ann began her yoga teacher training at the Kripalu Center in Lenox MA. Her continuing Yoga studies include the Iyengar tradition and Anusara methodology.

Ann’s teaching is primarily based in the Kripalu Yoga tradition and philosophy. To approach practice with compassion for one’s self, open to witnessing what unfolds.

Her classes are influenced by her love of movement and athletics as well the power of experiencial learning. She enjoys creating a space, both physically and spiritually to support students in their self discovery and the discovery of the many benefits that the ancient practice of Yoga offers.

Ann enjoys working with wood and has been a cabinetmaker since 1975. She has a deep passion for boats and being on the water and is a U.S. Coast Guard licensed Captain.




Heather Goulette is a licensed massage therapist, doula and yoga teacher with a strong background in martial arts. In 2014, she completed her yoga teacher training with the ShivaShakti School of Yoga, where she continues to study. A lifelong fascination of the structure and physiology of the human body, time spent exploring nature, a passion for helping people and a natural propensity towards the healing arts guide her teaching. Heather is a Maine native. She believes in unlimited possibilities and spreading light.