Sherry Sidoti is an author and the founder and lead director of FLY Yoga School, a teacher training program, and FLY Outreach, a not-for-profit that offers yoga and meditation for those in recovery from addiction and trauma on Martha’s Vineyard.
Sherry leads yoga courses, teacher training, and retreats globally. Her musings have been published in various magazines and periodicals; including The Martha’s Vineyard Times, Heart and Soul Magazine, Elephant Journal, and Anthropology and Humanism Quarterly. In 2021 Sherry won first place for prose at the Martha’s Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing. Her essay Mosaics is featured in She Writes Anthology, Art in the Time of Unbearable Crisis (releases Summer 2022). A Smoke and a Song: A Memoir (August 2023 by She Writes Press) is Sherry’s first book.
As an engaging podcast and radio guest, she has shared her spiritual teachings on What Matters Most, Twisted Times, Live Your Happy Now, WMVY Martha’s Vineyard Radio, and Three Crones. She shares with embodied humor, vulnerability, and insight, reflecting our ongoing quest for self-awareness and spiritual awakening. Sherry is most devoted to her greatest teacher, her son Miles, whose love, sensitivity, and wisdom illuminate her path.
Yoga Certifications: 500 E-RYT in Atma Holistic, Yin, Forrest, Prenatal & Postnatal, Vinyasa, Hatha, Trauma Sensitive, Restorative, Somatic Anatomy
Bachelors Degree in Anthropology from Hampshire College
Masters Degree in Museum Education from New York University
Certified Labor Doula through DONA International
Certified Recovery Coach through the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy©
Certified Somatic Attachment Therapist through Embody Lab