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A Yogi's Health and Wellness Guide to Nantucket

by Meagan Rohrer
Salad Healthy quinoa salad made with local island ingredients. Photo courtesy of Nativ Made.

Maintaining a healthy and wholesome lifestyle while vacationing is getting easier and easier — even remote destinations like Nantucket have a health and wellness scene. We asked Supta Yoga Nantucket's owner and longtime island visitor Meagan Rohrer for a rundown of the best places to find homeopathic remedies, farm-fresh produce, and cold-pressed juices.

Nantucket is in my soul. For as long as I can remember, I have been visiting the island with my family. Most of my fondest memories take place here. As a yoga instructor, I have taught, practiced, and studied around the world and helped to develop new studios in New York City and Austin, Texas. Eventually I was inspired to open my own studio and with only two places in mind, Nantucket and New Orleans, I began actively researching and looking for the perfect space. It was not long before I found the building on Amelia Drive that is now home to Supta Yoga Nantucket. I am absolutely thrilled to be living on this island and to be part of its community year round. These are the places and people that help keep me grounded and healthy as I move through life 30 miles out at sea.


Supta Yoga Nantucket. Photos by Meagan Rohrer.

Supta Yoga Nantucket
9 Amelia Dr.; +1-774-678-5275
Located in the heart of Nantucket, my studio offers heated yoga classes with an uplifting twist on the practice, while honoring its deep-rooted techniques and traditions. We offer accessible classes meant to inspire and teach yoga as a preventative healing modality and promote self-care and active engagement within a healthy lifestyle.

Sustainable Nantucket
14 Federal St.; +1-508-228-3399
The nonprofit is cultivating a healthy Nantucket by building a more locally-based and self-reliant food system on-island, as well as a strong local economy. You can purchase fresh produce from Sustainable Nantucket at the Farmers & Artisans Market every Saturday.

Annye's Whole foods

Fresh fruits and vegetables. Photo courtesy of Annye's Whole Foods.

Annye's Whole Foods
14 Amelia Dr.; +1-508-228-4554
A convenient and complete whole foods market with the most delicious foods. I feel grateful to have a resource for fresh produce, national supplements, herbal and homeopathic remedies, and beauty and skincare products on the island.

Nativ Made
10 Broad St.; +1-508-325-0282
The flagship store offers a delicious and healthy variety of salads, pasties, and cold-pressed juices. The food is made with organic, local ingredients that are ready to go whenever you are.

Ambrosia Chocolates and Spices

Spices and chilis. Photo courtesy of Ambrosia Chocolate's and Spices.

Ambrosia Chocolate's and Spices
29 Centre St.; +1-508-292-3289
An absolute dream. The shop specializes in artisan chocolates, organic spices, sea salts, and teas. Pop in to speak with Claudia Wallace and enjoy the truest of treats.

The Corner Table Cafe
22 Federal St.; +1-508-228-2665
A nook located in town for anyone and everyone who is looking to take a load off and enjoy a wonderful cup of coffee alongside seasonal treats.

Clay Twombly

Prayer beads. Photo courtesy of Clay Twombly.

Clay Twombly
2 Union St.; +1-508-332-3407
Swing by the shop for handmade mala, prayer beads, and intentional jewelry — Clay's collections guide and support many through healing, grief, grounding, and transformation.

Nantucket Holistic Health
37 Old South Rd. Bldg. C #9; +1-508-228-7577
The best Western and Eastern therapies are combined to help you achieve balance and wellness in all aspects of your life — physical, mental, and emotional.


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