Because of the snowstorm, December’s Networking breakfast has been postponed to Tuesday, December 10
Time is still 7:30-8:30 am, hosted by Saha Yoga, 12 Washington Street in Ballston Spa
Saha is a Sanskrit word that means coming together, interdependence, cooperation. The word speaks directly to the Saha vision of building a yoga community that thrives on connecting with each other, while on an individual level, understanding that body, mind, and spirit are inextricably linked and that all practice must address this inherent cooperation. Saha’s mission is to bring yoga to all in the community, regardless of age, ability, race, gender, or sexual orientation. Saha Yoga provides a fully inclusive space for people to learn about embodiment and how kindness to the body extends to the heart, mind, and community.
Owner Tina Fetten loves to share her love of yoga through Restorative, Gentle Flow and Yin. She designs her sessions to allow for you to connect with all areas of your body and breathe with the constant reminder that yoga should always feel good. Tina has completed over 400 hours of training through the Baptiste Institute and programs for Trauma Sensitivity, Addiction Recovery, PTSD, Children’s, Yin and Restorative Yoga (Level 1 & 2). Tina is a Foundational Yoga Therapist, having completed the training under the guidance of Dr. Ann Biasetti, Phd; LCSWR; ERYT-500; C-IAYT at An Embodied Life in Saratoga Springs. Tina utilizes her knowledge she has gained through her special education background to meet the needs of all body types and abilities and modifications are always offered and encouraged. Most importantly, she will always remind you to just breathe.
Cost for the breakfast is $5 with advance reservation. RSVP to email@example.com and pay at the door. Non-reserved walk-ins that morning are $10.