Tina Fetten, an ERYT-500 Foundational Yoga Therapist, has trained with Ann Saffi Biasetti, PhD, ERTY-500, C-IAYT of An Embodied Life. Her belief is that self-compassion should lead all yoga practice. Her 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.
Saha is a Sanskrit word that means coming together, interdependence, cooperation. Though Tina inherited the name, it speaks directly to her vision of building a yoga community the 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.