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At Saha Yoga, we believe that yoga should be accessible to all. We provide a safe, nurturing environment for you to practice, allowing you to connect mind, body and breath on a deep level. Saha Yoga is committed to offering a wide variety of classes to meet every need. We offer vinyasa flow, gentle, restorative, and yin yoga in group, semi-private and private settings. Join us in practice and learn what embodiment is all about.
Saha is a Sanskrit word that means: coming together, interdependence, cooperation. Though Tina and Kristin inherited the name, it speaks directly to their 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.
Kristin Brenner, MSW, RYT-200 and Tina Fetten, ERYT-200 met in their 300 Hour Foundational Yoga Therapy training with Dr. Ann Saffi Biasetti of An Embodied Life. They immediately connected over the belief that self-compassion should lead all yoga practice. Their 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.
Kristin earned her MSW in 1997 and specialized in working with children, teens, and families. In 2016, she completed the 200 Hour Bhakti Yoga Teacher Training through Yoga Mandali in Saratoga Springs, NY, led by Gopi Kinnicutt and Keli Lalita. Kristin received her Level 1 and 2 Restorative Yoga Teacher Certification after completing both levels of yoga therapeutics training with Ann Saffi Biasetti, ERYT-500. In August of 2017, she became a certified ChildLight Yoga® and Mindfulness for Children Instructor. Kristin lives in Saratoga with her four children whom she homeschools. She delights in her role as mom to four energetic and happy children, her truest teachers. When not practicing yoga, you can find her in the woods with her dog, or knitting.
Since September 2011, 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 (Levels 1 & 2). If she isn’t at the studio, she most likely is on the water somewhere stand up paddling with her dog Riggins and/or practicing sup yoga. After closing her Yoga studio in Binghamton, The Binghamton Zen Den, Tina relocated to the Saratoga area and is honored and excited to be able to share her love of Yoga and Yoga Therapy with the Saha Community.