Hannah Tosi is a lover of the human body, mind, and spirit and all that fuels us. Her interest in movement first developed in the world of ballet. For 16 years she studied in intensive pre-professional programs at Boston Ballet and Jose Mateo’s Ballet Theatre, and went on to dance with the university dance program at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where she also earned her degree in Public Health. In 2010 her dance practiced evolved into yoga as a gentler, more compassionate, and life-affirming approach to taking care of her body. She unexpectedly discovered the power these practices had in helping recover from trauma and live with more fullness and vitality. Hannah Tosi received her certification at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in June 2014. Since then she has taught yoga at music and art festivals across New England and at InanItah spiritual eco-village in Nicaragua. She formerly taught slow-paced, all-level, family, and community-yoga classes in Boston and surrounding areas prior to moving to Western Massachusetts to study Clinical Social Work at Smith College. When not studying or teaching, you can still find her on dance floors, in the mountains, or cooking up some plant-based food in her kitchen.