Spirit Space’s mission is to support individuals and their communities in achieving holistic well-being.


Hannah Tosi, RYT Kripalu Yoga, LCSW Trauma Therapist, B.Sc Public Health, travels to students with all the materials required for a compassionate and grounding practice. She also offers classes via Zoom. Working with individuals, groups, and families she teaches gentle classes tailored to your goals. Her classes are accessible and relatable, grounded in research supported methods, and mental health-informed. She will work with you to develop a personalized practice that promotes physical, mental, and spiritual recovery and well-being.


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Words can not begin to express my gratitude to Hannah.  A medical condition left me unable to participate in regular yoga classes and I was extremely depressed and frustrated.  I tried exploring at home gentle yoga videos but was fearful of pushing myself past my limitations which could result in an ER visit.
I did my yoga session at Spirit Space Yoga as I felt I would have trouble relaxing in my own home.  Hannah had all the supplies ready for me and the room was clean, quiet, and zen.  I immediately felt at home at Spirit Space Yoga and was very comfortable opening up to Hannah.  Hannah is wonderful and has a calm, nurturing, knowledgeable presence.  She calmly and patiently listened to my limitations, goals, hopes, dreams, and fears.  She led me through a wonderful private session that made me feel alive and hopeful again.  Hannah was able to design a session that worked on my goals of strength, flexibility, and relaxation in a full body workout without over-exerting my arm where I have a PICC line placed.  I felt respected and safe throughout my whole session.  I have to admit when the actual yoga started I felt a bit odd being the only student but Hannah reassured me that the feeling would quickly pass, and it did.  I look forward to continuing my yoga journey and healing with Hannah.  She is a holistic practitioner and leaves you feeling good in mind, body, and spirit.

Courtney B.

Hannah is kind, caring, patient, gentle, and a very good teacher. I’m not a quick study with yoga and often struggle to follow teachers. Hannah didn’t rush through her teaching and explained things clearly enough for me to pick things up; she would come around and correct or explain postures with which I may have had some difficulty. And she is a spiritual person; she “walks the walk.” … So, overall, Hannah was great, no doubt about it! If she was still in the Boston area, I’d run (or walk mindfully) to her classes!

Mark S.