About Hannah Tosi

Hannah teaches a relaxing and gently strengthening class, with slow flowing movement, holding postures, and breathing techniques. She gives clear instructions for safe alignment and offers modifications to fit your needs. She is a Kripalu yoga teacher and her classes have elements of mindfulness meditation, vinyasa flow, and hatha practice in addition to the Kripalu focuses of self-awareness and transformation. She draws on her psychotherapy skills to include neuroscience, western psychology, and mental wellness in her classes.

She received her certification at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in June 2014. Hannah 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. She is an Intensive Trauma Therapist at the Trauma Institute & Child Trauma Institute.

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LCSW, Association of Social Work Boards (2020)
MSW Clinical Social Work, Smith College School for Social Work (2019)
Somatic Psychology with Arielle Schwartz  (2021)
Certified Crisis Counselor Advocate, UMass Center for Women and Community (2018)
Guiding Savanasa: Leading Deep Relaxation Training with Jennifer Reis (2018)
CPR Certified, American Red Cross (2016)
RYT 200, Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health (2014)
Relaxation Response Resiliency Training, Benson Henry Mind/Body Institute (2013)
B.Sc. Public Health, summa cum laude, UMass Amherst (2012)