Tina Ghantous Maher teaches yoga as an accessible path to personal wellbeing, and awakening to our place in the web of life. She has a diverse background that includes Thai Bodywork, travel, folk music, African dance, advocacy, organic agriculture, and many other things. Tina had her first transformative yoga experience in 1997, and from that time on she has studied many styles of yoga, in many different places, in between other life adventures. She has over 300 hours of teacher training and is certified by Yoga Alliance. In addition to adult hatha yoga classes, Tina has offered preschool programs, prenatal yoga, and taught at special events. She finds yoga to be an invaluable tool for enjoying life, motherhood, and long Vermont winters.