Brenda: Today, we’re here with Hannah Williams of Sweet Harmony Yoga and she's going to talk to little bit about what's going on in her life and her new venture.
Hannah: I am really excited about this. I have been a yoga teacher for 10 years now and a prenatal yoga teacher pretty much the whole time. I went into prenatal studies because I got pregnant at the end of my teacher training. I taught at a very busy studio, Yoga Yoga, in all of their locations, for about eight years. Then, I moved out to the Dripping Springs area and noticed there was no prenatal yoga offered in that area. Three and a half years later I moved to Lakeway and there's still no prenatal yoga offered anywhere out here in the area west of Austin. Studios out here are little bit hesitant to have it because it's a niche. It's harder to get those mamas but the mamas really need their prenatal yoga. I know I sure did when I was pregnant! So I was really excited to have the opportunity to do this in our neighborhood. I’m able to offer prenatal classes and mommy classes as well as regular Hatha and Flow classes that are not heated. Out here there are many heated classes and that's fine and great, but not everybody wants that. I'm really excited we have a little music studio too. I'm also a musician so we have a jam room underneath the studio. It's just a sweet little house. I have a wonderful massage therapist who is renting space and offering massage here. We have events planned and are excited to see how it's going to grow.
I'm so happy to be starting this blog! My plan is to interview birth professionals and add those interviews here. It is my hope that I will be able to give you more information on beloved birth professionals in the Austin Area. There are so many great people working in this field, it's hard to choose who will provide much needed services for your family. Stay tuned, up first is an amazing yogini who just opened her own studio!
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