A Journey to Self Renewal Mom’s Group
A Journey for Self Renewal
Hosted by Small Things Often
The hustle of motherhood often leaves you disconnected from your self and your own needs. This monthly class will offer mother’s a time and place to stay connected to their true selves and allow space for their own self care. The group will also provide a space for connection with other moms and allow for development of an additional support system.
The class is great for anyone despite where they may be in their journey through motherhood. (No prior yoga experience is required) We will have a monthly topic that we will explore through various means including but not limited to: journaling, meditation, pranayama (breath work), asana (physical practice), and council (sharing circle). Participants will then have the opportunity to take the monthly topic into their daily routine to create new habits to stay connected to self. The leaders will maintain flexibility in our monthly topic based off the groups need.
The class will meet throughout the year on the 2nd Saturday of every month from 10:30am-12pm in the Lower Level of Mommy Gear in Ligonier, PA.
Cost for the class is $25 per person (cash only if you choose to pay day of class)
Pre registration is recommended (space is limited) and can be done through messaging either instructor or pre payment through link provided.
Scholarship is available.
We will accept drop ins each month pending our group size. Please reach out if you have any further questions.
Your Group Leaders:
Faith Sartori, MA, LMFT, RYT200
Faith has worked in the mental health field for over 12 years in various roles. She is the owner of Small Things Often, LLC where the goal is to provide Therapeutic Opportunities through Unique Experiences. Faith is a trained leader for the Bringing Baby Home program for couples that are new to parenthood along with receiving further training to work with couple’s going through postpartum depression/anxiety. She is currently pursuing her yoga therapist certification to provide yoga as a therapeutic means to help others. You can find more information about Faith at smallthingsoften.com.
Sarah Nadeau , PRYT600, RYT200
Sarah has a passion for community and moms. As a mother herself she see’s the importance in
having a safe space for moms to gather and connect. She has been studying yoga for 10 years
and has completed 800 hours of training, most recently her Yoga Therapy certification through
Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy. She has attended classes and trainings across the country from
various teachers and styles of yoga. Sarah is passionate about having her students bring yoga
off their mats and into their lives. For more information about Sarah visit nadeauyoga.org.