"Caitlin Pascucci, womanpreneur of Sangha Studio, shares the creation story of her yoga studio's mission statement. Sangha Studio is a nonprofit, donation-based yoga studio that hosts 100% donation-based yoga classes and free yoga service programs in the community. Caitlin shares aspects of her mission which is to build an empowered community through the shared power of yoga."
Fall 2018 Showcase
Tata Harper At-Home With:
Sangha Flow Reset
VBM recognizes Vermont’s
Rising Stars Class of 2018
We reached our to our local Sangha Studio for a private class with the founder, Caitlin Pascucci. Sangha is a studio that prides itself on community and making yoga accessible for everyone. During this class, we learned how to reset our intention for the New Year, at home every week - we loved it so much we had to share with you!... [Read More]
Vermont Business Magazine is proud to announce the winners of its Rising Stars recognition award. The list is comprised of 40 winners under the age of 40. Award recipients were selected by a panel of judges for their commitment to business growth, professional excellence and involvement in their communities... [Read More]
Named as one of Yoga Journal's:
"15 Millennial Yoga Teachers to Watch"
Caitlin Pascucci founded Sangha Studio—Vermont’s first and only donation-based yoga studio—when she was just 25. Now, three years later, 28-year-old Pascucci continues to serve as Director and a teacher at Sangha and, due to the studio’s overwhelming popularity, has expanded her nonprofit to a second location... [Read More]
8 Neck and Shoulder Stretches to Relieve Pain
Caitlin Pascucci, founder of Sangha Studio, Vermont’s first and only nonprofit donation-based yoga studio, doesn’t bother with a typical yoga mat bag. When she’s on the move, Pascucci hitches her mat to this backpack using vertical-carry straps originally designed to haul snowboards. Why?... [Read More]
We reached out to Caitlin Pascucci, a yoga teacher and the founder of Sangha Studio in Vermont, for her favorite moves to alleviate neck and shoulder tension. She suggests doing this whole series two or three times per week, after a workout session or mixed into a yoga routine. You can also choose... [Read More!]
Curious to Learn more about Sangha Studio?
Check out this interview with Yoga Crush!
A thorough and consistent stretching routine is key to staying injury-free: it helps speed up recovery and keeps you loose and limber for the many miles to come. Here are the best stretches for runners, recommended by Caitlin Pascucci, a yoga instructor and the founder of Sangha Studio in Vermont... [Read More]
The Best Stretches for Runners