Patricia "Niti" Seip Martin
Patricia "Niti" Seip Martin is a teacher of Yoga since 1984, and was a professional photographer for ten years. Niti appreciates the arts, life-long learning, organic gardening and walking. Through her self-owned business “Doing Well: Yoga and Wellness,” she has extensive experience creating and teaching yoga-based wellness classes and workshops to fit the needs of diverse communities. Workplaces iinclude Canyon Ranch Health Resort, Cranwell Resort, Lenox Yoga, Tyringham COA, MASS-Housing, and Berkshire Health Group.
Niti has a passion for teaching year-round classes for cancer survivors since 2000, when she founded The Healing Art of Yoga for Ongoing Cancer Recovery® at CHD-Cancer House of Hope where she also serves as a member of the Community Advisory Committee.
"Niti" means conduct, and comes from her devotion to the teachings of Swami Kripalu. She has served for a decade as a resident faculty member at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. Niti has been a conduit of Kripalu teachings for thousands who find that her teachings inspire physical, mental, emotional and spiritual transformation through practicing yoga with awareness with compassion. Kripalu is a place of spiritual renewal and community where Niti, as invited faculty, leads Yoga and Walking: a Soul to Earth Weekend.
Niti is programs chairwoman of Tuesday Club of Stockbridge, CHD-Cancer House of Hope community advisory committee member, and member of Kripalu Yoga Ayurvedic Assoc., Stockbridge Festival Chorus, Lee Congregational Church, Berkshire Natural Resource Council, Trustee of Reservations, Berkshire Museum, Smithsonian Museums, Berkshire Botanical Gardens, and The Mount.
B.A., University of Massachusetts, University Without Walls Department with a concentration in health psychology
E-RYT500: experienced professional-level 500-hour trained Kripalu Yoga teacher; Integrative Yoga Therapy teacher (200her training); Let Your Yoga Dance® and Let Your Yoga Dance for Special Populations® and USWFA Water Fitness. CPR & AED.