Wild Spirit, a yoga studio along Houston Street in Tomball, has changed its name to Saha Yoga and Wellness House, owner Jess Trione said via email.

Trione said she has owned the studio for over a year after the original owner moved away. She has been teaching at the studio since 2016.

“It felt like it was time to make it my own,” Trione said. “While Wild Spirit had been a beloved studio in Tomball for almost 9 years, I believe that change is inevitable and necessary for growth.”

Trione said the new name Saha means “together” or “enduring” in Sanskrit.

“This name reflects our strong belief in the power of community and the idea that we are all on this yoga journey together,” Trione said. “By choosing the name Saha, we want to emphasize the importance of unity and togetherness within our studio. We want our students to feel a sense of belonging and support as they navigate their yoga practice.”

Saha Yoga and Wellness House offers customers yoga and pilates classes, private sessions and reiki energy work.

“Overall, the name change represents our commitment to fostering a welcoming and inclusive environment where everyone can come together and thrive,” Trione said. “We are excited about this new chapter and look forward to continuing to serve our community under the name Saha Yoga House.”

Trione said a free class will be held on Jan. 6 to celebrate the studio. Interested participants can sign up via Mindbody or on the studio’s website.