Tania added that she views the program as an investment for her and Syngin’s future. “We’d love to make our own products, start a small business,” she shared. “I want to be the community witch doctor.”
The yogi admitted that the timing “sucks,” but she can’t delay going for a third time. “I love Syngin to death, but I’ve had to put [the trip] off because of the volunteer work I was doing one year and last year having to work, save up to prepare for Syngin to come here, I wasn’t able to go, so I just can’t put it off for another year,” she said.