Ocasios want Sea Me Rise yoga studio to be safe space for ‘wellness and sanctuary’

Updated at 10:30 a.m. on Feb. 28.

ALL-INCLUSIVE: Nancy, left, and Kristen Ocasio opened their Sea Me Rise yoga studio in Bristol last year because they wanted to bring a sense of “unity and diversity” to the community.
PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
ALL-INCLUSIVE: Nancy, left, and Kristen Ocasio opened their Sea Me Rise yoga studio in Bristol last year because they wanted to bring a sense of “unity and diversity” to the community.
PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

When co-owners Kristen and Nancy Ocasio launched their yoga studio last year, the couple wanted to create “a place of wellness and sanctuary for the community of Bristol,” Kristen Ocasio said. Sea Me Rise Restorative Yoga & Wellness LLC offers a range of services from yoga to tarot readings, but the Ocasios were determined to

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