Sarah began practicing yoga regularly in 2011. She enjoys the challenge of a Vinyasa class with the balance of asanas, physical postures, and pranayamas, breathwork. Yoga has helped her keep her stress and anxiety in check. As her passion of yoga grew her love for travel brought her to complete her 200 Hour Teacher Training Certification from Yogalinda in Barcelona, Spain with certification in Hot Vinyasa Yoga in 2016.
She loves to share her dynamic and powerful Vinyasa practice in order to challenge practitioners to stay focused and engaged. She encourages students to focus on the process rather than the outcome and the importance of mindfulness along their personal journey. With a background in Hot Vinyasa she also instructs Slow Flow, Just Core classes, Restorative, Yin, and Senior Yoga. She enjoys the creativity of yoga flow and all the possibilities for personal expression.
She had a wrist injury unrelated to yoga and underwent two surgeries. Yoga has given her the tools to rebuild strength and increase mobility mindfully with patience and awareness. She brings an understanding that every body is different and yoga can be adapted to fit specific needs even when in recovery. More recently, she began practicing and instructing Acro Yoga and loves the new challenge this practice presents. While yoga is a very introspective practice, Acro Yoga requires clear interpersonal communication. She hopes to cultivate a continual awareness of mind and body with each breath as it guides you throughout your own personal practice so you can live mindfully on and off the mat.