“Yoga is a big part of my life because it is an endless inward journey that just keep on unfolding and is so rewarding,” says Sarah. “It helps me to remain peaceful, calm and grounded within myself, cultivating inner happiness and joy.” Sarah started doing yoga in 1999, in search of relief from scoliosis and hoping to find tools to help juggle school and work. “I decided to teach yoga because it grew to be be one of my main passions, and I think it is so beautiful and special – I wanted to share it with others!” she says. “I had been searching for a career path that would have a positive affect in the world and within my community.” So Sarah went to the Moksha teacher training in India in 2010.
She is also a certified Yin yoga instructor, and has studied Thai Yoga Massage in Thailand, energy healing with the Aetherius Society, and is currently studying Anusara and yoga therapeutics. Sarah is inspired by Mother Nature and those who choose to live with love and compassion toward themselves and others. She loves spending time in nature, traveling and learning about different cultures. She also loves her chickens (yes – chickens!) and her hammock, sunsets and oceans, and potlucks with family and friends.