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Yoga for You

Safe

Supportive

& Trauma Informed

 
 

My first priority in yoga with you is to honor your goals and facilitate work toward them in a safe and supportive environment, through the postures of yoga and the practice of mindfulness. 

My own personal goal in our work together is to facilitate an opportunity for you to experience yourself as a whole being, body, mind, and soul.

While strength and openness of the body are some of the many benefits of yoga, these will happen in time with any yoga practice.  We will move through a mix of strengthening, opening, and balance-building postures, while we work with the muscles of awareness, and self-exploration. 

Yoga is for everyone.  I firmly believe this, and encourage and guide my clients in working at their individual level with their unique body, in each posture. 

If you’re thinking about yoga but don't know if it’s for you, or think that you “can’t do yoga," get in touch! I promise I'll show you that yoga can definitely be for you, and that you absolutely can do it!

Private sessions can be done in person or online, depending on your location.

 
 

What Clients Say

Sarah has the most beautiful voice! Really calm, loving and present. She makes me feel totally accepted and truly seen. Sarah teaches with great ease and I am in total bliss after her classes.
— SUZANNE K.R., YOGA STUDENT, NORWAY
 
 
I love practicing with Sarah, her soothing voice and impressive knowledge of yoga make me feel comfortable and confident in her classes. Sarah incorporates all of the different aspects of yoga into her classes and reminds me that there is so much more than just the physical practice.
— HAYLIE C., RYT200, YOGA STUDENT, USA
 
My sessions with Sarah provide specific insights into how to make my personal yoga practice work better for me. They’ve also offered me the space necessary to reflect on why I practice in the first place. Together, these allow me to balance both the physical and mental elements of my practice, improving each by highlighting their inherent connections.
— MIKE G., EDUCATOR, WASHINGTON D.C.