Sarah first experienced the life-affirming practice of yoga in 1999, and invited it to completely change her life in 2007 when consistent practice began to clear out the sluggish remnants of postpartum blues. She completed her first 200-hour yoga teacher training in 2012, and was so excited to share the practice that she began teaching the day before graduation. Since that time, she has completed additional trainings with a second 200-hour program, an advanced 300-hour program, Rocket yoga, and the i-Rest practice of Yoga Nidra. Sarah believes mindful movement and attention to the breath can quiet the mind, open the heart, strengthen the body, encourage radical self-acceptance, and inspire a more compassionate way of living, and these aspects come forward in each of her classes. To this day, she remains wholeheartedly committed to the daily study and practice of asana, meditation, self-discovery, and wonder-seeking.