Sarah Beam first experienced the life-affirming properties of yoga in 1999 and began practicing regularly in 2007 when she blissfully noticed that the asana practice was clearing away the sluggish remnants of postpartum blues. She believes mindful movement and attention to the breath can focus the mind, open the heart, strengthen the body, encourage self-acceptance, inspire nutritive eating habits, and improve the overall quality of life. She completed 200 hours of yoga teacher training with Rubber Soul’s Adventure Club in 2012 and began teaching the day before graduation.
To this day, Sarah remains wholeheartedly committed to the daily study and practice of asana, meditation, journaling, and wonder seeking. In her classes, she maintains that the breath takes precedence over the pose, and she encourages students to find their own rhythm and their own edge in the postures.