Sarah Lionheart

Whaley Bridge
United Kingdom
Average: 5.0 of 5 stars

3 Reviews

I have been learning yoga since the sixties aged nine years old. I started teaching in 1989. I teach yoga influenced by mindfulness and compassion training. I am passionate about how yoga can heal discs in the spinal column and so alleviate an enormous number of back problems. I am even more passionate about how yoga can influence the mind via the polyvagul system - so how we use the body can have a direct impact on how we feel and how our neurons fire and heal. This is important for conditions such as depression and PTSD and anxiety and stress disorders.


Average: 5.0 of 5 stars

3 Reviews

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Very Friendly
More Hands off
Frequent Adjustments
New Teacher
Very Experienced
On the Wild Side
Safety Oriented
Body Focused
Very Spiritual


Average: 5.0 of 5 stars
Hugely Talented yoga teacher

I have been learning yoga for the past 30 years, on and off. I have practiced yoga with Sarah for 10 years. She is a talented and really well informed teacher, with an incredible understanding of both the physical and spiritual aspects of yoga. I have learnt more from Sarah than any yoga teacher.

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Yoga for health

I have been attending Sarah's yoga classes for over 10 years and I believe SArahs kind, gentle and compassionate approach helped me learn and embrace yoga in my life which massively influenced my recovery from severe M.E. Now fully better for 6 years I continue to practice Hatha yoga in a holistic approach to my health and have a huge amount of respect for SArahs knowledge, experience and ability. She is warm, friendly and adapts postures easily for those of differing abilities within a class. I feel she is a great yoga teacher!

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A great yoga teacher

Sarah is very welcoming and makes her classes fun and enjoyable. I particularly like that she starts with gentle exercises lying on the floor to ease your back out (needed if you only practice once a week!). She is very experienced and as well as traditional yoga often adds a bit of interest from other modalities/traditions she has experience of e.g. a sequence from ti chi. You can tell from the little extra flourishes, hand movements etc that Sarah is a dancer too. I love it when she chants or finishes with a song as she has an exquisite singing voice, so it is quite a treat.