Sarah believes the ‘destination’ of yoga-in-practice is a purposeful journey towards compassionate self-care, and the gift of life’s potential! Teaching yoga along side a foundational union of mind-body-spirit and encouraging the student to listen-in to their body, braving the courage to invest in oneself - that is what you will find here!
An experience in yoga class with Sarah follows a flowing state of marrying breath to action - yoking to the strength, restoration and freedom of your greatest self. Come as you are, you are welcome here!
Originally drawn to Restorative Yoga while completing her BA in Leadership and raising a family her practice grew to include multiple yoga modalities. Launching from the platform of serving communities most vulnerable populations she became a 200hr RYT #Leaning in to the recurring question:
How can yoga be of healing, grounding stability to all regardless of socio-economic status?
And #Leading up with the collective stories we are called to tell as we hold space for each other and go a little deeper into the ‘wholeness of humbleness’.
Sarah has a heart particularly for empowering women and the family unit. She received her Yoga Alliance Teacher Training through YogaFaith, added Clubbell Yoga to refine strength building mind-body alignment, and holds a Teacher Training Certificate with Yoga Behind Bars; coordinating and supporting outreach programs for incarcerated men, women and juveniles. She has studied under the programs of Sadie Nardini to support anatomy informed movement while adding diversity and fun back into the discipline of practice.
One of Sarah’s greatest treasures in yoga has been her long term volunteer instruction and program development for the women and children guests of the Agape House, in addition she serves on the Board of the Lighthouse Mission Ministries, is Team Care for Collide Women's Ministry and teaches at several church in the Whatcom County, WA
Sarah can be found at
hosting seasonal yoga workshops and retreats focusing on serving community by stepping onto the mat of a world-view lens and becoming everything yoga has to offer:
The Hope Workshop
The Road to Damascus : Bravery, Forgiveness and Compassion
The Joy of Yoga
The Wholeness of Humbleness
Sarah invites you to inclusively consider:
“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure”.