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While group classes can be a source of motivation, a gathering of a community, and exposure to many forms of yoga, there may come a time when you can benefit from private care and instruction.
Private instruction is great for those newer to yoga, or for one who has experience with group classes but would like to focus on particular challenges or limitations. Your practice will be completely tailored to fit your needs in an open and non-judgemental space. Private sessions are suitable for all ages and abilities as the use of props and modifications are strongly encouraged.
Each session is customized to aid the healing of injuries, aches, and pains, or to challenge your strength and learn to safely move deeper into the poses.
- Build comfort, endurance, and strength in your practice
- Overcome injuries
- Achieve specific goals, mental, emotional, and physical
- Support in creating a daily practice
- Integrate the meditative practice of yoga into your busy life
Private yoga classes are an investment for your personal growth and health. They are a great way to start your yoga practice in a more solid footing before you join group yoga sessions or provide intensive training and exclusive attention for advanced practitioners.
Her teaching helps deepen your sense of how to move, teaching you strategies for reducing effort and pain, and gaining coordination. She has experience working with bodies suffering from chronic pain, injury, illness, and other forms of disease.
Sarah is a dedicated somatic practitioner with a history of exploring movement and the physical body. From an early age, Sarah’s training as a dancer introduced her to the mind body connection and the power that comes from the awareness of a precise alignment of the body. Sarah provides a combination of practical and whimsical elements in her teaching, resulting in a structured, safe atmosphere where students can play, explore, and re-energize.
Sarah is known for her thorough and diverse methods of instruction, her dedication to holding space for individual’s personal discovery and her investment in building personal relationships with her students. Sarah's teaching is alignment based, unhurried, and rich with somatic inquiries.
Her teaching helps deepen your sense of how to move, teaching you strategies for reducing effort and pain, and gaining coordination. She has experience working with bodies suffering from chronic pain, injury, illness, and other forms of disease. Sarah works with a variety of populations including athletes, seniors, artists, dancers, children, those who struggle with depression, and those recovering from injury.