Growing up, Sarah was an avid dancer and performer. She followed her passion for dance by earning her Bachelor of Arts degree in Contemporary Dance and Drama, at Deakin University.
After running her first marathon in 2012, she was feeling run down and unsure of her life direction. In search of a fresh form of physical activity, she participated in her first yoga class.
“I can still remember my first class, we practised tree pose. The balancing aspect of it, both mentally and physically was incredibly challenging!”
Thankfully, she persisted and began to notice the flexibility returning to her body and came to realise the mind and body connection that comes from regular practice.
Sarah is Mum to her two young daughters, Willow and Scout, who challenge and inspire her every day. She maintained her regular practice throughout both pregnancies and is an advocate for prenatal yoga, for both its physical and psychological benefits.
Sarah’s yoga journey began with her being unable to lay still in Savasana, to practicing daily and becoming comfortable ‘just being’ with her thoughts.
Her story has been one of mental and personal development. “Breathing, being present, mindful and grateful are the most important things yoga has taught me”.
She looks forward to sharing the space with you, and facilitating your yoga journey through fun, creative and mindful classes.