Sarah is a passionate and engaged yoga teacher, recipe developer and host of the podcast “Kitchen Club”. She accidentally fell in love with the yoga practice 10 years ago, whilst at University, as a way to land and ground herself daily into how she was feeling and truly check in. At age 24 she was diagnosed with PolyCystic Ovary Syndrome which transformed her lifestyle as she played with ways in which she could help her diagnosis through diet, exercise and living more mindfully. Sarah has been teaching Vinyasa flow yoga for 3 years, both in London and on retreats globally and is constantly reminded by the beauty and connectivity of the yoga practice and the ability to build community. Above all, Sarah continues to play “student” to the yoga practice and is constantly learning.
Sarah weaves her connection to the practice into her teaching style, with a playfulness on encouraging her students to find a personal practice that feels good for their bodies, rather than looks a certain way. And to move in a way that’s honest to what they’ve got going on; physically, mentally and emotionally, and to let that guide their movement. Sarah’s light-hearted energy means there’s always room for a giggle in class.
Sarah welcomes all levels of yogis to her classes, from beginner to advanced; everyone is welcome.
Sarah created her first e-book ‘HAPPY, HEALTHY & HUNGRY’ when starting her PCOS journey through food.