Sarah’s teaching offers strong, precise, alignment-based sequences which are anatomically focused and accessible for beginners to seasoned practitioners. At the heart of her teaching is self-exploration, humour and the space to turn the auto-pilot off.
Sarah has supported thousands of students in Brighton and London with their practice and is known by her students for her commitment to educating people in her classes, workshops and retreats. Sarah’s teaching uses long-term development through focused and seasonal anatomical, philosophical and postural themes to empower students via repetition and development. Sarah’s corporate and organisational clients include opera houses, conservatories, and ethical travel companies. She frequently works with GP’s and physiotherapists as part of rehabilitation teams. Sarah organises and leads events for charities such as The Brighton Yoga Foundation and is published in lifestyle magazines.
Sarah began her career after studying at Sussex University teaching music and training teachers in the education sector. Her passion for teaching yoga began when she studied with OM Yoga in New York. She has since worked and trained with many established and influential teachers. Sarah is one of Jason Crandell’s senior students and she assists him on his advanced trainings and teacher renewal programmes.
Sarah’s teaching focuses on strong, slow, flowing sequences energised by a community setting. Sarah offers Vinyasa flow yoga classes, workshops and 1-2-1 sessions incorporating Vinyasa, restorative and Yoga Nidra.
“My classes, workshops and retreats are for those of you who want to dive out of the daily grind and start to explore, uncover and connect. Finding humility come feel the resonance of this practice in your body, your breath and your mind.”