Sarah walked into her first yoga class over 15 years ago. Although she loved the power “workout” immediately, due to the responsibilities of raising her sons and working outside the home, she struggled to establish a regular practice. Sarah continued to be called back to the mat over the years. As her
practiced developed, she gravitated toward slow-flow and Yin style practices.
Fast forward to 2018, Sarah was preparing for a two-week trip to India to learn the origins of Ayurveda and Yoga, so she began searching for a local studio to establish a more consistent practice. She found a home on her mat with the Horizon Healing Center Community. Before leaving for India, she attended a lecture and was introduced to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and everything started to click into place. Yoga brought healing to Sarah through mind, body & spirit connection and it’s why she had been drawn back to a yoga practice over the years.
Sarah completed her 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training with Horizon Healing Center in March 2020 and is registered with Yoga Alliance. She continues to incorporate a balance of slow-flow and yin in her personal practice. With an education and background in nonprofit leadership, she dreams of opening a
yoga outreach program to share the healing power of yoga to underserved populations with a trauma- informed approach.
Currently, Sarah works as a grant writer for a homeless and housing nonprofit in north Fulton County. Along with her love of yoga, she enjoys quality time with her family, giving back to the community, anything involving nature from hiking to kayaking to playing in the garden and listening to live music.