Sarah teaches slow, mindful yoga classes that combine invitations to cultivate strength with opportunities for deep relaxation — viewing yoga practice as a means to build mobility in our bodies, for sure, but also as a much-needed opportunity to slow down enough to see below the surface of our daily lives.

Expect to be invited to breathe fully, to work slowly to discover strength and release in muscles and movements, to gradually unwind tension from body and mind, and to sink into comfortable shapes where your only goal will be to discover what magic might happen when you allow yourself to relax deeply.

As a teacher, Sarah’s less interested in helping you get “deeper” into a pose (though the combinations of strength and awareness you build may have that as a side effect) so much as she is interested in helping you get “deeper” into yourself — knowing your body, breath, and mind, and continually growing as your own best teacher.

  • Mondays, 9:30-10:45am
    Gentle Flow, Wake Up Yoga South – 1839 E. Passyunk
    Move with ease through a gently-paced, highly accessible flow class designed to cultivate strength, enhance mobility, relieve stress, and calm the mind. All levels welcome. Beginners encouraged.
  • Tuesdays, 7:15-8:15pm
    Yoga for All, Gloria Dei Old Swede’s Church – Christian & Water Street
    Held in Riverside Hall, this class is a friendly, slow-flow, breath-focused class that is open to all. Beginners and drop-ins welcome. $10, cash or check. Once-a-month Restorative at Old Swede’s is coming up on November 27th, 2018 — join my email list or follow me on Facebook to be sure you don’t miss it!
  • Wednesdays, 12:00-1:00pm
    Gentle Flow, Wake Up Yoga Rittenhouse – 2030 Sansom St., 3rd Floor
    Move with ease through a gently-paced, highly accessible flow class designed to cultivate strength, enhance mobility, relieve stress, and calm the mind. All levels welcome. Beginners encouraged.
  • Thursdays, 7:30-8:45pm
    Flow + Restorative, Wake Up Yoga South – 1839 E. Passyunk
    Connect movement to breath with a gently paced slow-flow practice to warm up your joints and bring your mind home to your body, then ease into the deep release of restorative yoga. The perfect end to your day!

Are financial concerns keeping you or someone you know from practicing yoga as often as you’d like? Please don’t hesitate to reach out. Seriously – I would be so happy to hear from you! I often have a few free class passes available for my studio classes (just burning a hole in my pocket), or I’d be happy to work out a sliding scale for my Tuesday evening class at Old Swede’s. Practicing yoga has changed my life for the better, and I’d love to help you build a steady practice that will hopefully do the same.