Sarah McCabe

When yoga entered her life in 2009, Sarah was instantly hooked. Soon after her yoga journey began, Sarah noticed just how deeply transformational this practice can be. Some of the most obvious changes, were a decrease in the negative symptoms from a lifelong struggle with ADHD, an improved posture, and a more full and deep relationship with her breath.

From beginning her teaching journey on the rooftop of her friend’s bar in Southern Thailand to immersing herself in the study of yoga and meditation in India, this practice has taken her on a unique adventure. Her love for the eight limbs of the practice- yama, niyama, asana, pranayama, pratyahara, dharana, dhyana and samadhi- run deep. Sarah’s training has been primarily focused on Hatha, Vinyasa and Yin styles, but she also can be found frequenting Kundalini, Restorative, Bhakti, and Slow Flow classes.

As a budding practitioner in both massage therapy and Ayurvedic medicine, you will be sure to learn new ways to assess your embodied experience in a specialized way. Sarah encourages her students to set the foundations of safety, honesty, self-compassion, and ahimsa (non-harm) in her classes and off the mat. You will leave class feeling an enhanced state of well-being from the integrative practice of pranayama, mudras, yogic philosophy, meditation, asana, and mantra. Sarah finds that you know your yoga practice is effective when you truly witness the benefits off your mat and in everyday life. See you in class!