Sarah began her journey with yoga over fifteen ago and her love and passion with this path continues to evolve every day. She was drawn to yoga out of curiosity and pain relief from scoliosis in 1999 while in college, and it has evolved into an ongoing journey of self exploration ever since. Sarah has spent many years traveling the world and where ever she and her mat end up they seek out yoga in that location, which has brought her to some very interesting, inspirational situations-from the beaches of Mexico to mountaintops in Guatemala to studying Thai massage in Northern Thailand, to the monastery of the Dalai Lama in India!
In 2009 Sarah was going to India to study yoga for her own personal practice and discovered that there was a Moksha training going on while she would be there, so it just naturally came together! After spending many months in India and exploring different styles of yoga and meditation she returned home to this loving sangha (family) of Moksha! Since then she has continuously taken many trainings and studied different spiritual aspects, but loves that her base is Moksha. Sarah pulls her inspirations from nature, all the beings around her, which are her teachers, and trying to tune into the flow of the moment within her ongoing self exploration of emptiness, and the interconnectedness of all things.
Sarah is so honored and grateful to be part of such an inspiring loving community.