Sarah has been teaching yoga since 2005, reflecting her studies in Yasodhara Yoga and Bihar School of Yoga.
Asana/pranayama: as per a ‘normal’ yoga class of postures and breathing, with a specialty focus on nada yoga (yoga of sound) within these classes. For example, chanting Surya or Bija mantras during sun salutations, or meditations including chanting.
Nada yoga: using singing and sound as a meditative practice, including mantra, kirtan and chakra sound meditation
Hidden Language hatha yoga: using symbology of asana (postures) to unlock messages from the body with writing in a journal to assist in deepening self-understanding
Dream yoga: interpreting one's own dream symbols and applying them to everyday life
Sacred dance: based on traditional Indian Barata Natyam, simplified dances use hand mudras and body movement to create a form of embodied prayer.
Kundalini yoga: actively questioning and using writing in conjunction with meditation practices as a method of self-exploration.