Sarah Spearin, RYT-200
Her teaching style is patient, calming and focused on the mind-body connection. Sarah teaches a slow flow vinyasa/Hatha style that is great for beginners or seasoned students. In addition to asanas, the routine may also incorporate the use of positive affirmations stated out loud or silently. Throughout her yoga journey, Sarah has also worked in healthcare as an occupational therapist (OT). While OT was never a great fit for her, she has picked up many tools along the way and does a nice job of weaving them into her classes.
Her personal practice is definitely influenced by her personal journey. Life is a great teacher in that it's filled with many ups and downs. Everything can be a teachable moment. Life is extremely short - cherish the moments, memories, your family and friends. Treat every day as if it's your last.
Sarah started her yoga journey 9 years ago. She was going through a difficult time in life and after taking a yoga class, an internal shift occurred that spurred her to make some changes, and soon after this she received her teacher training from Rishikesh Yog Peeth in India in 2013. She completed a 6 week intensive and it was life changing. Over the course of four years, she taught in a variety of yoga studios and gyms while living in Alaska, Nevada and Oregon.
Sarah has gone through a variety of life lessons and experiences that have ultimately led her to want to start teaching again having been out of the teaching realm for the past 5 years.
She is currently working on her Yoga Nidra and Sound Healing training and looks forward to the day she can offer this at the studio.
In her spare time, Sarah enjoys spending time with her amazing husband of 13 years and their cute 8-year old Corgi fur baby, Scooter.