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I discovered yoga in 2009, and I was amazed how it helped me. Not just physically but mentally too. Yoga helps manage my anxiety, and I always feel so much calmer after a yoga session. 


Feeling inspired by my own transformation, I decided I wanted to share my new found peace, and so decided I wanted to teach others.


In 2014 I trained as a yoga teacher and completed my first 200 hours training in Transformational Hatha Yoga. In 2015 on a Forrest Inspired Yoga retreat with Diane Lee, I found Forrest Yoga and signed up for the 2016 Forrest Foundation Training 200 hours with Ana Forrest in Peterborough.  


I then continued my training in the Forrest lineage with various continuous education training which led me to become a Forrest Teacher Level 4 completing my 300 hour training, topping up to 500 hours.

And now here I am with my own Personal yoga practice!


My approach to teaching is Forrest based,

My style is welcoming, compassionate and fun.  

I am supported by a beautiful community of people who join me each week for class.  



Created by yoga teacher Ana Forrest, Forrest Yoga uses intelligent sequencing, core work, and longer hold poses. This allows the body to generate more heat. The body can also move in an easeful and pain-free way.

Classes typically begin with deep breathing and setting an intention. Breath and intent are carried throughout the practice. This builds awareness and strengthens the connection between the mind and body. Forrest Yoga builds flexibility, intelligence, and strength and is an accessible practice. 

The Four Pillars
Breath - Strength - Integrity - Spirit


Restorative yoga is a style of yoga that encourages physical, mental, and emotional relaxation, appropriate for all levels, and practiced at a slow pace, focusing on long holds, stillness, and deep breathing. 

Gentle, supportive, and therapeutic are just a few words that describe restorative yoga. At its core, restorative yoga is a practice of passive healing, activating the parasympathetic nervous system: the “rest and digest” part of your nervous system that helps keep basic functions working as they should. 

By allowing time for longer asanas and deeper breathing, restorative yoga helps elicit the relaxation response. This response can help slow breathing, reduce blood pressure, and produce a feeling of calm and increased well-being. 

Get in touch to book a 1:1 Session with Sarah.

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