Sara began her practice in 2014, drawn to the awareness of body and mind connection and stress release. She quickly witnessed the transformative power of yoga asana by beating cervical cancer. Ever since, she returns to her mat daily, as asana becomes her self-care routine.
Beating cancer, with the help of asana, allowed Sara to dive deeper into the practice. She explored different styles from her Chilean, Indian, Indonesian, and German teachers, completed a 200-hour teacher training in Goa, India, and started teaching in 2019 in Salzburg, Austria, and Santiago de Chile. Always a student first, Sara cultivates humbleness and practices asana under her teacher's guidance, every week.
Sara's goal is to facilitate a space of exploration, and self-awareness through a simple, yet challenging fun vinyasa flow.
She likes to work on bringing awareness to the body and mind with proper body alignment while moving and breathing. Movement efficiency allows the body and mind to nourish fully from asanas so that ultimately, we can be the best version of ourselves (on and off the mat)