Before completing three Yoga teacher trainings in India (Sivananda Ashram and Anand Prakash Ashram), Sara worked at leading London studios as a Level 3 Personal Trainer. Although she practiced movement since a young age, including Ballet, Tap Dance, Swimming, Gymnastics, Modern Dance, Aikido and Kickboxing, it wasn’t until after her travels around the world, where she stayed in a Kung Fu monastery, that she took her training seriously.
As a journalist, Sara found consistent training in Shaolin Kung Fu and Tai Chi gave her focus and energy. Always interested in working with people, she left journalism for community work, completed a Masters in History and pursued her passion for movement, retraining as a PT in 2011.
After a serious motorbike accident she gained employment with Matt Roberts PT Ltd, navigating a broken wrist and elbow, while out on the gym floor. Numerous operations were to follow and a long rehabilitation and healing journey. Sara gives credit, not only to an intense physio programme for her full recovery, but also Chi Gong, Tai Chi and Yoga, where the breath and intention is used to self-heal. Sara has taken part in Triathlons and Duathlons, trainings with the Kaivalyadhama Institute, and the Yoga Institute, Yoga Nidra with the Shankar Prasad Ashram all in India, and a further TTC in Restorative Yoga with Yoga Bliss in Bali.