Sara believes in the power of breath and dynamic movement to bring one into the present moment. Her yoga practice has been deeply influenced by her journey as a modern dancer and is informed by somatic practices such as Body-Mind-Centering and Bartinieff Fundamentals, which played an imperative role in her early modern dance training. Currently in graduate school for modern dance, Sara has found a symbiotic relationship between her dancing and yoga practice, lending to her thesis research which focuses on the realization of potential through tapas, the heat or resistance required for transformation. Her yoga classes are infused with these themes as she and her students step up to the edges, daily, on their mats, coalescing peripheral aptitudes in the hopes of realizing a bigger picture.
She has been deeply influenced through taking workshops through her teacher training program with Rod Stryker, Simon Park, and Lorin Roche at Prana Yoga (SLC).
To learn more about Sara, visit her website: www.s-parkerdance.com