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Sara Clark

Known for her compassionate and creative teaching style, Sara is an EYT 500-hour certified vinyasa and mindfulness teacher residing in New York City. In 2009 she left the corporate world of television post-production to deepen her studies of yoga. Practicing vinyasa flow and meditation for over two decades now, Sara is one of 15 Yoga Journal Influencers and graces Yoga Journal's April 2018 magazine cover. She is on the teaching staff at the largest retreat training center in North America, Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health and leads workshops and retreats internationally. Sara has created a series of yoga and meditation videos for Shape Magazine, Yoga Today, and currently, Glo.com. You can find Sara teaching at yoga festivals such as Wanderlust, at the Rubin Museum in New York City, for thousands in Bryant Park, in homes and offices and on tropical beaches. What she loves most about teaching is cultivating a sacred and safe space for people to connect with their higher selves, better understand their purpose on this earth, and mindfully step into their power with clarity and grace.

Recent classes
Use the calming power of your breath to cleanse your body of tension or stagnation. This light and accessible pranayama practice will help you let go of what you choose to release, and set you up for "rest and digest" mode.
More than just a sweet physical release, hip openers can cause a profound energetic and emotional unfettering. This class has a deep focus on freeing up your hips, which in turn will create ease in your psoas, quads, groin and low back. Enjoy long, slow holds of child's pose, half frog, seated hip openers and supta baddha konasana (reclining bound angle). Your practice includes a lot of supportive props, but you can also use any pillows, blankets or towels you have around to help you feel cozy and grounded. Props Needed: Two blocks, a bolster and four blankets.
Comfort your body during your period by slowing down and moving mindfully. This class will focus on easing cramps using compression. You'll draw inward toward your center in child's pose, cobra, chair twists and poses that hug in the knees. Your senses and feelings are heightened right now, and rooting back into the body can help. Props Needed: A block.

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