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Sara Clark is a 500-hour certified meditation and vinyasa yoga teacher residing in New York City. You can find her teaching for thousands at Yoga Journal in Bryant Park, as a faculty member at Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, for large corporations and health clubs in New York City and coming soon, at Wanderlust.

Sara is known as a compassionate teacher who makes both the novice and more experienced practitioner feel welcomed in her classes. Her fluid vinyasa sequences layered with mindfulness and meditation techniques create an environment for self-inquiry and transformation. Sara's mission is awakening her student's to their highest potential both on and off of the yoga mat. When she isn't teaching you can find Sara backpacking through foreign lands.

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In a world with so many options, it can be hard to choose the path that will bring you closer to your life’s purpose. This meditation will guide you to call forth what you desire in life, utilizing your senses for support. The focus is not on what you want, but how you want to feel. If you have hit a glass ceiling and need to figure out your next move, this meditation is for you. Props Suggested: A blanket or bolster to sit on.
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When you know where you are going, you can relax. Give yourself the opportunity to be in the present moment with this flow of repetitive, rhythmic movement. Surrender into this circular flow of sun salutations, warrior postures and ardha chandrasana, so that your breath can be your focus. Your mind won't have to think too much, and you can focus your attention on being present, your true destination.
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A juicy, mindful class that will call for you to flip, float and fly! This flow will leave your body feeling strong and fully utilized with playful variations of classic asanas. Focus on flipping and floating into poses like rock star, arm balances and strengthening warriors, calling for more muscle engagement and deeper concentration. Using the power of your body and breath, prepare to change perspectives with each shape that you create. Props Suggested: A block.
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