Sarrah loves yoga. A lot.Like A LOT a lot.
To balance the repetitive damage of dancing on Broadway eight shows a week, yoga was suggested by her physical therapist. Over 12 years ago, the love affair began upon walking into a power flow class.
She quickly noticed that her body started to change, her dancing improved, and she was rarely at the physical therapy office. Most importantly, her mind started to quiet, and being a professional performer became much more manageable. The drama started to quiet and fade, and the joy shined through. Yoga truly became the thing that kept her going in a business made for short-lived careers. Miraculously, throughout her career of six Broadway shows, she has never sustained a major injury or even a pulled muscle.
When Modo Yoga NYC opened five years ago, she joined the community as a student. Struck by the balance of incredible teachers, environmental conservation, and community, she made the decision to embark upon their teacher training. A one-month window opened up in 2013, amidst creating the Broadway show, “Big Fish”, and it just happened to be the Moksha/Modo training month. It was divine timing and a sign that this was her path. She completed both the 500-hour and 100-hour flow trainings with Moksha International and has been a senior teacher at Modo Yoga NYC and Williamsburg for four years. She is also the lead teacher at Sweat Yoga NYC and a guide at Woom Center. She is certified to teach vinyasa, hatha, yin, and restorative.