Sarah Bourne first practiced yoga over 20 years ago, when she had her first child, and attended pre and post-natal classes. With a child and work, life became busy, so she only dabbled in Yoga for the next few years. After two more children, Sarah attended a casual class at Yoga to Go, and her passion for yoga was re-ignited. She quickly established a daily practice, and embarked on her teacher training with Alan Goode.
Sarah is a mother of three, runs her own Counselling practice and writes novels. Yoga gives her the balance that she needs to juggle the demands and joys of a busy life. In her teaching she aims to provide students with the space not only to enhance their overall sense of physical wellbeing, but also to reflect and discover what it is that they need in order to reach their fullest potential, whatever that may be, both on and off the mat.
Sarah Bourne instructs the following:
Iyengar Yoga Beginner l 6 week course
The course begins with the basic foundation postures (asana), over the 6 weeks; new poses are introduced while understanding of existing ones are deepened. The primary focus is on imparting a solid grounding and correct alignment in the postures. Ideal for those with no previous experience with yoga, or who have had an extended break from practice.
Iyengar Yoga Level 2 l 12 week course
This course focus on building resilience and strength. Students are introduced to inverted postures and backward bends that have a greater degree of difficulty. Self-practice is encouraged at this level, as is an understanding of the deeper meaning of Yoga.
Iyengar Yoga Open l Casual
Iyengar Yoga Level 1 l 12 week course
This course refine technique in foundation poses and introduce inverted postures and back bends. Ideal for students wishing to develop further confidence in the postures, minimum 6 months regular attendance is necessary.