I'm a yoga teacher, a mother, and a water lover.
I want to live in a world where people can love their bodies for what they are: strong, beautiful, & created beings.
Sarah's classes will straddle the line of challenge, striking a balance between both a doable and difficult practice experience. Expect clear and concise cuing that will lead you to find success in postures you didn't think possible. She strives to empower her students to find their own reasons for continuing their journey. She desires to bring a little more Grace into the world by paying attention and seeing the people in front of her; meeting them where they are and loving them for who they are.
Sarah is a E-RYT certified yogahour® teacher and holds deep gratitude for the blessings in her life, including her supportive husband, 3 wonderful children, & this beautifully created world.
Asana, practice, learning, teaching; yoga is never “finished.”
Yogahour® is an accessible, affordable, expertly taught flow class that offers clear and specific alignment instructions. Yogahour aims to be the most doable yet difficult one-hour flow class offered anywhere.
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Summer is here and it’s time to beat the heat. When I’m looking to cool down I definitely gravitate towards anything having to do with the water. Ocean, lakes, creeks, it’s all good in my opinion and I’m a water lover at heart. Here are some options for staying cool this summer that might just Read more about Cooling Postures for when it’s HOT.[…]
The word of the day is “War.” All too often I am waging war with my practice. My body is a weapon when it should be an offering of peace. I use the tools of my strength, flexibility, and determination to get myself into the shapes of these poses. I need to be offering them Read more about Offering of Peace[…]
A little bit more about the new studio! Address: Unit #1 – 2727 Quadra Street, Victoria, BC This is a beautiful space. It can get nice, warm, and cozy. Dedicated belonging/boot cubbies. Small washroom/changing facility Large Mirrors FREE Parking (small lot at the back, and 2hr street available out front) **please note mats pictured are Read more about The New Space![…]
Thoughts on practice: Just do something. Is it important to stay inspired in your practice? Beyond the basics of the movement. What keeps you inspired to spend time on your mat? Does it matter…? Do we need to be inspired to practice or can we just come to our mats for the sake of it. Read more about Practice: Just do something.[…]
Join Sarah Meyer Yoga for lunchtime yoga by the lake at the Swan Lake Christmas Hill Nature Sanctuary. Welcome an opportunity to get outside and infuse your movement practice with the beautiful sense of peace available at this outdoor gem in the city. TWO opportunities to practice. Come to one or both! Tuesday, July 16th Read more about Yoga by the Lake[…]
Killer Granola makes 3 cups granola, but I almost always double this one since it flies right out of the jar as soon as it’s made. *recipe slightly adapted from The Cheeseboard Collective Works 2 tablespoons unsalted butter pinch of salt 1/2 cup chopped walnuts 1/2 cup sliced almond 1 tablespoon honey 1/4 cup packed Read more about Killer Granola[…]
Curious about learning how to balance on your hands? Balancing on your arms & hands is about understanding the mechanics. And yes there is a little strength involved as well. We’ll spend the first hour moving through an intelligently sequenced practice designed to fire up your core and plant the alignment seeds to ready you Read more about Finding Flight – An Arm Balance Workshop[…]
Come be the light in the darkness. This hour-long flow style class will have you finding a new twist on balance. Unlike a typical class, practicing in blacklight asks you to be more cognizant of your surroundings without relying as heavily on your sight. Blacklight offers a new perspective. You won’t be able to see Read more about Flow in the Dark[…]
I was asked recently to contribute to an article for “Mastering the Business of Yoga” Such an honour to be part of something bigger and greater. Having an opportunity to share more about something I love. It’s full of wisdom and tips from teachers all sharing and practicing something they are passionate about. The full Read more about 12 Tips for New Yoga Teachers[…]
Holiday Yin Sequence I wanted to share this sequence because this busy time of year often sees us neglecting our own personal practice in hopes of checking more off the never-ending “to-do” list. My hope is that this set of poses will help inspire you to spend a little bit more time on your mat Read more about Holiday Yin Sequence[…]