I am a Trauma Informed Hatha-Vinyasa teacher specializing in providing accessibility, working with all bodies, and encouraging healing from the inside out. I am an Accessible Yoga ambassador, a Yoga for All Bodies ambassador and an Intermediate Somatic Experiencing Student.
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I adore helping individuals feel more connected to their bodies and finding joy in their breath. I love working people to facilitate embracing their best selves, healing from the inside out, and finding some quiet in the midst of a busy world.
Sarit is an extremely experienced teacher. She draws from a wide background and has a deep body of knowledge. Her classes are unique, thoughtful and creative. She holds a safe space for one to unwind and release. I love her humor and sense of lightness. I highly recommend her for private sessions.
I begin by getting to know the individual and their goals. I also require new clients fill out a form letting me know of any injuries, disabilities, health concerns, personal goals, etc, so that I can create the most effective course of action for them.
Intermediate level student of Somatic Experiencing via traumahealing.org
200 RYT via Awakened Heart, Embodied Mind w/ Hala Khouri and Julian Walker;
Yoga for All Bodies Ambassador via Dianne Bondy
Accessible Yoga Ambassador via Jivana Heyman
Street Yoga via Mark Lilly
Uprising Yoga via Jill Ippolito
Yoga for Healing Trauma via Hala Khouri
Yoga for Self Regulation via Hala Khouri
Yoga for Social Justice via Off the Mat Into the World
Beyond Duality via Off the Mat Into the World
$125 for 60 min of yoga
$150 for 90 min of yoga
Somatic Experiencing + Yoga $150 for 60 min
I am a professional photographer and I photograph a lot of yoga. I was determined to bring my best self to my art so I opted to take a teacher training. Since I had been practicing already for some time, I wasn't surprised when I felt the call to teach. I began teaching to middle schoolers to get my feet wet after I got my 200 hour. I continued to work with at-risk youth in underserved communities, started teaching within the penal system, and began adding studio classes.
I have worked with older students, disabled students, teens, young adults, incarcerated peoples, adults.
I am inspired by the panel on Yoga and Politics and how we can stay present amidst chaos that Off the Mat Into the World put on recently in Santa Monica.
I am also inspired by all of the yogis I recently taught at the Against the Stream 3rd annual Women's Retreat.
My students tend to be working with trauma, addiction, mental health issues, or injury. My goal is to provide refuge in the practice, with fitness being a happy byproduct.
I invite you to be transparent. If you have injuries, share about them. If you are nervous, say so. We can't help you fully unless we have a complete understanding of what we are helping you accomplish.