I’ve always enjoyed writing. Not to be *that girl* — but I started my first blog a long, long time ago. I served as the editor of my high school’s newspaper and even at that young age, I knew some day I wanted to use my skill and passion for writing to help someone, somewhere, in some way.

More recently (around April 2019), I found another passion to invest in. Yep, you guessed it, it’s yoga.

Yoga has transformed my life in many ways.

I love that yoga is a great workout and keeps me working on my physical health. But it’s more than a workout or a good stretching session. With yoga I found an outlet. I found a way to actually relax. I found a place (wherever in the world it is) where I could be surrounded by 50 people or no people at all, and feel more in tune with my own thoughts, feelings, and my true self, than anywhere else in the world. I found a connection to my breath and my body. I finally understood what it means to get grounded. I found a way to combat anxiety. I discovered and uncovered a lot about myself and what makes me, ME.

With yoga I have learned to let go. And more importantly perhaps, I have learned that I will always be learning. I plan to share the fruits of my labor here, in this space, with my words and my stories. With words, pictures, videos, and everything in between. I plan to share what I have learned and what I am in the process of learning.

I want this space to be a space where I am free to share and be real and vulnerable. Mainly, I hope that by sharing here, you too can find the kind of peace and healing that I’ve been seeking, and that you too feel this is a safe space. I hope my words resonate with you and if they do, I hope you’ll share your thoughts with me. I believe as humans we all have a lot to learn from one another and I don’t think we do enough of that.

I invite discussion, the sharing of opinions and ideas, tips and tricks. I will always strive to be open to new ideas and I look forward to sharing my own here as well.

All of these things have the potential to enrich our lives. I would love to be a part of your healing, in any way you invite me to be.

So if you need me, I’ll be here. Doing a little yoga, living life, sharing some wisdom, and finding new roots.

Namasté, my friends.

?Sara Ann

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