Sarah Kline teaches a blend of Hatha Yoga, integrating Kripalu, Ashtanga and Kundalini into her practice. She believes in the invigorating power that yoga offers the mind, body and spirit.

Sarah grew up in the Bahamas Islands living on a boat with her parents who were writing and editing a guide for Yachtsman. She holds a Bachelor of Art’s in French and a master’s in psychology and counseling. She began her practice of yoga in the early 1990s when she traveled to Lenox, Massachusetts to study at the Kripalu Center. Sarah’s Hatha practice is inspired by the teachings of her instructors who include Stephen Cope, Shiva Rea, David Swensen and Shelley Washington, Rama Birch, Andrea Boyd and Jeffrey Cohen, and Tom and Noele Pace.

Sarah views life as dynamic and believes that the key is to stay flexible. She is focused on caring for the human body as well as attending to relationships that support our lives. For Sarah, becoming flexible mentally and physically begins on her yoga mat.

Sarah’s favorite pose is Urdhva Dhanurasana (upward facing bow pose). Regular practice of this pose keeps the body supple and creates a feeling of vitality and lightness, stimulating the adrenal glands and thus increasing one’s will power and capacity to bear stress.

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Yoga for PTSD

This kundalini sequence, designed to treat post traumatic stress disorder or PTSD, will teach you meditation and breathing techniques that actually alter the brain state and rewire stress patterns. Recommended props: bolster...

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Yoga for ADHD

This kundalini mantra, breath and meditation practice eases symptoms of attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder and improves focus.

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Kundalini Yoga for Insomnia

Use four Kundalini Yoga techniques to induce a better, more restful sleep.

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  • Sarah Kline
Hero Pose/Reclined Hero • Virasana/ Supta Virasana

Improves digestion and relieves gas.

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Extended Side Angle Pose • Utthita Parsvakonasana

Relives back pain and stimulates abdominal organs.