When I first tried yoga I loved the way it made me feel happy. 25 years later it still does. My daily yoga practice isn't about getting my body into weird shapes - it's about maintaining good mental health and keeping sober after a past where I relied on alcohol, substances and anti-depressants to get me through.

These days it's  yoga that helps me stay grounded and reminded that while you can never control what happens around you it is always possible to choose how to react.  My choices are a lot healthier these days and I attribute that to yoga.

After travelling in India and hanging out on a rooftop practising yoga with a Baba I met on the side of a road in 2008 I came back home to London, had a beautiful baby boy and gave up my day job to train as a yoga teacher. Since qualifying as a vinyasa flow yoga teacher I have undertaken pregnancy, post natal, anatomy, and training to teach adults and children with disabilities as well as numerous teacher trainings.

My classes reflect my own experience of a regular and varied yoga practice, Yogic philosophy is woven throughout in an accessible and relevant way to our modern experience and you leave the classes feeling whole and reconnected.


"I truly believe that yoga helps each and every one of us reach our fullest potential in terms of physical, mental and emotional well-being".  

Sarah Rush


MA PGCE BA (hons)

Yoga Alliance Registered teacher 500 hours

Independent Yoga Network Registered 500 hours

Yoga for the special child training 

Yoga for adults with disabilities

Pregnancy and post natal yoga diploma

Healing space Yoga for Cancer training

Yin yoga intensive training

Relax and Renew © - training with Judith Hansen Lasater

Advanced teacher trainings with Max Strom, Jason Crandell, Norman Blair, David Swenson and annually with Elena Brower


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