Sarah and Torrey are longtime friends and kindred spirits. They have traveled the world together and both have great passion for teaching. Their unique backgrounds and experiences will enrich this training. Read below for more detail on each of them individually.


  Torrey is a lover of nature and peaceful moments in life. She started on her yogic path while living in Colorado attending University. Since then she has continually sought out inspiring teachers to learn from to deepen her understanding of the practice. She first learned to teach Bikram yoga in 2008, and since then has been teaching and seeking out other trainings to expand her skills including training with Bernie Clark in 2009 in Yin yoga, Ananda Village in northern California to learn how to teach meditation in 2009 and even Rishikesh India for more traditional Hatha yoga teacher training in 2011. Besides teaching, Torrey has an incredible passion for her bodywork practice in Santa Barbara, California. She weaves together Rolfing Structural Integration, movement work, biodynamic cranial-sacral therapy, and visceral manipulation to help people find ease, awareness, and healing in their bodies. The knowledge she gained training in those modalities flows into her yoga teaching style and her way of seeing others. She has a vast knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the body and is committed to helping her students feel confident in their offerings. Besides the serious stuff though, she has become recently obsessed with learning to surf.  She also enjoys walking in nature, relaxing at home, knitting or creating other things with her hands. 

 

Torrey is a lover of nature and peaceful moments in life. She started on her yogic path while living in Colorado attending University. Since then she has continually sought out inspiring teachers to learn from to deepen her understanding of the practice. She first learned to teach Bikram yoga in 2008, and since then has been teaching and seeking out other trainings to expand her skills including training with Bernie Clark in 2009 in Yin yoga, Ananda Village in northern California to learn how to teach meditation in 2009 and even Rishikesh India for more traditional Hatha yoga teacher training in 2011.

Besides teaching, Torrey has an incredible passion for her bodywork practice in Santa Barbara, California. She weaves together Rolfing Structural Integration, movement work, biodynamic cranial-sacral therapy, and visceral manipulation to help people find ease, awareness, and healing in their bodies. The knowledge she gained training in those modalities flows into her yoga teaching style and her way of seeing others. She has a vast knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the body and is committed to helping her students feel confident in their offerings.

Besides the serious stuff though, she has become recently obsessed with learning to surf.  She also enjoys walking in nature, relaxing at home, knitting or creating other things with her hands. 

 
  On a mission to uncover the truth of existence; dedicated to perpetual learning and growth; Sarah's yoga journey began in a bikram yoga class 11 years ago... It has taken her around the world studying many facets of yoga from a variety of incredible teachers.  Sarah completed her first of many yoga teacher trainings in yin yoga with Bernie Clark in 2009.  Since then, she has taught all demographics of students; in San Francisco, Denver, India, Nepal, Bali, Peru, Colombia, Mexico, and Costa Rica.  She is passionate about sharing her understanding to any and all who seek to learn. Sarah bridges the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual elements of life together in each class; connecting the ancient teachings of yoga to their practical application in our everyday lives. She has traveled through much of Asia, Central and South America, exploring different cultures' perspectives on life, spirituality and healing. She weaves these together seamlessly within her own life as well as in her teaching. Her personal mission is to understand and embody unconditional love, sharing all that she has learned in a manner that is relatable and accessible to all.

 

On a mission to uncover the truth of existence; dedicated to perpetual learning and growth; Sarah's yoga journey began in a bikram yoga class 11 years ago... It has taken her around the world studying many facets of yoga from a variety of incredible teachers.  Sarah completed her first of many yoga teacher trainings in yin yoga with Bernie Clark in 2009.  Since then, she has taught all demographics of students; in San Francisco, Denver, India, Nepal, Bali, Peru, Colombia, Mexico, and Costa Rica.  She is passionate about sharing her understanding to any and all who seek to learn.

Sarah bridges the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual elements of life together in each class; connecting the ancient teachings of yoga to their practical application in our everyday lives.

She has traveled through much of Asia, Central and South America, exploring different cultures' perspectives on life, spirituality and healing. She weaves these together seamlessly within her own life as well as in her teaching.

Her personal mission is to understand and embody unconditional love, sharing all that she has learned in a manner that is relatable and accessible to all.