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Sarah Lumb in Dubai - Inspire Yoga Pilates And Fitness

Sarah Lumb

Sarah has been practicing yoga since the birth of her son in 2002, in 2007 she wanted to delve deeper in her practice and studied Yoga with Chi Yoga School in the UK under the experience eye of June Mitchell, with Ahstanga yoga being the base practice.

Sarah gained her 200HRYT qualification here. Sarah also studied with Julie Hanson (co author of Energy in Season) her focus was seasonal Flow Yoga, using Traditional Chinese Medicine theories, the meridians and the five seasons together stimulating the meridians and organs that are related to each season. Sarah studied anatomy with David Keil author of Yoganatomy and Thai Chi, Qigong with Sue Woodd author of Morgan’s organs and club Morgan.

Sarah continues to develop her own practice and teaching skills by attending regular workshops including David Freeman, John Scott, David Swenson, Shiva Rea, Max Strom, Sarah Avant Stover & Jade wood.

Sarah teaches various styles of yoga including Hatha flow, Seasonal flow Yoga, Hatha, Hatha Vinyassa & Yin.

Sarah also teaches guided Meditation. Sarah is a Reiki Master Teacher and practices Thai Yoga massage. Sarah also enjoys practicing and teaching Flying yoga a blend of yoga acrobatics and Thai Yoga Massage.

Sarah is an intuitive teacher and her focus is to teach what she knows, what she has practiced, experienced and understands, she is able to read clients and understand them physically, mentally and spiritually.

She finds through her practice that each posture has a different mental/emotional connection and is able to translate this well to students as they practice, she likes her students to practice with awareness.

Her classes are a moving meditation of the mind body and spirit.

Sarah’s current passion is learning the art of sacred geometry, a contemplative practice creating mandalas and learning a new form of meditation practice. Sarah will be studying the 12 Archetypes over the next year.

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