Sarah Stevenson

Sarah Stevenson, a.k.a., The Tini Yogini, is a Certified Yoga Instructor in Southern California.  Sarah began her journey into yoga the day her son was born and placed on her chest. As Sarah recounts “The moment he looked into my eyes I had an awakening of a peace and tranquility that always lived inside me that I was never aware of until that moment. I embarked on a journey from that moment on to seek out ways to keep this peace alive and awake inside me”.

In Sarah’s search she studied and practiced Japa Meditation where she was able to create a quiet space inside her as well as a hunger for more of this serenity in her everyday life. This search for peace is what drew her to yoga and peace is what she has found.

The path to Yoga is often begun from the outside in but for Sarah it began on the inside and has worked its way out to the physical practice of asanas. Sarah has such a fervent desire to share the benefits that Yoga has brought to her with any who care to learn, including the children she teaches yoga to throughout public schools in Southern California.

Sarah has a degree in Behavioral Psychology and teaches not only yoga classes but also life affirming workshops. She also works one-on-one as a behavioral therapist with private clients. She received her Hatha Yoga Certification in April, 2008 through the Yoga Shakti Teacher certification program and studied for over 200 hours directly with Diana Pipaloff .  She also writes for www.beachbody.com,  which provides effective home fitness dvds for all fitness levels and recently launched P90X2, which delivers an even more advanced fitness workout.

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