Sarah Lindgren 2016-10-18T21:43:36+00:00

Project Description

Sarah Lindgren

I wish to live in a world where people communicate face to face, eat real food, and nurture themselves as well as those around them.

I began practicing yoga in 2006 while I was expecting my first daughter. I have found that a full practice guided by the 8 limbs of yoga provides me with a deeper understanding of myself and connectivity to those around me. I practice and teach because yoga gives you permission to be yourself, uncovered, dirty and honest and we all need to know that it is okay to just be as we are.

As a yoga teacher, montessorian, and JuicePlus representative I’ve been teaching yoga since summer of 2015, gaining 200hr certification in 2016 from Moksha Yoga in Chicago. Working with children ranging in age from 15 months – 9 years at a local Montessori school since 2009 and helping people develop awareness about the food they put in their mouths as well as their children’s mouths since 2011.

When I’m not meditating, or attempting arm balances and inversions, you can find me gardening with my family and whipping up vegan sweets.

Join me in cultivating a more compassionate, judgeless, and honest community through the practice of yoga.

www.Sarah-Lindgren.com and www.Sarah-Lindgren.JuicePlus.com

More About Sarah

What inspires you?
Nature, it’s beautiful, amazing, and unforgivingly honest. The intelligence of the opposing forces in nature leave me in awe and inspires me to be patient on my path, knowing that I must experience ups and downs in order to be the most honest, humble and truest version of myself.
If you had 15 minutes in which to do anything, what would you do?
I would snuggle with my children, they are growing to fast!
Who inspires you?
The young, their ability to continue to keep working at what challenges them until they master it. the young can do anything, and I think they know it.
What 3 words best describe you?
Dedicated, kind, optimistic
Why do you do yoga?
Yoga allows me to be the best version of myself, I like that person so I “do” yoga a lot.
What must you do?
Advocate care for our earth, she has given us life, nurtures us, provides air to breathe, water to drink and food to eat. We must care for her as she does for us.
What would you rather not do?
Math
What would you like to do more of?
Cooking with my girls, traveling, self discovery and gardening.
What would you like to do less of?
Being in my car.
What is your idea of heaven?
A warm embrace
Where is your favorite place?
Any place where I can feel peace. Places where time almost stops and I can sit and connect with my surroundings I have experienced this in many places; fields, beaches, mountains, woods, farms,  even in cityscapes. When I can connect to a feeling of peace I find that sensation allows my soul to feel at home.
Why do you teach?
It is fun! I love providing a safe and open environment for students of all ages and abilities to experience growth through struggles and achievements by fostering a community that encourages one another to reach beyond what they think their limits are to uncover something new about themselves.
What do you love?
Life, I love living. I love being healthy and open enough to engage in new experiences and adventures. I love being a mother, wife, daughter, sister, and aunt. I love feeling the sun on my skin and a smile float across my face.
What’s your favorite quote?
“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us” Ralph Waldo Emerson
What is your favorite emotion(s) to cultivate?
Bliss
What is your favorite asana?
The time between the first Sun Salutes on my mat when I hold Anjali Mudra (prayer position) in Tadasana and close my eyes. I feel so alive and grateful in that moment.
What do you love to do when you’re off the mat?
Observe my children while they make discoveries, that “wow” moment never gets old.
Where do you feel most alive?
On my mat, in one of those peace promoting places. I can feel more of everything there.
What are you grateful for?
This life, being a teacher, a mother, every experience good or bad, every minute of it is a blessing and I intend to be a sponge and soak up as much of it as I can!
What is your mission?
To help people find peace within so they can radiate that love, light, and peace. To share peace.