Sarah Adleman first began to study yoga in 2004 as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Bangladesh. Later, when teaching English in China, she began to practice yoga more intensely as a therapy for her running related back pain. In January 2006 she completed the 200hr Registered Yoga Teacher training with Swami Ramananda and Integral Yoga. The following year she began to utilize the therapeutic applications of yoga with Traumatic Brain Injury patients at Mentis Neuro Rehab El Paso where she worked for eight years. In 2015 she completed the 500hr RYT in Advanced Techniques of Therapeutic Yoga with Integrative Yoga Therapy and was grandfathered in as a Certified Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT) in 2016. Sarah has presented on TBI and yoga at numerous conferences and continues to teach group TBI classes through a community program as well as work with private clients. She also holds a MFA in Creative Writing. Her first book, a hybrid memoir which uses the physiology of memory as a strand of non-fiction, was published by Tolsun Books in June 2019. Sarah’s classes are a mix of breath, flow, strength, and balance. The intent of every class is to nourish physically, unblock mentally, and connect spiritually.