Damn Good Yoga is Asana with an Attitude. A journey through your Vinyasa practice, but with a little edge. It’s creative enough to keep you present, while grounded enough to make everyone feel like they’re able to flow together for the whole experience.
When you step into a yoga class with Sarrah, you are taken on a journey.
Carefully choreographing every moment of your experience with cohesion, laughter, lessons, and expert creative sequencing, while never taking herself or the practice too seriously, is her intention every time she leads a class. Using red wine or her latest breakup as class themes, Sarrah is an open book in and out of class. Her attention to detail permeates every moment of the practice, from a curated playlist echoing the day’s dharma to incredibly specific cueing. No matter if it’s your first yoga class ever or if you’ve been practicing for years, you will leave feeling damn good.
To balance the repetitive damage of dancing on Broadway eight shows a week, yoga was suggested by her physical therapist. Over 15 years ago, the love affair began upon walking into a power flow class.
She quickly noticed that her body started to change, her dancing improved, and she was rarely at the physical therapy office. Most importantly, her mind started to quiet, and being a professional performer became much more manageable. The drama started to quiet and fade, and the joy shined through. Yoga truly became the thing that kept her going in a business made for short-lived careers. Miraculously, throughout her career of six Broadway shows, she has never sustained a major injury or even a pulled muscle.
Sarrah has completed the 500-hour hatha training, 100-hour flow training, and 75-hour sequencing training with Moksha International and has been a senior teacher at Modo Yoga NYC for seven years. She has also taught at the Woom Center, Sweat Yoga NYC, and Alo Yoga. She is certified to teach vinyasa, hatha, yin, and restorative.
Sarrah co-created the brand, bYoga. As Montauk’s premiere dynamic vinyasa studio, bYoga brought creative and sometimes irreverent yoga to the East End for three wildly successful seasons. bYoga also opened two other pop up locations in East Hampton and at The Redbury Hotel in New York City.
Recently, Sarrah took her own personal style and created a signature class for Project by Equinox called Damn Good Yoga. Blending hip, timely dharma, creative sequencing, playlists that run the gamut in style, and a personality all her own, Damn Good Yoga has evolved into her new passion project.