With coffee in one hand and her beach-cruiser handlebar in the other, Sara starts every morning with a barefoot bike ride to the beach to catch the sunrise.
“When you wake up in the morning you are given another opportunity to create whatever it is that YOU want to do. You can choose to live out your dreams, your goals, and your wishes. Why not do the things that you truly love? Why not live the exact life that you love and wish to live?”
Sara’s yoga journey started accidentally seven years ago while she was looking for a way to be skinny. “I was trying to be perfect on the outside. I was trying to fit this mold of what I was supposed to be like, act like, and look like. The impact that yoga made on my life was a complete surprise. Who knew that simply showing up to my mat day after day would lead to my discovery of who I truly and genuinely am. It led me to believe that what I want to be like, act like, and look like, is already perfect.”
There is no one that has more of an appreciation for love than Sara. “Love is the most powerful thing on the planet. I am constantly making sure that the people who mean the most to me know how loved and appreciated they are. It’s important to express love to strangers too. What I learned on my yoga journey is that the same love that I was so obsessed with giving, I lacked for myself. Yoga has given the fundamentals and inspiration to love me, so that I am able to love others and this beautiful life I have been blessed with.”
This is how Sara Ashley Yoga (SAY) came about. SAY is designed to focus on the most important thing in your life: you. “I want to inspire people to love their true self just as the power of yoga has taught me. I want them to love and accept who they truly are and love the life that they were given. I want them to see the beauty within themselves and the beauty that surrounds them on a regular basis. We get so caught up in the chaos of everyday life as well as the pressure that society puts on us that we lose sight in our own life, own goals, own wants and needs. We forget about the most important thing in life: love.”
What you think you SAY. What you SAY you believe. Your thoughts, your words, and your beliefs are the way that you love and live your life.