I completed my Yoga teacher training in April 2019 on the beautiful island of Koh Samui, Thailand, through the Yogagati Yoga school. I qualified in Vinyasa and Yin yoga, with an additional focus on Yoga Nidra and Pranayama work. I also attended a Reiki Master workshop whilst on the island.
I have been practising yoga for over ten years, incorporating a mix of Ashtanga, Hatha, Vinyasa and Yin. I find it an invaluable holistic tool which compliments my busy lifestyle and main occupation as a Veterinary Surgeon (BVM&S MRCVS). I find practising yoga helps me to maintain a healthy work life balance.
My strong science and veterinary medical background has given me an excellent grounding in the fundamentals of anatomy and physiology across all species. It helps me to separate the ‘fad from fiction’, in today’s modern world where social media is often relied upon as a source of lifestyle advice and information. I have endeavoured to gain the relevant and registrable qualification to teach my students reliable and evidence
based yoga techniques to help them enrich their lives and reap the same benefits as I have through my own practice.
I enjoy teaching both Vinyasa and Yin yoga techniques. I find both styles contribute in different ways towards a healthy body and mind. My classes are focused on energetic anatomy based Vinyasa flows, or gentle restorative Yin sessions.
I look forward to gaining more experience in teaching and helping people to connect to their inner selves through their yoga practice!
Namaste, Dr Sarah Cronin
200 RYT Vinyasa and Yin Yoga certification
Vinyasa Flow class incorporate playful sequences that move with the breath, covering various modifications of yogi asanas, suitable for all levels. These exercises increase flexibility, strength, tone and employ breathing techniques to leave you feeling rejuvenated and relaxed. I prefer to use anatomical cues to teach correct alignment and postures. As always, there will be a guided meditation at the end.
My Yin classes involve holding specific poses for longer, to induce deep fascial stretching in a meditative state. Although relaxing, this is still a demanding practice which is beneficial for anyone looking to release musculoskeletal tension and reduces stress. It is an excellent form of cross training. Classes will be tailored to target a certain body area eg, shoulders/hips/chest/spine
Classes are available in a new beautiful studio in Molecule, Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill. Alternatively private/group classes are available over ZOOM or outdoors in the park. Contact to arrange these separately.
Classes in studio are limited to 5 spaces in order to maintain covid security. Thorough disinfection protocols are in place. Mats and towels provided but you are welcome to bring your own mat.
Small class sizes allow for a more intimate environment concentrating on individual form and needs.
Hopefully you like what you see on my page and would like to take part in my class – I’d love for you to join me!
My classes can be found at:
103A Westbourne Grove
Alternatively private/group classes are available over ZOOM or outdoors in the park. Please contact me to arrange these separately.
50% off first class with code FIRSTCLASS50
(Can be used once for Vinyasa and once for Yin)