Experiences that will change your life.
Sarah Ezrin

Sarah Ezrin

Sarah Ezrin

Sarah Ezrin

Sarah Ezrin

Sarah Ezrin


Sarah Ezrin

Past Retreats

Yoga in Maui  
Mar 18
Mar 23

Sarah Ezrin

Sarah Ezrin

Sarah Ezrin is a motivator, writer, yoga teacher, and teacher trainer. Her joie de vivre is infectious. For Sarah, yoga is beyond the postures it is a guide for living. Bringing a background of psychology and life coaching, she uses yoga to connect people to their brightest and most authentic Self.  Based out of San Francisco where she lives with her husband and their dog, Sarah leads trainings, workshops, and retreats at home and across the globe.  Her fun and popular classes are infused with humor and positivity. Sarah is changing the world, teaching self-love one person at a time. For more information on Sarah please visit her website or connect with her on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.


Years Teaching

10+ years


Creative sequencing with empowering self-inquiry


Connecting people to their best self!



What inspired you to teach yoga?

I was inspired to teach yoga when my Mum was diagnosed with terminal cancer. I had been working in the film business for years, successful, but empty on a deeper soul level. When my Mum got sick it was a huge moment, reminding me how short this precious life is and that I actually had a choice to live the life I wanted. Today, what continues to inspire me is helping others recognize their fullest potential and guiding them to take charge of their destiny.

Who are your most influential teachers?

Annie Carpenter, Maty Ezraty, Joan Hyman

How would you describe your style?

As a teacher trainer, I weave creative sequencing with precise alignment. My classes are infused with humor and positivity. Bringing a background of psychology and life coaching, I lovingly guide students toward their brightest and best self.

Why do you feel retreats are transformational?

Every retreat is transformational by its nature. You are somewhere beautiful with like-minded people, deepening your practice. The transformation aspect is the juiciest reason I lead trainings and something I love to facilitate. I like to set an intention for the week and work with the students using their bodies and different self-inquiry exercises to peel away the layers so that by the end of retreat, we have accessed a deeper and more authentic place.

What is your favorite pose to teach?

Warrior 2. It is so simple and so powerful. Not only is it incredible at building outer strength, but it's a great tool to build inner strength, too. When we hold past the point of being comfortable it is a great pose to develop resilience. It's also empowering. Learning to stand in our bodies and for ourselves. And everyone can do it!

What is your favorite pose to practice?

My favorite pose to practice is Urdhva Dhanurasana (Upward Facing Bow). I'm a self-diagnosed backbend junky, and there's no other backbend that invigorates me or opens me up quite like Upward Bow. It's one of those poses where if I don't practice it, I feel incomplete.

What are your favorite places to travel?

This is such a hard question to answer! Everywhere in the world has something unique to offer and I love them for different reasons. Bali is one of the most potent and transformational places I have ever visited. I grew up traveling to Europe, so I have a special place in my heart for all things Europe, but there's something particularly glorious about the Italian and French countrysides. We are blessed in California to be close to Hawaii and Mexico, where I could spend eternity on those beaches.