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Sarah Pascual

Sarah Pascual

Sarah Pascual

Sarah Pascual

Sarah Pascual

Sarah Pascual


Sarah Pascual

Sarah Pascual

Sarah Pascual
A San Francisco Bay Area native, off the mat, Sarah is a deep-down ocean lover looking for the next chance to surf, dance, hike, or travel. With over ten years teaching experience in public classes and workshops and seven years leading worldwide yoga retreats, her intention as a teacher is to help students find a deeper connection to their yoga practice and more authenticity, passion, and ease in all parts of life. Sarah brings detailed breath instruction and asana alignment together with hands-on adjustments and healing aromatherapy. Her teachings come from a very intuitive space and are always tailored to who shows up in her room. Gracefully and intentionally weaving together traditional hatha yoga, Vinyasa, restorative, and meditation, she leaves you feeling restored, grounded, and more connected to your body.
Sarah is known to create a strong sense of community and support with students of all ages and experience levels. Sarah believes that to teach this practice, you have to live it: her job as a teacher starts with her day-to-day life—first and foremost, showing up for herself. That means making space to nurture herself through surfing, dancing, getting into nature, and cooking healthy meals. Sarah encourages her students to invest time, money, and energy into their passions and see what happens. Watching fellow yogis grow, transform, and heal is true gift that inspires Sarah to keep going.

Years Teaching

10+ years


Hatha flow, restorative, meditation, breath, and alignment-focused 





What inspired you to teach yoga?

Transformation. Growth. Seeing students evolve and grow within their practice and in their personal life inspires me to teach.

Who are your most influential teachers?

The ocean, my mom, and my first yoga teacher/mentor, Jolie Cash

How would you describe your style?

Intuitive, grounding, meditative, healing, and lighthearted.

Why do you feel retreats are transformational?

We all need time to get away, to break up the daily routine, to place ourselves in a different environment. A retreat is time to to return to see what is important, to slow down and get clear about what we want. Often, retreats are deeply transformational, healing, and rejuvenating. They can break us out of our shell, help us remove old patterns or behaviors that no longer serve us. They offer us a chance to forge new friendships, with both others and ourselves. Retreats are a wonderful way to really get reconnected with yourself, build community, and have a great time doing it! 

What is your favorite pose to teach?

I don't have a favorite pose, I just love teaching it all.

What is your favorite pose to practice?

Legs up the wall!

What are your favorite places to travel?

I love Central America for its amazing surf, lively locals, flavorful food, and music!