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About Sarah B. Yoga

Sarah Baumert offers yoga and mindfulness-based movement classes for all abilities, ages, and interests. Her teaching is a blend of flowing yoga asanas informed by precise attention to alignment and supported by the calm wakefulness of Buddhist meditation practices.

She offers private lessons, small group (semi-private) lessons, group classes, corporate classes, retreats, restorative classes, and yoga for injuries. She also offers a unique service of yoga podcasts, audio classes that can be tailored to your needs for you to do in the comfort of your own home.

She is a certified vinyasa yoga teacher from Om Yoga in NYC, and she has done trainings in yin yoga, power yoga, Embodyoga, as well as other body-mind practices, such as Feldenkrais, Alexander, Skinner Release Technique, and Body-Mind Centering.

As a yoga teacher, she draws from years of experience working in-depth with the body and works to facilitate whole body alignment in her students, both physically and energetically. She specializes in vinyasa yoga, a breath-inspired practice that focuses on flowing in and out of poses with ease.

Her passion for yoga stems from a deep understanding and love of movement, meditation, dance, and the precise alignment of the body. From an early age, her training as a dancer introduced her to the mind-body connection and the power that comes with this awareness.

She has experience working with bodies suffering from chronic pain, injury, illness and other forms of disease. With hands on adjustments, she delivers clear results and a greater sense of ease and body awareness in her students.

Sarah has over 6 years of experience teaching in hospitals, wellness centers, universities, yoga studios, gyms, and corporate offices. Her goal in teaching is to bring increased body awareness into each one of her students, helping them to find more fluidity and ease in their everyday movements.

Sarah earned a BFA from the University of Minnesota’s dance department, has a minor in kinesiology, and has experience working in the field of holistic nutrition.


2095 Carroll Ave
Saint Paul, MN 55104

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Q. If you were a customer, what do you wish you knew about your trade? Any inside secrets to share?

A. If I were a customer I would want to know how to find a teacher that is honest, knowledgeable, has gone through proper training, and has experience with students that have injuries.

Q. What questions should a consumer ask to hire the right service professional?

A. Where did you do your training? Was it a Yoga Alliance Certified School? What other experience do you have working with bodies? Do you have any other training in body work, massage techniques, sports therapy or physical therapy? Do you have a strong yoga practice of your own?

Q. What important information should buyers have thought through before seeking you out?

A. What kind of yoga teacher am I looking for? Do I want to be physically challenged, or do I want to use yoga as a restorative practice? Am I looking for a teacher that will guide me through poses and teach me about alignment? Would I like to improve my posture? Do I want to tone my muscles, or do I need to improve on my flexibility? Do I want a teacher who is comfortable teaching private lessons?

Q. Why does your work stand out from others who do what you do?

A. My classes are a hybrid of many different styles of yoga, but they are also informed by years of practice working with my own body. As a professional dancer, I have healed myself through many injuries with yoga and other therapeutic techniques. I have compassion for those in pain and I understand the complexity that comes when you are dealing with an injury. I love helping make people feel more at ease with their bodies, more calm in their thoughts and leave class with greater self confidence. On the flip side, I also enjoy a very challenging asana class and I love working with students who need to progress deeper in their physical practice.

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