Sarah has always been a Wild Woman who preferred spending time in the wild than to being indoors. A true Renaissance woman, she is a guide, yoga teacher, former high-school teacher, chef, avid world traveller, extreme skier, sailor, writer, mantra musician and performing singer-songwriter who has recorded 3 albums and recently written a musical memoir.
Sarah did her Kundalini Yoga certification in 2006 in New Mexico through 3HO/Kundalini Research Institute, which is recognized by the Yoga Alliance. She has since taken her Level 2 modules and continues her studies in Buddhism and Pranayama.
Ever the avid outdoor enthusiast, she began working in outdoor education at age 16 at a camp on Georgian Bay, and has been guiding professionally for a decade. She loves working in an environment with all women because she sees the need for women to have time together, to learn from one another and to empower each other, particularly out in the wilds of nature. “For me, to be a wild woman, really just means living our true essence. We as women are bold, beautiful, courageous and creative and need to be free to dream, speak, and live our truths.”
She is the eternal ski bum, sailor, hiker, mountaineer, cyclist, swimmer, dancer and yogi who spends her time between Nelson BC, Antigua, Europe and Peru. She just finished walking the Camino de Santiago from France to Spain and is looking forward to this spring and summer when she’ll be back in Peru leading Inca Trail treks once again.