Sahar was first introduced to yoga by her sister in 2008, and only a few months before getting the opportunity to live in India. She took this opportunity to dive deep into yoga and meditation courses. Practicing yoga in India as a beginner was life-changing, as she got to understand early on that āsana is just one limb of an entire practice of mindful living. Sahar moved to the US in 2011 to earn her master’s degree in International Human Rights. She completed her yoga training in Vancouver, WA and has since taken several trainings on trauma-informed practices and movement. She has also completed a 100-hour Yin training, taught by Paul Grilley’s students, Sarasvati Hewitt and Matthew Schulman. Yin has become a powerful force in Sahar’s life, helping her heal her own traumas and to delve deeper inward. She is elated to share this practice with all of you and to grow together.