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"Sarah Finger is an extraordinary teacher of yoga and has called enormously to my well being." - Deepak Chopra

Sarah Finger

Sarah Finger is the co-founder of ISHTA Yoga, LLC and the private yoga teacher of Dr. Deepak Chopra.  She has shared the elevating tools of ISHTA to the yoga community worldwide through trainings, workshops, and retreats which she co-teaches with her husband, Yoga Master Alan Finger.  Sarah believes that the practice of yoga can be used as a microcosm of the reality we create for ourselves off the mat, and that a deeper awareness of our physical, mental, and emotional habits can both transform and empower us to connect to our most authentic self.

Sarah is a featured expert on Jiyo, a revolutionary new digital platform that brings health and wellness to online communities all over the world. She is the co-creator of “Finding Connection Through Yoga,” and "Radical Being,” two online courses in collaboration with Deepak Chopra. Her third course, "Chakras 101" with Alan Finger was launched in January, 2018. 

Sarah is a legacy ambassador for Lululemon, a Satya Jewelry Soul Sister, and a Zenfluencer for Rituals USA. Her values of self-empowerment and authenticity led her to join the Board of Directors for Exhale to Inhale, a non-profit organization that teaches yoga to survivors of domestic violence. Always a seeker, Sarah considers motherhood to be her greatest spiritual practice. Her daughter, Satya, inspires her to live a life based on love and unbound potential.

  • Where the Light Comes In

    “The wound is the place where the light enters you” Rumi One of the things that inspires me most about yoga postures are that they are a powerful metaphor for life. Some poses elicit feelings of joy, comfort, and ease while others can bring up frustration, fear, and anxiety. The poses themselves are neutral but they work on us in Continue Reading...

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  • October Newsletter: A Call to Practice

    “Practice becomes firmly grounded when well attended to for a long time, without break, and with devotion.”   Sutra 1:14 When things get challenging, our practice is often the first to go. It’s in these experiences, that shake the ground beneath us, that actually call for us to step on our mats. This is when we have the opportunity to welcome Continue Reading...

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