"Sarah Finger is an extraordinary teacher of yoga and has called enormously to my well being." - Deepak Chopra
Sarah Platt-Finger is the Director of Yoga at Chopra and the co-founder of ISHTA Yoga, LLC. Deepak Chopra has called Sarah “an extraordinary teacher of yoga that has called enormously to my well-being.” She received her 500-hour certification in the ISHTA lineage in 2004 and was initiated as a Yoga Master in 2013. Since then, Sarah has made it her life’s purpose to share the authentic teachings of yoga to a greater collective worldwide. She believes that yoga can be used as a microcosm for the reality we create off the mat, and that a deeper awareness of our physical, mental, and emotional patterns can bring us closer to the divine essence of our being. She teaches an embodied and affirming practice that encourages healing, transformation, and self-empowerment.
Sarah has collaborated on several online videos with Deepak Chopra including “Finding Connection Through Yoga,” and "Radical Being.” She teaches internationally as a Master Educator with Chopra Global and is a featured teacher on The Chopra Well. Her values of personal growth and selfless service led her to become a founding board member of Exhale to Inhale, a non-profit organization that teaches yoga to survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence.
Sarah’s own journey of healing and self-study continue to inform her teachings and inspire her path as a lifelong student. Always a seeker, Sarah considers motherhood to be her greatest spiritual practice. She currently lives in Boca Raton, Florida with her husband, Yogiraj Alan Finger, her daughter Satya, and her dogs Malcolm and Thomas. She teaches weekly class online, where she pursues her mission of helping others find a home inside themselves.
If there is one thing I know for sure, it is that human beings are hard wired for evolution. There is nothing static about us, except our beliefs, and even those change over time. That is why, after 14 years of running the ISHTA Yoga studio, my job description is changing. I am honored to share that I have joined Continue Reading...Read more
Image by Robert Sturman Sometimes we forget that we are not quantifiable. We forget that there is not an external force deciding our worth based on a number or a final outcome. We forget that life is not a competition or a race or a score, but that we are are actually here to remember the source from which we are all born. And when Continue Reading...Read more