For our 27th episode, I had the pleasure to sit down with Sarah Ezrin. Sarah is a friend and a colleague now, even a brand ambassador for Athleta with me but we met when she was my one teacher trainer in my 300h. I’ve always loved her classes, her playfulness, and her sense of community. I recently discovered another side to her: her incredible talent for writing. Today we’re sitting together to talk about how writing can be healing when we go through hardship.
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QUESTIONS SHE ANSWERED
- Can you tell us a bit about yourself and your yoga journey?
- Why did you start writing? Why is it important for you?
- Why share in a very personal and vulnerable way?
- Can you tell us about the piece Recovering from myself ? What did this recovery taught you?
- What would be your advice to yoga students listening dealing with injuries? Is there something you wished you understood earlier?
- What’s your best advice to avoid injuries in yoga?
- How is grief good?
- How has your relationship to death and grief changed over the last decade?
- Has writing this article has been a way to process grief for you?
- What do you say to someone that is grieving? What can one say?
- Is there another subject you’ve been wanting to write about?
- Which piece has had the biggest impact on your life?
- To teachers or bloggers out there. Why should they write, even if they think no one is reading?
- What’s the writing process like for you alone vs when collaborating with magazine and online publications
- Any advice for yoga teachers that have been considering freelance writing?
ABOUT OUR GUEST
Sarah Ezrin is a motivator, writer, yoga teacher, and teacher trainer. Her joie de vivre is infectious. For Sarah, yoga is beyond the postures it is a guide for living. Bringing a background of psychology and life coaching, she uses yoga to connect people to their brightest and most authentic Self. Based out of San Francisco where she lives with her husband and their dog,
Sarah leads trainings, workshops, and retreats at home and across the globe. Her fun and popular classes are infused with humor and positivity.
Sarah is changing the world, teaching self-love one person at a time.
Learn more about Sarah here :
Her website : sarahezrinyoga.com
Her writing: sarahezrinyoga.com/writing-2/