Sabine Keagy has been practicing Yoga since 2000 and been teaching since 2005. She has learned from many teachers locally and out of state and is indebted to Shiva Rea for her creative sequencing, to Seane Corn and Annie Carpenter for their discipline, steadiness and rigor, to Saul David Raye for his ease and celebratory spirit, and to Erich Schiffman for putting it all in perspective. As always, she’ll be especially grateful for Jodi Boone, who awakened in her the love for yoga.
Sabine likes many kinds of yoga, especially Vinyasa Yoga, a flowing, dynamic, and sometimes exuberant practice that builds strength, stamina, and flexibility. Synchronizing movement and breath creates a feeling of mindfulness, steadiness, and wholeness and she feels that this allows us to find a deeper and more fulfilling connection to ourselves, others, and the world around us. Recently, she discovered the nurturing and healing aspects of Restorative Yoga, again realizing that there are many paths to the goal of a more enlightened life.
Sabine teaches All Levels Vinyasa on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 9:30AM and Restorative Yoga on Fridays at 1:30PM.