Grow with the Flow
Thank you to all who helped me grow during my teacher training journey. I am grateful for the connection and learning. Together, we successfully raised just over 5,000 HKD for charity going to support Refugee Week and local Hong Kong charities including Feeding HK and Ark Eden.
My “Grow with the Flow” yoga practice is known as Empowered Flow, founded and taught by Victor Chau after 20 years of yoga. It is a vinyasa based yooga practice that is highly versatile across all levels offering regularity for the body and mind to develop skills required for inversions, backbends, meditation and more. Various progressions are offered to motivate anyone to conquer their fear and become a better version of themselves. It invites you to work hard, to realise your goals, be connected to your true self and with one another; ultimately its aim is to help you be a happier and healthier person. You do not even need to be able to touch your toes, let alone do any fancy poses, to get started with yoga. You get to create your own experience, with a little guidance from me.
Emilie Ducommun, Transformational Coach
“Sarah is a wonderful yoga teacher. Her instructions are very clear, smooth and easy to follow, even for a beginner like me. Her voice, volume and tone are perfect and she is able to create a very warm and relaxing atmosphere. I love her Grow with the Flow class, which is relaxing and energising at the same time. She is everything you want in a yoga instructor.”
Slowing Down with Yoga
Slowing down in the big city is not easy – trust me, I know! That’s one of the reasons I love yoga. It allows me to adopt a different pace, to move my body in a way that feels good, flowing in a moving meditation. Undulating the spine, opening the body and mind, learning to flow with the waves of life.
When we slow down, we can appreciate the beauty and wonder in hidden sanctuaries within the hustle & bustle of our crazy, beloved city. Stress can melt away as time starts to take on a new meaning.
Yoga is not about fancy poses or crazy backbends, it’s not even about touching your toes. It’s simply about adopting the pace of nature. When we look at and take the time to connect to nature to BE in nature, we get better at understanding who we are and what we want. And who doesn’t want that?
Even if you can’t get outside, you can allow nature to flow through you through simple yoga poses. Standing tall like a mountain (Tadasana) for a strong foundation yet still allowing life to take you on its sometimes seemingly sideways journey like butterflies allow the winds of change to take them where it will.
Movement is medicine, and it’s free