Sarah found yoga while training for her first marathon. She looked to yoga as just part of her training schedule and after her first class, she realized that it would become so much more. Yoga changed the way Sarah breathed, looked at the world and herself and soon after diving deep into the practice, she realized she wanted to share this gift with others. A native New Yorker, Sarah received her RYT 200 certification from Laughing Lotus Yoga Center in NYC. Sarah teaches a creative flow that pays great attention to the breath and finding sweetness in every pose. Sarah is currently pursuing her Katonah® Yoga certification and leads Katonah® inspired classes. When Sarah is not on the mat, you can find her jogging around the Seacoast, baking cookies or on the beach with her husband Steve, son Axel and daughter Lucy.


"I have been practicing with Sarah since she and her family moved to the Seacoast. I realized early on that Sarah had a passion for “teaching” yoga and pushing her students to do poses they didn’t realize they were capable of. When other teachers guide you through the same flow, Sarah shows that there is more to a pose than just going through the motions. When the pandemic hit and studios were closed or classes were cut back, I missed being able to practice with Sarah. Making the decision to schedule private classes has been the best decision, and my practice has evolved into something that I wanted it to be - not just the same old Vinyasa flow classes we all have been to. If you want to take your practice to a higher level I highly recommend giving Sarah a call."
Andrew Webster
"I am delighted to review a yoga series I was fortunate to participate in led by Sarah Krzyanoski. Sarah is a kind, thoughtful, caring individual and a gifted yoga teacher. Since a bike accident and broken pelvis a few years ago I have had difficulty with tight hips. When I heard that Sarah was teaching a series on hip openers I knew this was for me. Not that I like those poses but trusted that Sarah would guide me in these very difficult (for me) poses. The first session I could not even attempt gomukhasana, fire log pose, or variations on a pigeon pose. Sarah modified and gave me many suggestions for adjustments that began my journey to more flexible hips. I now have a daily practice of hip poses that have given me physical relief as well as much happiness that comes from seeing improvement. What is truly amazing, Sarah did all of this on Zoom. If you want to begin a practice, fine tune your current practice and treat yourself to an awe-inspiring yoga experience contact Sarah."
Kathy Welch
What is Katonah Yoga®?

Katonah Yoga® is a hatha style practice that incorporates Taoism, sacred geometry and five element theory. The practice was created by Nevine Michaan who still teaches in Bedford New York. In Katonah Yoga® classes, props will often be used as scaffolding so that the student can embody the archtype of the pose. Props are strongly encouraged for this class with a minimum of 2 blocks, 1 blanket, 1 strap.

What Is Chair Yoga?
Chair yoga is a practice accessible to practitioners of all abilities and experience. It can be used as a physically demanding practice to access a deeper understanding of the pose. It can be restorative and serve to give us leverage to be held. It can also be used to turn ourselves upside down and change our perspective. Chair yoga, like all yoga, is multidimensional and multifaceted. For a chair yoga class, you can expect deep stretches, opportunities for inversions and a sweat. Props are strongly encouraged for this class with a minimum of 2 blocks, 1 blanket, 1 strap and a chair. While most chairs can be used for this practice, a folding chair/yoga chair is ideal.