Hi! Thanks for stopping by. I’m Sara – a holistic diet & lifestyle educator; yoga & fitness teacher; holistic health coach & writer. It’s nice to meet you! I’m proud to be a Bostonian, but I consider myself a child of the world. My maternal grandmother (very special lady) was born in the beautiful country of Nicaragua, which I have rediscovered in the last year and have made my second home (during brutal winter months in New England).  My yoga wellness retreats are located in Nicaragua.  This country is surrounded by water – sea, lagoons, lakes, rivers and rich culture.  I love to travel, read, exercise, hike, cook, create things, write, and eat!

I have a Masters in sarcasm and a PhD in dry humor. I am a real yogi. I wear makeup, drink coffee every morning, I drink socially, eat meat, and swear a lot – and I’m not afraid to admit I’m a human. My love of health, diet, and exercise inspired me to start this blog – but I believe true  health is more than just diet and exercise. Health is a mixture of having a sound mind, body, and soul that allow you to enjoy life, be full of energy, and feel good in your own skin.

That’s why I take a holistic approach to wellness.

I practice, teach, and write about holistic modalities – such as Ayurveda, yoga, etc. – because these practices have assisted me in search for balance and overall health. My journey with holistic medicine has helped me beat Multiple Sclerosis and to live a full and happy life without medication.

The way I see life is there are so many tools that can help improve our life – the key is to find which ones works for you. My hope is to provide you with resources to help direct you in a very simplistic, no bullshit, and enjoyable way to your path of happiness and health.