Sara Gustafson

Sara Gustafson

Sara Gustafson is an avid writer and meditator who is working on deepening her yoga practice. Born and raised in Massachusetts, she lived overseas and all over the United States before settling in Southern California with her husband and their rotating cast of rescue dogs. She is passionate about fitness, mindfulness, and food and about helping people embrace their stories and tell them well. IG: @light_love_words

Latest posts by Sara Gustafson

July 30 | The Practice |

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Best Yoga Classes for Beginners at Yoga Six

If you’re new to yoga practice, all of the different types of yoga classes out there can seem pretty overwhelming. Vinyasa, hatha, ashtanga, hot yoga . . . How do you know which one is right for you? The best way to decide is really to try them all. And luckily Yoga Six has new yogis completely covered, with a wide range of classes that are perfect for beginners. Here are some of the best yoga classes for beginners at Yoga Six…

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July 16 | The Practice

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The Benefits of a Morning Yoga Practice

Practicing yoga first thing in the morning can be great for your mental and physical health.If you’re on the fence about starting a morning yoga practice, here are 5 benefits…

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June 4 | The Practice |

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Pushing My Yoga Boundaries: Boot Camp, Y6 Sculpt and Power Yoga

A couple of weeks ago, the Yoga Six community wrapped up their Summer Strong Challenge – 7 Power Yoga, Y6 Sculpt, or Bootcamp classes in 12 days. As a new Yoga Six client, I was so excited to join this challenge and step out of my gentle yoga comfort zone….

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May 14 | The Practice |

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Starting a New Yoga Practice: Sara's Story

Confession: I am an on-again, off-again yogi. I grew up watching my mom practice yoga, and I know all of the benefits of a committed yoga practice – increased flexibility and muscle tone, reduced blood pressure and anxiety, better sleep, more mindfulness. But I’ve just never been able to hit the mat consistently for more than a few months at a time. I think part of what I’ve been missing is a studio and a community that really seemed like home. I felt that change the day my friend Carolyn brought me along to a class at Yoga Six…

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