About Yoga Home
Sara Alavi, E-500 RYT, Reiki Master, BS, Yoga School Director, Certified Hypnotherapist, Certified Yoga Therapist, Certified Yoga Teacher, Registered Experienced 500 hour Yoga Teach. doter Wellness Advocate. Member of the International Yoga Therapist Association.
Sara is known to be the “Yoga Mom” because she is so nurturing, welcoming, experienced, caring, compassionate and forever encouraging!
My personal Story to Yoga:
Sara Alavi, Owner, Director of Training, Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher 500 hours (over 3000 hours teaching experience).
Sara Alavi received her Bachelor of Science in Business from Oklahoma City University in 1985 and her 200 hour yoga teacher training certificate in 2001. She has been teaching yoga since and has continued her learnings in the field of yoga therapy, Ayurveda, aromatherapy, energy healing, hypnotherapy, and emotional freedom techniques. Sara is an intuitive healer passionate about helping those suffering from PTSD symptoms, depression and anxiety, pain, fibromyalgia, Parkinson’s, auto-immune diseases such as arthritis, RA, MS, lack of self-worth, confidence and stress.
Sara founded Yoga Home School of Therapeutics in 2009. Yoga Home has the reputation to be a safe space, a haven for those seeking healing through yoga therapy along with her other specialties.
She is certified in the fields of Yoga Therapy, hypnotherapy, Reiki, quantum tapping, I AM Yoga Nidra and Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique (past-life regression healing). She is a wellness advocate with Do-Terra Essential Oil company. Ms. Alavi has been training yoga teachers since 2014. Yoga Home is a licensed school through the Oklahoma Board of Private Vocational Schools and is registered with the International Yoga Alliance Association.
Sara manages her yoga studio, trains yoga teachers, holds workshops, speaks publicly about her specialty fields, teaches yoga classes at her yoga studio, Oklahoma City Veterans Affairs Hospital and Oakwood Springs Behavioral health Hospital.
My message to the world is this: Be still and tap into your divine center. It is only in that stillness that we may feel the divine love and the support of the universe.
Practicing yoga teaches us our human side. Yoga is an exceptional way to remind ourselves that even with our imperfections, we are enough.