Sarah is the reason I am passionate about yoga. A few years ago, I went to her one of her classes with some friends and while I found the practice extremely challenging, I was also instantly addicted. I had hopes of earning my yoga instructor certification before I found out I was pregnant, and visiting with Sarah yesterday rekindled that dream of mine.
Sarah and her family live in a GORGEOUS historical home, built in 1907. I'm not lying when I say my heart fluttered when I walked inside. It's absolutely breathtaking. Something about old homes just takes my breath away!
Sarah put on a music playlist that she often uses in her classes, laid out a beautiful rug in some warm, natural light, and sat down to begin her practice. This was the first time (possibly ever) that I've done almost a whole session without directing my subject. I was just a fly on the wall as I captured her every move. I actually got a bit emotional! It was exquisite and the atmosphere was so charged with creativity and joy.
While we were finishing up we got some more creative shots and I got to really utilize a 1.8 aperture. At the end we chatted for a bit and it was just such a wonderful experience all around.
Thank you again, Sarah, for allowing me this privilege! <3