Sara Davidson Flanders

Sara began her study of yoga and meditation in 1992 and started teaching yoga in 1997. Her extensive asana training includes alignment-based flow, vinyasa, therapeutics, prenatal and more. In 2007 she became a certified Anusara yoga teacher.
She teaches group classes, private session, workshops, and anatomy and teacher trainings. She has lived residentially at two different meditation centers, and is presently studying and practicing meditation from the non-dual Tantric yoga lineage. Sara teaches a method of artful movement informed by intelligent and graceful sequencing, biomechanics, alignment, and a strong foundation of philosophy and meditation. For the student who wants to feel connected to their innately wise and joyful spirit while also feeling safe, strong, and free in their body, Sara’s class will feel like home.

Sara Davidson Flanders instructs the following:
  • Immersion Flow

  • This is one of our Flow classes.
    In this Vinyasa-style class, students explore their personal and physical edge—as well as self-awareness and intention—by cultivating core stability through complex poses (such as inversions and balancing postures) in sequences that invite precision and mindfulness. Yogis stretch and strengthen muscles while energizing the body and stimulating the mind.

  • Yoga II/III
  • This is one of our Foundations classes.

    This dynamic and challenging class serves those who strive to deepen their yoga practice. Yoga II/III is a creative exploration of yoga postures that balance physical challenge with mindfulness. Yoga experience is encouraged as this classes focuses on refinement and precision.


  • Depth and Discovery, Yoga Asana Development

  • Join All That Matters senior teachers Sara Davidson Flanders and Juliet Loranger for a two hour practice of depth and discovery to reveal and expand your relationship to yoga and yourself. Sara and Juliet combine their 30 years of teaching, their exuberant love of process, and their well-defined instruction to create an experience that will bring each practitioner to a place of strength with a curious heart. These classes are designed to include conversation, mythology and philosophical ideas, postural alignment, breath work, chanting, and meditation.

    This two hour practice is a time and a place for growth, and will include:

    • Centering-Discussion
    • Pranayama-Chanting-Warm-ups
    • Movement (vinyasa, sun salutations)
    • Inversions-Standing Poses-Balance Poses
    • Bigger expressions of poses already done-Invite new shapes (such as backbends, hand balancing)
    • Closing postures (seated, forward folds, inversions)
    • Centering-Discussion
    • Meditation | Rest

    There will be basic props available. If you have your own blocks, strap or blanket, feel free to bring them for use during your practice.

    Some yoga experience is required.

    Sat, 2:00-4:00pm, Nov 4 • Dec 9


    This workshop is at our Providence location.