Sarah Kostin is a Transformational Coach, Yoga Teacher, Mindfulness Leader, Writer, & Librarian.
As a powerful, intuitive, and heart-felt coach, Sarah helps clients experience amazing shifts in their life and their business.
Sarah is an engaging and inspiring speaker who enjoys sharing and teaching about her favorite topics -- personal growth, conscious communication, compassion, mindfulness, yoga, and finding joy.
A voracious reader, life-long learner, and training junkie, Sarah has well over 1,000 hours of training and study in yoga, coaching, and mindfulness. She is an ACC ICF certified life coach and Yoga Alliance certified yoga teacher. She is currently studying with Michael Neill in the Super Coach Academy 2020 to become a Transformative Coach.
With a Masters's degree in Library Science and a flair for entertainment, Sarah dedicated over a decade of her energy as a Children's Librarian in a public library, storytelling, entertaining, and creating vibrant programming for kids and families in her community.
She loves mountain biking, snowboarding, trail running and any activity that gets her outside in the mountains. When she's not outside, playing her ukulele or doing yoga, she is most likely snuggled up with her husband, cat, and dog, perfectly content, at home.
A deeper look, a note from me...
I truly love my life. I live in my dream town where I snowboard in the winter and mountain bike in the summer, with trails right out my back door. I married my best friend.
I coach powerful leaders to help them to see their own brilliance and move toward creating their own extraordinary.
I have the privilege of teaching yoga at two amazing hot yoga studios that give me the sense of community, belonging, and purpose I had always longed for.
I get to serve and connect with my community on a daily basis in my work at the public library.
I have a daily meditation and yoga practice that keeps my body fit and my mind steady. Every morning, I wake up energetic and excited for each day filled with the confidence that I’m on my true path.
But it wasn’t always this way.