Writing   *  Publishing  * Yoga

Sarah teaches group classes and workshops in creative nonfiction, yoga (most often in how to teach yoga + mindfulness to youth, and yoga for writers) and offers private editing.


One-Night Workshop: How to Write, Share and Sell Your Story

Hollywood, CA @ Liberate Hollywood


- Access the stories within yourself that you need to tell 

- Explore in-class writing that encourages you to “get real”

- Learn how to establish a home writing practice - Use a yoga or meditation practice to support your writing

- Basic tips for structuring a story to potentially publish, if that interests you

You'll leave with new writing and tools to continue a true and centered practice. This class is for those looking to explore writing: new and experienced writers welcome!

Date: next session TBD (message for info)

Where: Liberate Hollywood


7-week Course: How to Write, Share and Sell Your Story


In this 7 week course we will study the popular genre of narrative nonfiction in the form of personal essays. Personal essays show up everywhere from the New York Times to Salon to Buzzfeed. Everybody has a story. Learn how to tell yours. You will read beautiful and successful works in the genre and learn how to craft your own. Emphasis on finding your story, how to sustain a writing practice, developing an arc of change and including vivid details in your work. You will receive direct teacher feedback: both on the big-picture and in line edits. We will also discuss how to successfully submit your work, once ready, for publication.

The goal is to create a polished essay-length work of creative nonfiction, hone your skills for publication including understanding pitches and cover letters, and develop a set of tools for an ongoing writing practice. Brand new and experienced writers are welcome

Dates: next session TBD (message for info)

Where: Loyola Marymount University, LA/CA



Sarah works one-on-one with writers, helping them tell their stories from conception to publication. She specializes in creative nonfiction, poetry, how-to's for publication and the connection between contemplative and creative practice. Use the contact form on this site for more information.


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"Sarah Herrington has an amazing mind.  I worked closely with her on a book for Rodale called Wanderlust.  The book was a complicated project involving over 70 contributors.  Not only did Sarah have to collect and edit all of the contributed material (no easy task!), she also had to create a consistent voice for the book as a whole.  I often stared at some of the contributions, paralyzed as to how to make sense of them.  Sarah always managed to make them flow, sometimes with a complete overhaul and often with just a simple turn of phrase.  It never seemed like work for her.  She loves what she does and that's probably why she's so damned good at it." 

-Jeff Krasno, co-founder of Wanderlust, LA

"Sarah's writing guidance was invaluable. Her notes were insightful and always encouraging. I grew as a writer and a person working with her on my story."

-Amy Wolfe, freelance writer NY, NY

"As a teacher who is in constant professional development and classes for certification, I can tell you that practical, well-organized and meaningful teachings go a long way."

-Continuing Education Student, NY, NY

"I'm thinking about the Earth, about the nurturing ecology of poetry and consciousness. I would like to thank Spaceship Sarah for always moving, and now we must all work as hard as we can to keep up!"

-Bob Holman, founder and director of the Bowery Poetry Club and Bowery Books

"We're fortunate to have this intense, imaginative voice rallying against the despair, reminding us that as long as we are breathing, seeing, loving we are fully alive and well."

-Leza Lowitz, author of Yoga Poems and Yoga Heart: Lines on the Six Perfections




How to Teach Yoga in Schools: A One-Day Workshop

Held at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles

Learn both theory and application in this hands-on workshop offered as a one-day event within the Yoga, Mindfulness and Social Change curriculum at LMU in Los Angeles. Participants will learn about the differences between school and studio kids yoga, how to create a lesson plan and working curriculum, will learn and try tools of breath work, poses, meditations and group activities for kids grades K-5. Of special importance: ethics and teaching kids yoga, how to combine classroom management with yoga, and how to tweak lessons toward developmental stages.

Where: Loyola Marymount University, 1 LMU Drive, University Hall LA, CA

When: April 28, 2019



OM Schooled: How to Teach Youth Yoga, a teacher training

Held at Yoga Vida NOHO in NYC, NY

OM Schooled is a kids/youth yoga teacher training founded in 2010 by Sarah Herrington on the belief that it is an honor to teach children yoga. The program offers rigorous but joyful trainings that will enrich any yogi’s life! OM Schooled teaches structure - classroom management, daily lesson plans and curriculum creation - along with the freedom, fun and energy that comes with kids yoga. Together we create the space and opportunity to practice teach in order to give participants a comprehensive and innovative teaching toolbox. There are no prerequisites other than the desire to teach the next generation and a love for yoga. Participants will leave with a handful of co-created lesson plans the confidence to use them. Graduates have gone on to start their own non-profits, bringing yoga into schools, have taught in studios, children's hospitals, camps, and in the classroom, and have taught hundreds of members of the next generation the tools of yoga!

OM Schooled was born out of Sarah's years of full-time yoga teaching and curriculum development in NYC public schools.

Dates: July 12-14, 2019

Times: Friday 6:30pm-9:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: 9:30am-6:00pm 

Where: YogaVida NOHO: 666 Broadway at Bond St.