What I Teach

Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga is a practice of asana sequenced in a fixed order and traditionally practiced in the early morning.

How I Teach

By providing support as one experiences both the positive and difficult changes that result from practice.

Practice Tools

A series of documents a videos to help you pratice Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga, written and developed by Sarcha.

Perth Ashtanga Yoga with Sarcha Thurston

“I’m deeply serious in my commitment to yoga. Yet, I try to fulfill that commitment lightheartedly.”

Yoga is both my anchor and my sail, the discipline of daily practice provides a grounding to life’s challenges and triumphs. The spiritual practice helps to illuminate the path ahead and keeps me growing in the right direction. To develop a sincere and consistent practice over time brings yoga’s gifts of a strong and healthy body, the ability to focus the mind, and a place where I can turn inwards towards my true nature.

Sarcha is the principal Ashtanga and Mysore teacher at Yogahub Perth and focuses on helping her students develop breath integration with functional movement and alignment patterns. Off the mat her wish is that this translates to more grace, stability and compassion in her students’ lives.


What my Students are Saying