Sarah Maria

Sarah Maria
Sarah Maria is a body-image expert, author, speaker and radio personality who shows people how to feel great in and about their bodies and themselves. After receiving her law degree from Stanford University and her master's from Columbia, she founded Break Free Beauty to help people discover self-acceptance and self-love while creating peace, joy, beauty and abundance in every area of their lives. In addition to having her own radio show, Sarah speaks around the world, coaches couples and individuals, and recently finished her latest book, Love Your Body, Love Your Life. She is a Chopra-Center certified meditation instructor, Ayurvedic Lifestyle Practitioner, and yoga instructor. She also holds a degree in theology. Sarah's passion for helping people discover their unique and inherent beauty, goodness and strength came out of her own struggle and healing from a negative body image. Her intention is to help people experience peace and love while recognizing the beauty in themselves and in the world. Visit sarahmaria.com to learn more.

A Meditation Practice to Release Stress & Boost Well-Being

Sarah Maria by Sarah Maria | March 4th, 2009 | No Comments
topic: Health & Wellness, Personal Growth

Meditating

Most people are familiar with brain waves, but not as many people are familiar with heart waves. Researchers have found that our heart emits waves much as our brain does. When we are in a state of stress, anxiety, worry, or depletion, these waves form a jagged and rough pattern. When we are a state of gratitude, these waves form a coherent pattern.

Are You Enough?

Sarah Maria by Sarah Maria | December 4th, 2008 | 3 Comments
topic: Health & Wellness, Personal Growth

How can we feel like enough?

In this culture, it is all too easy to believe that we are not quite good enough. We are not thin enough; we are not young enough; we are not wealthy enough. We don’t have enough stuff, or at least not the right stuff …. We want to achieve some perceived level of perfection, and often feel dissatisfied with ourselves when we have not met our ideal.