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About Sarah Kucera

What I live, love and study

I am a doctor, teacher, mover and health sleuth. My long lasting love of movement and health coupled with my formal education in chiropractic, yoga and ayurveda has given me unique perspective on life’s imbalances that we experience in our body or mind.

It’s both interesting and important to me that everyone can likely feel better than they do right now. This is especially true when we resist identifying health based on an age or diagnosis, but our happiness and well-being.

Of course, this takes a little work. To work with me means you’ll be working with someone who is invested in you and your health. Together we’ll find and treat the causes of your current or potential imbalance. 

Photo by Suzanne Corum-Rich
Photo by Suzanne Corum-Rich

Ayurveda: a Natural, Universal and Individualized Medicine

Ayurveda is known as a natural medicine, a practice for healthy living and the sister science to yoga.

Working with concepts that connect us with the occurrences of nature, recognition is given to each person as an individual with their own experiences, imbalances and needs. It works to keep conditions at bay, but also helps to heal once negative health has embedded itself. While the application of this science will differ from person to person, practices can range from modifying routine, choosing nourishing foods based on their digestive effect, using herbal therapies, receiving bodywork and practicing yoga and meditation. Though its origins are from India, its ideals can be applied to anyone in the world at any time.

Photo by Suzanne Corum-Rich
Photo by Suzanne Corum-Rich

Chiropractic: examine, diagnose, treat

Chiropractic is an alternative and complementary health practice founded upon the function of the nervous system and its relation to structure and movement of the spine.

As many forms of medicine have evolved and become more effective and specialized, so has chiropractic care. Each chiropractic physician has their own approach and methods for treating, so your experience may vary from one doctor to the next. Sarah’s combined experiences and education in movement, chiropractic and ayurveda guide her personal approach. With intent to find the cause of imbalances in the body, postural and movement assessments are used largely during the diagnosis process. Taking the cause into account, treatment is then given through chiropractic manipulation, soft tissue therapies and corrective exercise.

Photo by Suzanne Corum-Rich
Photo by Suzanne Corum-Rich

Yoga: a union of Self and Devine

Mindful Movement, Breathing and Intention.

I’m happy to announce that you don’t have to be able to touch your toes or do handstands to have a transformative yoga practice. In fact, right here in the heart of America, there are yoga classes or private sessions that have the potential to change your life. I offer yoga that is accessible to everyone despite their physical condition or trail marker on the yogic path. Mindfully sequenced vinyasa, each class or session is influenced by the teachings I’ve received, ayurveda, my experience as a chiropractor and my own personal practice.

Practice together, practice with heart.

Monday
12-1p Solar Flow at Sage

Wednesday
12-1p Solar Flow at Sage

Friday
12-1p Solar Flow at Sage

Saturday
9-10:30a Solar Flow and 11a-12p Basics Flow at Sage

Sunday
Resting and relaxing with my cat, Bear

 

Photo by Suzanne Corum-Rich