Freelance Yoga Writer
Content writing for yoga professionals, publications and product developers.
Hello, my name is Sara.
I first started practicing yoga as a young teen and it has been a part of my life for more than 10 years now. I started writing professionally in 2016. I built my skills in a range of different industries. After years of learning, I finally decided to take a big step and specialize for yoga writing only.
I see writing as an extension of my personal yoga practice. I dedicate a lot of my free time to practice and learn more, so I can provide the best service possible to you.
My yoga writing service
I strive to base my writing on yogic principles, and see it as a journey where I constantly evolve and grow.
Satya - Truthfulness
Satya teaches us to be truthful in our thought, speech and action. Let's cultivate this principle in our content! Lies can attract customers, but honesty is what will make them stay with you.
Although we need to be truthful, we also can't be blunt. When presenting information to our readers, we should do it in a kind, skillful and constructive way.
Asteya - Non-Stealing
This principle extends to respecting others' energy and time. In our content, we cultivate this principle by sharing truthful, fact-based and clutter-free information.
Svadhyaya - Self Study
I know yoga is a personal journey. But the Svadhyaya principle encourages us to study yoga texts and scriptures, as well as new findings, to root our content in research and facts.
Aparigraha - Non-Grasping
I don't share rates on this website. Not everyone needs the same things or has the same resources. I strive to be available to anyone, regardless of their budget.
Saucha - Cleanliness
In writing, I relate this principle to readability. Without keeping our content clean and using other SEO practices, our content won't reach people who need it.
From the blog
50+ topic ideas for your yoga blog
There are days when we feel inspired, and there are days when we can’t think of a single topic for our blog. I made those unmotivated days easier for you with this list of blog topic ideas.
Truthfulness In copywriting
One of Yama principles of Patanjali is Satya or truthfulness. As someone who has worked in copywriting for years, I learned how hard it is to stay honest, when you’re trying, well, selling something. So, how exactly to link these two, seemingly oposite things?
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