Sarah Dennehy, M.Ed, RYT
Registered Yoga Teacher
Working with kids with anxiety, ADHD, and autism, I wanted to find a way to help them become more self-aware and less stressed.
In the process of helping them, I started to become more self-aware and less stressed.
So I created The Mindful Space so we can all become more self-aware and less stressed!
Mindfulness helped me shift my perspective which gave me the confidence to follow my passion.
So now my passion has evolved into my mission. I’ve combined my professional and spiritual practices to work with children of all ability levels, parents, or anyone looking to create a more mindful life. Let’s work together to create a mindful space in your life!
Sarah Dennehy, M.Ed, RYT, is a trauma informed yoga and mindfulness teacher and licensed behavioral specialist located in Eastern Pennsylvania. She has worked as a Behavioral Consultant for the past ten years, and in the field of autism support for seven years before that. She has a Master’s Degree in Special Education from Lehigh University.
In 2014, looking for a way to help her young clients deal with their daily stress and anxiety, Sarah earned her certification to teach children’s yoga and mindfulness and created Mindful Kids Yoga. She received her 200hr adult yoga teacher training and Master level Reiki certifications in 2017. In 2018, Mindful Kids Yoga expanded into The Mindful Space, which offers private and group yoga and mindfulness classes, workshops, and consulting to children and adults of all ability levels.
In 2017, Sarah completed the Mindful Educator Essentials and Mindfulness Fundamentals courses from Mindful Schools and began teaching mindfulness in elementary, middle, and high schools. She also teaches yoga at a Juvenile Justice Center in Northampton County. Sarah is currently Director of Programs for Shanthi Project, a non-profit in the Lehigh Valley that provides trauma-informed mindfulness and yoga to area youth.
In addition to teaching yoga and mindfulness, Sarah is a behavioral consultant who works with children in their homes, schools, and communities. She develops treatment plans based on the child’s behavioral needs and ensures implementation of evidence-based interventions, working directly with families, therapists, teachers, and community members.