Sarah has dedicated her 15 year career to designing/organizing and building healthy environments which foster increased productivity, efficiency, and joy. Having learned from her experience and passion for helping individuals create the correct internal environment for healing and rehabilitation post-trauma, as well as being a pioneer in the field of health and active design, Sarah brings her expertise into the workplace. Committed to promoting change and increased happiness by helping businesses and organizations create, develop and sustain healthy environments, Sarah helps individuals to better understand and commit to their place as an active participant and creator of their environment, whereby effectively promoting greater productivity, increased connection and team integration to better run your business and reach your goals.
Sarah is an award winning international designer and sought after speaker on issues of inclusive and active design as co-founder of Urban Movement Design (UMD). UMD were pioneers in the newest field of active design for health and was awarded to design health and mobility into the 2010 Winter Olympic Village, as well as the acclaimed International Young Architect Prize in Rome, Italy, has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and Rome and has worked together with New York City Architecture Center and city agencies, including Department of Design & Construction, Department of Health, Department of Parks & Recreation, Department of City Planning, and the Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities, to promote active design throughout the US. Sarah has also run a private movement therapy practice in New York City since 2001 successfully helping countless individuals transform from trauma to tranquility.
Sarah holds a Bachelor of Science from New York University, and received her Architecture training from Pratt Institute. Sarah holds certifications and in Pilates, Gyrotonic Expansion System, Kundalini Yoga, the BodyTalk system and advanced certification in Naam Yoga Therapies, Harmonyum levels I, II & III.