Method Wellness and Physical Therapy

Method Wellness and Physical Therapy is a place to gather and cultivate strength, flexibility, and wellness through the therapeutic guidance and expertise of Sarah Eads. Method strives to create an open environment for the individual that is considering beginning or fine tuning their yoga or wellness practice.

If you are interested in learning about Physical Therapy Service offered at Method, click here.

Sarah Eads, PT, DPT, CSCS, E-RYT is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, certified yoga teacher and strength and conditioning specialist who has been promoting yoga, fitness, and wellness in the San Antonio Community since 2008. Sarah began teaching yoga under the therapeutic guidance of Nydia Darby, PT,DPT in 2008, and received her certification through the Hard and the Soft Yoga Institute under Beryl Bender Birch in 2010.

Sarah also received her Masters degree from Sam Houston State in Kinesiology and attended Nicholls State University as a scholarship softball athlete. Her many experiences allow her to create a tailored experience for all levels.

Special Thanks

The practice of Yoga has been handed down from teacher to student for thousands of years. Sarah would like to thank the teachers who have walked the path ahead of her and have taken the time to instill teachings that make this practice accessible to all who are willing to begin simply by paying attention to the breath. Sarah first became fascinated by yoga as taught by her teacher Nydia Darby who seamlessly and compassionately blends the practice of yoga with the expertise in human movement held by physical therapists. This influence and compassionate approach is woven into the type of classes taught here at the studio.

Marti Ewing, Certified Yoga Therapist, ERYT- 500 hours teaching experience

Certified in Recuperative Hatha Yoga since 2009

Recuperative yoga recognizes that not every pose is for everybody and puts the spotlight on muscle functions and body mechanics. Simple exercises and yoga postures restore balance, strength and flexibility. This very specialized practice is good for those recuperating from an injury or illness or those managing a chronic problem. It also benefits athletes recuperating between games.

Marti initially sought out this practice to help her sister who is disabled. She soon realized classes for those with special needs were very limited.  After studying yoga under Julie Byrd, she found that she was able to adapt the practice to meet her sister’s limitation and found that her sister slept better, was less depressed, and had better range of motion. This is when Marti became passionate about teaching people this practice to create more balance in mind and body to those that would not normally have access to this kind of modality.  Her teaching incorporates strength building and stress reduction techniques, along with restorative practices and a good dose of playfulness.

When Marti is not teaching group fitness she can be found coaching others in healthy lifestyle choices in her private practice and a variety of other clinical settings. She believes everyone can benefit from a customized practice that recognizes the needs of each body. Marti enjoys guiding others toward a lifelong practice of optimum body strength, injury prevention and stress reduction

Other accomplishments:

  • Developed the yoga program for Integrative Medicine Department at St. Luke’s Hospital in the Houston Medical center.
  • Developed a yoga program for The Rehabilitation Hospital at St. Luke’s of Houston
  • Worked with Baylor College of Medicine to create a class for post-op breast cancer patients and has special training in Pink Ribbon Yoga
  • Developed a yoga program at Kinkaid where she worked with elementary – middle school students.
  • Developed a meditation component for initial nurse training at St. Luke’s Hospital
  • Presenter at The Texas MD Anderson Yoga Conference for Health
  • Workshops and Retreats on health yoga, nutrition, music therapy, art, dance and health coaching.

Education, Training and Certifications:

Pink Ribbon Yoga
Certified Yoga Therapists
MD Anderson Yoga and Oncology
Health Living and Nutrition from Cornell
Vinyasa Krama Yoga
Bachelors in International Studies, Texas State

Aimee Frost, Certified Yoga Therapist, RYT- 200 hours 

A deeply rooted desire to hold a quiet and introspective space for herself and others was the beginning of Aimee’s path into the world of Yoga. The first time she attended a yoga class and experienced a healing moment not searched for…. she knew she had found her place. Aimee holds a compassion-centered presence, colored with encouragement and a crazy sort of love for all fellow humans! Her classes come with a relaxed yet playful vibe.

Aimee received her 200hr RYT training from Unbound Collective in San Antonio, TX  and feels incredibly grateful to have begun a mentorship studying under Dr. Sarah Eads to deepen and expand her knowledge. She also works with Mindful Movement, a children’s program teaching Mindfulness to Elementary school students in our local area and has a passion for introducing children to this practice.

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