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-RYT500 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.

Aimee Frost, 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. 

Sandy Weiss

After many years of practice, Sandy’s yoga teaching journey began in 2008 at the Esther Vexler Yoga School in San Antonio. She has continued her yoga and meditation studies with Beryl Bender Birch, Loren Roche, Todd Norian, Charly Pivert, and Matthew Sanford. Sandy believes the most important aspect of yoga is practicing with awareness to ring your life back to balance.

Clarissa Benzing, B.S., BYT, E-RYT500

U.S. Navy veteran and yoga enthusiast, Clarissa, has been practicing yoga since 2000 and sees it as a lifelong practice. Influenced by Shiva Rea, Rodney Yee, Lakshmi Voelker, and Bikram Choudhury she achieved her yoga teacher certificate Spring of 2012. Her undergraduate degree is in Exercise Science and she feels very fortunate to have completed an internship with Nydia Darby, PT, DPT to learn how to incorporate yoga as a rehabilitative and accessible practice. Always a student, she recently completed training with Beryl Bender Birch in classical yoga philosophy and meditation and is currently studying Suzanne Manafort’s (Mindful Yoga Therapy) program to provide a space for trauma informed practice for veterans. She welcomes you to join her on the mat to get grounded, invigorate, and restore yourself to explore what lies within.


Natalie Holland, BS, ERYT500

Author, Educator, and Owner of House of Healing, Natalie Holland is a cancer survivor dedicated to using mindful movement, nutrition & body burden education, and self-care techniques to help others create sustainable wellness in their lives.  Natalie holds a BS in Nutrition and Dietetics and an MSEd in Science Education.  She is an ERYT500, a wife, a mom, and a lover of laughter.  For more information on Natalie, visit

Eddie Mendoza PT, DPT RYT200

Eddie’s personal yoga journey started innocently enough with a basic intro class and has evolved to a love for power vinyasa yoga.  After years of yoga study, introspection, and growth, he was inspired by his practice to pursue a career in physical therapy.  He earned a Doctorate in Physical Therapy degree in 2011 from the UT Health Science Center in San Antonio.  Since then, he has practiced locally as an orthopedic physical therapist, specializing in manual therapy and neuromuscular reeducation techniques to help patients meet their goals.

Eddie recently completed studies at the Open Hand Institute with Dr. Nydia Darby and attained yoga teacher certification in 2021.  He is humbled by the balance, power, and serenity inherent in even the most basic yoga practice.  As a new teacher, Eddie looks forward to exploring and optimizing the therapeutic potential underlying any fundamental yoga practice.  In his free time, Eddie enjoys playing baseball, mountain biking, hiking, swimming, reading, and having everyday adventures with his two kids.

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