ABOUT ME

Sarah Court, DPT, E-RYT

I’m Sarah, and I’m a Doctor of Physical Therapy, the creator of Quantum Leap, and a Yoga Tune Up® Teacher Trainer. I teach public workshops, anatomy for yoga teacher trainings, and I train Yoga Tune Up® teachers worldwide. I developed and teach my Quantum Leap continuing education program to make sophisticated movement science easy for movement teachers to understand and put to use in their work. Most of the time, you can find me practicing physical therapy at Postureworks in Santa Monica.

  • Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Mount St. Mary´s University
  • Creator of Quantum Leap Training
  • Yoga Tune Up Senior Teacher Trainer
  • Roll Model Method Practitioner Trainer
  • E-RYT 200

Your teaching is truly inspirational. Thank you for all I learned, you managed to make one of the most inactive people around excited to not only exercise but find balance in an otherwise kaleidoscopic world.

MARK LAPICO
Chef de Cuisine / Jean Georges Restaurant

 

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2 weeks ago

Quantum Leap

I'll keep it brief. Today's the last day that you can save on my Pain Science Online Course, so if you're thinking about it and just haven't pulled the trigger, today's the day, because tomorrow, we begin!
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I designed this webinar to give you the confidence and skills to work with students and clients who have pain by teaching you the latest advancements in pain science.
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You can join me for all 4 sessions live, or if you miss any (or all), you'll be able to access them afterwards and still ask all your questions online.
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Plus - there's a bonus 5th movement video that you get for free!
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Right now this webinar series is at a low introductory rate of $149, but that ends today. Don't miss out.
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Click bit.ly/2mRs9uY to learn more and take advantage of the introductory discount rate!
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2 weeks ago

Quantum Leap

A quick note from a teacher who took my Pain Science course in person:
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"I am a Hatha yoga teacher, certified yoga therapist, and Yoga Tune Up® teacher who teaches group classes, regular private clients, and anatomy trainings. I need to be on top of the latest information, and Sarah is one of my top go to’s. Sarah's Pain Science course is wonderful. It’s a fascinating topic, and I highly recommend it for yoga teachers and fitness professionals. After the course, I had new information about pain that I literally was able to put to use in my next class.
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There many educators out there selling their goods, and Sarah stands above the rest. She has a talent for delivering complex material, tailored to yoga and fitness instructors, in an accessible way without dumbing it down. She is an excellent teacher of important topics, and I always leave with great information, and inspired." ~ Gwen Yeager, E-RYT 500, C-IAYT
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Thank you, Gwen! (*blush*)
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This is the first time - FIRST TIME! - that I'm teaching my 4-part in-depth Pain Science series online. I can't wait to share it with you, starting this Saturday, August 4th at 10.30am PST.
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I designed this webinar to give you the confidence and skills to work with students and clients who have pain by teaching you the latest advancements in pain science.
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You can join me for all 4 sessions live, or if you miss any (or all), you'll be able to access them afterwards and still ask all your questions online.
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Plus - there's a bonus 5th movement video that you get for free!
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Right now this webinar series is at a low introductory rate of $149, but once the course starts on Saturday, the price goes up. Visit bit.ly/2mRs9uY to learn more and lock in the low intro rate!
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2 weeks ago

Quantum Leap

I first moved to Los Angeles from NYC almost (yikes) 10 years ago, already a yoga teacher and ready to take on a new city.
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As I went around to studios and gyms, trying to get someone to hire me, I heard the same thing over and over again: "you know, the market's really saturated with yoga teachers." (One person even suggested I move to Palm Springs instead!)
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If it seemed like market saturation 10 years ago, I can't imagine what we would call it now.
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But here's the thing: any way that you can differentiate yourself and stand out from the crowd is going to grow your workshops, public classes, and even private students.
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More and more people are coming to yoga and movement classes looking for pain relief. Are you ready to help them?
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My 4-part in-depth Pain Science series starts this Saturday, August 4th at 10.30am PST.
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I designed this webinar to give you the confidence and skills to work with students and clients who have pain by teaching you the latest advancements in pain science.
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You can join me for all 4 sessions live, or if you miss any (or all), you'll be able to access them afterwards and still ask all your questions online.
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Plus - there's a bonus 5th movement video that you get for free!
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Right now this webinar series is at a low introductory rate of $149, but once the course starts on Saturday, the price goes up. Visit bit.ly/2mRs9uY to learn more and save $50!
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2 weeks ago

Quantum Leap

We've all had that feeling at some point - our teaching becomes a little stale, we're not feeling super inspired, and we might even be thinking about what's for dinner while taking a room through savasana.

What's going to shake you out of that rut? In a word: learning.

Any time I've learned something new that I can immediately apply, I'm excited to teach again, and students can feel it.

There's a really good chance that some of your students are in pain, and are hoping you have some knowledge that's going to make them feel better.

Do you have it? Or do you feel like you're lacking?

Maybe it's time for a little more learning.

My 4-part in-depth Pain Science series starts this Saturday, August 4th at 10.30am PST.

You can join me for all 4 sessions live, or if you miss any (or all), you'll be able to access them afterwards and still ask all your questions online.

Plus - there's a bonus 5th movement video that you get for free!

Here's what the course covers:

anatomy of the central and peripheral nervous systems
old vs new model of pain
mechanism of acute pain
acute vs chronic pain
chronic pain body-wide systemic changes
interdependence and hierarchy of body systems
pain from non-musculoskeletal sources
red flags – when to refer out
practical ways to work with clients with chronic pain

Right now this webinar series is at a low introductory rate of $149, but once the course starts on Saturday, the price goes up. Visit bit.ly/2mRs9uY to learn more and lock in $50 in savings!
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