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One woman’s journey from the corporate world to the yoga mat.

Selected by Shape Magazine as one of 12 books to take to the beach. “Sara’s irreverent and hilarious memoir details her journey of self-discovery as she moves from corporate to corpse pose.”
Shape Magazine

“This memoir reads like the best of chick lit, but with far deeper self-reflection….A must-read for yogis (or would-be yogis) who enjoy a little snarkiness with their savasana.”

“The Devil Wears Prada meets Eat, Pray, Love in this engaging, inspiring tale of self-discovery. DiVello blends keen cultural observation with a terrifically wry wit as she balances her soul-killing corporate career with the world of New Age poseurs…A great read for anyone who has ever sat in a cubicle, dreaming of escape.”
, New York Times best-selling
author of The Sharper Your Knife, the Less You Cry

“When Sara DiVello tries to fold a yoga practice into her miserable, mirthless corporate career, she realizes even the so-called enlightened aren’t immune to back-stabbing bitchery. Raw, real and at times deeply, darkly funny, Where in the OM Am I? shows you a side of yoga you may not have known existed. If you think your job sucks, this book will be more welcome than an extra-long corpse pose at the end of a grueling class.”
, Author of If It Was Easy
          They’d Call the Whole Damn Thing a Honeymoon



The latest news, updates, and journal entries from Sara.

  • 25Aug

    Short on Time? 5 Poses You Can Do In 5 Minutes

    *I wrote this piece for MindBodyGreen–for when you’re short on time but still need a quick, effective, ...

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  • 16Aug

    Birthday Musings

    This year, I spent my birthday speaking and teaching yoga at Cape Cod’s Love Yoga Fest. Back in my corporate ...

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  • 15Jul

    World Yoga Day in Boston

    I was thrilled to lead a Wold Yoga Day event in Boston again this year. This very special event debuted last year ...

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  • 28Jun

    Join Me at the Nantucket Yoga Festival July 8-10

    I’m thrilled to be heading b-ACK to the beautiful, morning-fog, afternoon-sun, cobblestone streets of ...

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