Personal training coach


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Sarah is the backbone of the Egan clan, and the true superstar of MVMNT:GYM. Sarah utilizes her many talents to navigate the demands of 3 beautiful high octane kids, and a wonderful husband....well... the demands of 4 high octane kids. Sarah is clothed in strength and dignity, serving others with every gift she has, and every inch of her heart. Her kind listening ear, attentive spirit, and gentle, but powerful wisdom, allows Sarah to serve each student, and lead each class, with precision and fun. 

Sarah is an astonishingly talented athlete and coach. Sarah has been a competitive athlete most of her life. Sarah traveled the world as a competitive vaulter with the US National Vaulting Team. Performing gymnsatics perched atop a giant galloping horse, like the ones in the budweiser commercial. So it goes without saying that her movement skills and body control are world class. 


Sarah is a long time Sandpoint & Idaho native graduating Sandoint High School in 1994 and earning her BS and teaching degree at the University of Idaho.


Sarah has spent 15 years leading others into greater health and wellness. She earned her personal training liscenture with ISSA in Santa Barbara. Sarah then earned the coveted Stott Pilates Certification at the John Garey pilates studio in Long Beach. Her desire for knowledge and passion for the power of pilates led her to obtain specialized certifications in Mat, Reformer & Cadillac, Special Populations, and Athletic Conditioning. Sarah is also certified with FMS (Functional Movement Systems). Sarah has worked with high end corporate executives, adaptive athletes, and everyone in between. Her focused training sessions and supercharged classes make training with Sarah the best part of your day. She teaches a wide array of human animation classes from aerial silks, kettlebell, hip hop cardio dance, strength and conditioning, and has been known to teach a butt & gut every now and again. 

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