Sarah works in collaboration with women, and other artists to co-create sacred ceremonies and ritual. Her work often focuses on creating mytho- poetic and embodied stories of women’s rites of passage. Her work also seeks to deepen peoples relationships with their own bodies and the earth body. She weaves movement, story and drumming into the space, inviting women to create personal and shared rituals and performance.
Sarah has a passion for returning women to the drum. The frame drum is a pan cultural instrument, sacred to ancient women and used in ceremony and ritual. Sarah weaves the drum into many of her sacred rituals today and in the making of frame drums.
Sarah acknowledged her teachers, Jane Hardewick Collings and Jane Elworthy for inspiring her to work with the drum.
Sarah’s passion for movement and dance is lifelong. She encourages all women to find their inner dance, to move with freedom and joy, and to honour the creative story telling inherent in their movements.