intertidal movement

“The body is the shore on the ocean of being.” –Sufi (anonymous)


photo: Sarah stands on a beach gazing aside of camera, smiling, eyes half closed, smile wrinkles visible at the edges of their eyes. brown hair and light pink-hued skin, wearing a grey hoodie and light blue scarf. in the background, ocean water pools around a sandy beach and rocks.

cooking & movement coach

COOKING ~ My sessions center on whole, local ingredients (herbs, vinegars, colorful produce, multiple protein sources, fermented foods, grain variety) framed by land, history, and food worker equity.

I studied at the Park City Culinary Institute (Culinary Arts & Mixology) with Greg Neville, Rebecca Millican, Adam Kreisel, Houman Gohary, Viet Pham, Ethan Lappe, Frody Volgger, and Alexi Johnson; and various cuisines and techniques at the Salt Lake Culinary Center, Culinary Institute of America, Institute of Culinary Education, International Culinary Center, and with herbalist K. P. Khalsa. Cooking 26 years, teacher 10 years.

MINDFUL EMBODIED MOVEMENT & BREATH ~ My sessions emphasize choice and individuality. I collaborate with folks in our spaces to explore easeful practices.

I studied with Morgan Vanderpool (Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga), Dianne Bondy & Amber Karnes (Yoga for All), Amanda Hanna & Kirsten Wilkinson (SomaPsych & Legacy Motion), and Kelley Nicole Palmer (Accessible Yoga). Certified Trauma-Informed Movement Facilitator (SomaPsych & Legacy Motion), 200RYT (Yoga Alliance), and first Yoga for All graduate from Utah. Practicing 11 years, facilitator 3 years.

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resources & cost

All queries can be directed to sarah(at)sarahdelong(dot)com.

To provide sessions and classes more equitably, I offer sliding scale, no-cost, and donation-based options for all sessions. I share a portion of session proceeds with community organizations.


Whether in community centers, schools, or private spaces, I share with a lens of body acceptance, options, and choice-making. I always hope classes will deepen participant mind-body connection, but sessions are not to be considered medical advice or a replacement for nutritional or medical counsel, psychotherapy, or physical therapy. I encourage attendees to commit to curiosity surrounding their own personal journey, respect others’ boundaries and journeys, and seek help and other resources when they encounter questions or difficulties beyond my scope of training.

I honor that I walk and work on the traditional and ancestral homelands of the Shoshone, Goshute, and Ute tribes.

Intertidal Movement, LLC 2022