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06 Mar, 2024

Female Faces of the Brand: Sarah Malcolm

Allow us to introduce Sarah, yoga teacher and one of our first ever, treasured Brand Representatives. This International Women's Day, we are celebrating all the wonderful women we work with; we are taking this opportunity to introduce you to some of the fabulous female faces behind the brand. This week, we are also launching a special IWD recipe booklet, featuring a collection of delicious recipes from top female chefs and will be donating to Women for Women International. Read on for more information or to get your hands on the recipe booklet.


Hello I’m Sarah Malcolm, a mother, yoga teacher and founder of At Home with Sarah. My job as a yoga teacher has got to be one of the most rewarding jobs in the world; creating the space for people to destress and be the best versions of themselves and I am constantly aspiring to bring that sense of ease into people’s lives.

What inspires you?

My son- his joy for the small things. Nature- always nature! I am constantly inspired by it’s beauty and how it never rushes yet everything happens.

What does your day usually look like?

I’m a full-time mother to a toddler so it’s pretty full on. We’re usually playing/reading books/at the park/ in the woods. And I squeeze in my work into nap times when I can.

What is your daily non-negotiable?

Time in nature- no matter the weather. Every problem is better when you’re outside, listening to the birds and taking deeper breaths.

3 wellness tips/habits you swear by...

  1. Pranayama (breathing) practices- when I neglect them, I really notice a change in my mind.
  2. Yoga- it’s true that it really does make me a better person.
  3. Nurturing my gut microbiome as much as possible.

What is your favourite cuisine?

Without a doubt, Sri Lankan food.

Your favourite DK meal?

I love anything spicy so the Zingy noodles with kimchi mayo and prawns is a real favorite.

Dish or recipe you make most often?

Probably a dahl - it’s so easy and freezes well!

Death row dinner?

Definitely a Sri Lankan feast!

What is your favourite form of movement?


What is your favourite quote or mantra?

Currently (in my motherhood era) it is “I am the healer, and I am healed”. It allows me to act from a place of compassion and feeling rooted in my own body.

GET OUR IWD RECIPE BOOKLET VIA THE POPUP ON OUR WEBSITE. Check out our blog post on IWD & Women for Women International here.

More on Sarah...

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