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Sara Fay George, an experienced acting, movement, and energy work educator, has a diverse background in disciplines like Shakespeare, Ballet, and Energy Anatomy. Trained at the William Esper Acting Studio, she co-founded the box collective and developed the Holistic Method. Sara focuses on embodied learning, personal growth, and helping students unlock their full potential.


Sara Fay George is a highly trained and experienced educator focusing on acting, movement, and energy work. She has pursued various educational and professional opportunities throughout her career, acquiring expertise in a range of disciplines. In her early life, she received a rigorous classical education, including Shakespeare, the Greeks, and Ballet. She studied acting at the William Esper Acting Studio in New York City. After completing her initial training, she returned to the studio to apprentice with Theo Morin in the Williamson Technique and Laban Movement Analysis. In addition to her work in acting and movement, Sara Fay has also pursued extensive training in energy work. She has studied The Unlimited Actor with Nancy Mayans, Lucid Body with Fay Simpson, and the Barbara Brennan School of Energy Healing. Her study of Energy Anatomy includes Reiki and the Vedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine systems. Sara Fay’s diverse educational background has equipped her with a unique and interdisciplinary approach to help her students access their emotions, connect with their bodies, and create powerful and authentic performances.


As a playwright, performer, and director, Sara Fay explores new writing, immersive environments, poetry, the classics, and autobiographical narratives. As Co-Artistic Director of the box collective, she has created and produced work throughout New York, East Hampton, Berlin, Venice, and Milan. She has also directed productions for Climate Change Theater Action and the United Solo Festival. Her play “Last Life: A Shakespeare Play” received critical acclaim at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2019. She is the creator of the Holistic Method, an emotional embodiment technique that offers a practical understanding of the interconnections between the emotional, physical, and energetic bodies.


Wherever you are in your process is the entry point. Learning happens in the body and is a process of profound transformation. I believe in remaining an eternal student. Each day on the floor is an opportunity to grow and challenge ourselves to evolve. I prioritize creating a safe, supportive environment where students can explore and express themselves fully. Every student has unique gifts and talents, and it is my job to help each student find their own voice and path. My classes are highly experiential, focusing on embodied learning and exploration. Students learn best when they can engage with the material actively and are supported in taking risks and pushing themselves beyond their perceived limitations. I strive to create a classroom environment that is safe, collaborative and empowering. I am committed to helping students develop a deep understanding of themselves and their emotional and energetic bodies, unlocking the performer’s full potential, and creating authentic, meaningful, and transformative work.