The Brand – Yet to Reveal
Yet to Reveal (YtR) is about helping people create a happy & healthy life by teaching them how to incorporate healthy eating & living into their busy lives.
Tapping into the power of yoga, plant-based foods, sustainable holistic lifestyle changes & healthy diet habits
– all geared to work with and for YOU, YOUR LIFE & YOUR body.
The 3 pillars of Yet to Reveal
# Eating right for your body type.
We are all individual – everyone is different and therefore needs different things. If it doesn’t feel good to you, it’s probably not good for you. What might work for your friend/partner/parents, … might not work for you. And what might have worked for you in the past might not work for you in the future. We are living and evolving beings and our needs can change.
Yet to Reveal believes in the power of plant-based foods. A well balanced diet with as little processed and a variation of as many colorful foods as possible.
“Nature is so smart, it put the medicine inside the food.”
Yoga as an holistic approach to challenge yourself, build muscles, gain flexibility, relax, come back to the present moment, get to know your own body with all its limitations and freedom and to be physically active.
Yet to Reveal is designed to pick you up wherever you are on your yoga journey – whether you’re just getting started, working on mastering advanced postures or wanting to be more flexible…
If you’re looking for more than the free resources available on the Instagram account of our founder @sarahgluschke, Yet to Reveal offers:
- online yoga classes
- online courses
See the “yoga” or “shop” section for more details.
# loop of life: Life areas affecting health & happiness.
This is a very holistic approach. The food we eat and the way we move our body are very important, but there is another component playing a major role in our health and well-being.
This last component can be viewed as a loop – the loop of life – made up of 4 areas.
Those areas are often more important than the acutal food we consume – we can eat as healthy as possible, but if those areas are out of balance, we will continue to feel unhappy, unhealthy and unsatisfied.
The 4 soul food areas are:
- relationships / social life
- life path & goals
- physical acticity
Yet to Reveal is about revealing health and happiness on one’s individual journey through life by creating balance from within:
Nourishing your body with the right foods to stay (or go back to) happy, healthy and well balanced
Adapting lasting and healthy lifestyle habits
Honoring your bio-individuality – eating right for your body type
Getting your body moving with yoga – connecting your body and mind
Healing your body from the inside out by eating a well balanced plant based diet that fits your body type and nourishes your body
What does YtR mean?
Yet to Reveal stands for anything that has yet to be revealed, discovered and explored in our lives.
It includes sections such as Yoga, Nutrition, Health, Wellness, our physical & mental wellbeing and so on … There is always more to learn in our lives and about ourselves.
Yet to Reveal is focusing exactly on that. Together we will reveal areas related to your health & happiness.
Yet to Reveal was founded by Sarah, a Yoga Teacher and Holistic Health Coach.
Welcome to this page!
My name is Sarah and I am the creator of this online place called Yet to Reveal.
If I had to describe myself in only a few words, I would choose to do so:
I am a 500 hour certified yoga teacher.
I am a certified holistic health coach.
I develop vegan & gf recipes and am the author of recipe e-books.
When I am not cooking or doing yoga, I travel around the world as a flight attendant.
— integrating my passions of yoga, nutrition & travel into my life —
My more in depth personal story would go something along these lines:
Early on I realized that I wanted more than a regular job, where each morning I had to wake up early to do a job all day long that I wouldn’t enjoy doing. Just to come home with no energy left to actually do the things I enjoy. It became very clear to me that I did not want to be part of this cycle.
I always had many ideas, interests and goals.
I wanted to travel the world, make an impact, do something meaningful, and feel happy & excited about the job I am doing – have you heard of the saying “find something that gets you so excited you want to jump out of bed every morning”? That’s exactly what I was looking for.
But as I grew up, life turned out to be stressful; time was flying, I needed to make decisions, save money, pay my bills, create my future and had to decide what I wanted to do with my life for real.
As slowly everyone around me seemed to figure out life, I continued to feel overwhelmed and confused with what I wanted… And how should I ever achieve anything if I didn’t even know the direction I was heading towards?
None of the jobs out there seemed to be for me…
And so I decided to walk my own path – step by step.
I choose the direction, the pace and the next step!
With time I figured out a way to master myself through life, learning and spending more time in the areas that fascinate and interest me, and avoiding the ones that suck my energy.
- I began my journey with a year abroad. I wanted to see the world, meet new people, learn a new language and experience another lifestyle.
- I then went to India to participate in a yoga teacher training and became a 200 hour certified yoga teacher.
- I realized that health was a huge passion of mine, and so I enrolled in an university program to become a certified health coach.
- During my first trip to India I got introduced to Ayurveda, one of the oldest holistic healing systems. After I finished my studies to become a holistic health coach, I went back to India to study more about Ayurveda in an Indian Ayurveda Ashram.
- But the part within me that wanted to travel the world wanted more. To satisfy my passion for traveling I became a flight attendant. For a couple of years now, I’ve been flying around the world, meeting amazing people and visiting stunning places, all while getting paid for it. This still blows my mind.
- Three years after my first yoga teacher training, I went back to India for the advanced yoga teacher training and I successfully graduated as a 500 hour yoga teacher.
You only live this life once, right?
It is up to us – completely up to us – how we live that life. We can either chase and actually live our dreams, or keep dreaming about them.
It is never too late to become that person you want to be!
Follow your passions, interests, ideas, intuition and never stop exploring and learning
Never forget how amazing you are!