Official Biography

Sara Campbell is a Kundalini Yoga teacher, and four times World Record-holding freediver. She is the founder of Discover Your Depths, a unique teaching and personal growth philosophy based on yoga, meditation, freediving and body-mind-spirit awareness. 

Sara is passionate about people; how they think, love and live. Discover Your Depths is about helping people realise they have more to give, more to live, that each of us has untapped potential and unexplored depths. Sara helps everyone she teaches flick that mental switch from ‘I can’t’, to ‘I can and I will!”

Sara has been practicing Kundalini Yoga since 2003, and attributes her phenomenal success in breathhold diving – from beginner to three-times World Record holder in just nine months (diving to 90m below the surface of the ocean on just one breath!) – to her practice. She was the second woman ever to have dived, self-propelled, below 100m on one breath.

Through the mediums of yoga, meditation and breathhold diving Sara teaches people to live boldly. She is passionate about transformation and helping people achieve their dreams and live more fulfilled, peaceful, joyful, successful, loving, happy lives. Through her Discover Your Depths programme, in Dahab, around the world and online, she has brought hundreds of people to discover their own potential through awareness and breath. 

Sara has been the subject of several BBC documentaries and featured in travel, womens’ and sports press internationally.

She is the creator (as well as videographer, producer, director and presenter) of her online training programme Yoga for Freediving, bringing her unique spiritual approach to freediving to a global audience. Sara is currently writing her first book based on Kundalini meditation and her own personal journey from chronically ill London PR girl, to desert-living, deep-freediving, life-embracing international teacher.

She lives in her chosen hometown of Dahab on the Red Sea in Egypt, where she teaches classes, workshops and retreats. She also teaches, retreats and presents internationally.

We are not human beings looking for spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience.
— Yogi Bhajan