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The Wellspring Fellowship

The Wellspring Fellowship

A wellspring is an original and bountiful source. At The Well, we seek to collaborate with, feature and learn from original voices in mindfulness, music, movement and creativity via The Wellspring Fellowship. 

The Wellspring Fellowship is a four month virtual residency designed to lift up and share the work of our fellows, and to broaden our understanding of how to best serve personal growth, relational empathy and collective, public reconciliation and healing.

Fellows receive a stipend and an opportunity for their programs or process to be featured in The Well’s portal. Additionally, Wellspring Fellows will attend several Well Events (both internal strategy sessions and external public programs) throughout the four-month period.

Each fellowship comes with an intentional agreement to best match our individual fellow’s goals and to determine the most meaningful collaboration.

Summer 2021 Fellow: Sarah Yeung

Sarah is the owner of SKY Sound Yoga, where she provides yoga, sound healing, and holistic wellbeing offerings to individuals and organizations in New Jersey and globally. She is a certified yoga instructor (RYT-500) and has trained in various mindfulness, somatic embodiment, meditation energy, and sound healing modalities in Asia and the U.S. and began teaching in 2015.

She is passionate about cultivating wellness and resiliency, holding space for self-discovery, and building supportive communities. She has advanced training and experience in mental health, addictions, eating disorders, and trauma.  

Through her own journey in recovery for over 14 years and as a trauma survivor, she is committed to studying and sharing trauma-conscious offerings to support individuals' unique journeys and help build capacities to manage stress, trauma, and everyday life. 

Sarah is an advocate and mentor for mental illness awareness. She has often shared her own personal experience to bring hope and fight the stigma of mental illness, especially amongst Asian American Pacific Islander and immigrant/refugee communities. Her work has been profiled in national publications, social media outlets, and NPR affiliates. And, in 2012, she was a speaker at a Congressional Briefing for the Federal Response to Eliminating Eating Disorders (FREED) Act.  

Sarah holds a bachelor’s degree in Human Development and a master’s degree in Human Resources from Cornell University. With 15 years of experience in global human resources, specializing in total rewards/compensation, she particularly enjoys helping organizations promote equity, inclusion, and wellbeing. In December 2019, Sarah took a sabbatical from the corporate world to explore, restore and evolve. 

Sarah has been involved with The Well for 13 years. Initially as a participant of the True Body Project programs, then as a True Body Leader and The Well collaborator. She is excited to partner with The Well as the Wellspring Fellow this summer.