INSPIRE · PRACTICE · GROW

Erin’s yoga journey began over fifteen years ago.  Captivated by the focus, strength and sense of balance it provided, she now wants to share her passion and tutelage with the community.   A lifelong student of physical motion, she began teaching yoga to family and friends who participate in high intensity workouts.  Not only is she formally trained and practiced in the discipline of yoga, she can also easily relate to the array of physical rigors we all undergo each day.  Erin uses that understanding and expertise to enable fellow participants to achieve their goals, master their technique, and find greater meaning in themselves.

She completed her 200 hour Yoga Medicine Teacher Training under the instruction of Tiffany Cruikshank, founder of Yoga Medicine.  During this time, she received an anatomically based training and understanding of the body from eastern and western perspective.  Following a path of holistic health, Erin became a Reiki practitioner in 2013 and a Reiki Master Teacher in 2018, studying under the direction of Master Shannon Foley founder of Healing Within and David Trauterman.  Erin is currently working towards her 500 hour training with Yoga Medicine and has completed training in Chinese Medicine and Shoulder Anatomy, Dysfunction and Application.  Erin has also completed a training with Amy Winetraub, LifeForce Yoga, Yoga for Depression and Anxiety.

 

 

200hr Yoga alliance certified teacher

"It is an honor
to be able to
teach Yoga and
serve my
community"


 

Erin has a love for teaching and realized her passion at age 16, as a swim instructor for children of all ages.  She furthered her commitment to education and instruction when earning her Bachelor’s in Education and Art from Saint Michael’s College in Colchester, Vermont, and her Master’s Degree in Education from Lesley University in Boston, Massachusetts.  Erin’s teaching and mentoring skills expand beyond yoga.  As a professional, she has taught and provided therapy to children, most of whom were in particularly distressed circumstances. 

Through teaching, Erin is able to share the ancient art of Yoga with people of all ages and abilities.  "It is an honor to be able to teach Yoga and serve my community."