Here in these pages you will find some details about the yoga classes I offer, and a bit more about me.
Are you new to yoga? On these pages you will learn that I specialize in a class I call “Yoga for Every Body” on Mondays at 9:30-10:30am PT. (I’m happy to share the log-in details with you. Please just drop me an email)
Are you returning to yoga after an injury or an extended break? My classes are focused on safe alignment. I offer modifications for those injured or recovering from surgery, or have too much discomfort in the traditional yoga “shapes”
Are you a seasoned practitioner? I offer a slightly different approach to the more culturally popular methods of yoga. My classes are purposely small, intimate and focused on linking your unique breath cycle to the yoga poses.
There are many ways I believe that I can serve you and our community.
I do hope to connect with you soon.
My thanks, Erin
The in-person Yoga For Every Body class on Mondays at 9:30am has been temporarily suspended duing the COVID-19 mandate. Click below to learn how to join my Zoom classes where we participate in yoga “basics” appropriate for anyone interested in exploring the benefits of a yoga practice. All-level, all ages encouraged and welcome! First-timers welcome!
I lead a “slow flow” yoga class which integrates breath with specific yoga postures. My intention for each class is to encourage safe alignment in the poses and to lead the student through their “yoga” journey. I am passionate about providing personalized attention to each student’s yoga “exploration by offering assists and modifications.
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