Erin truly believes yoga is a profound and empowering practice of making oneself whole. She always has had an appetite for Eastern thought, human relationships, and a deep love of nature which can all be reflected in her teachings. She has been teaching yoga in London and internationally for more than 17 years and training teachers for the last seven.
She first started on the path of yoga with Ashtanga Vinyasa but over the years has studied and learnt from many different teachers, traditions and philosophies, including Hatha, Kripalu, Jivamukti, Iyengar, trauma informed yoga, yoga for the incarcerated, and yoga for people living with disabilities.
Over the last 17 years Erin has had the privilege to teach many people in different settings, including in primary and sen schools whilst working as a primary school teacher, lecturing at Imperial College on the Science of Yoga and Mindfulness, teaching female refugees in London and, for the last three years, in prison at HMP Wandsworth.
Erin’s main teaching style is Vinyasa Krama and Hatha yoga combined with a strong focus on philosophy and inclusivity. She encourages choice, exploration and curiosity on the mat. Her classes may touch upon current events, the nature around us, Buddhist principles, and karma yoga. When not on the mat, she can be found surfing, exploring nature or lying in a hammock.