Yoga for All

Yoga has the potential to transform both ourselves and our lives, and consequently our relationship with those around us.  Erika thrives on helping others find this potential within themselves, tapping into the power of yoga.

Where to find Erika

Why Yoga

I embarked on my teacher training in 2007. It was a 2 year TT and one of the most life-transforming experiences. I was in full time employment and a single mum of 2 teenagers. It was a huge commitment.  I didn’t necessarily see myself becoming a full time teacher, but was certain that I wanted to delve deeper into my practice and understand its philosophy.  And it is ultimately the passion that we feel for the practice that makes us want to share it with students and aspiring teachers alike.
If you feel you just want to deepen your practice and delve into the amazing yoga philosophy and anatomy or if you are sure that teaching is your calling, I would love to hold your hand on this journey.

Notes from a Yogi

Finding Freedom Within

Finding Freedom Within

When I was young, I spent a lot of time dancing; jazz, contemporary, ballet... I would go home and practice, improvising movement after movement. I also spent a fair amount of time horse riding and have a vivid memory of galloping through endless fields at high speed....

Vinyasa Flow Sequencing: A Subtle Art

Vinyasa Flow Sequencing: A Subtle Art

Standout Sequencing Do you sometimes feel like you're lacking that extra little bit that takes a class from basic to brilliant?  It is easy to run dry at times when it comes to being inspired for our sequencing and we may feel that we are becoming...

6 Steps to Setting Successful Resolutions

6 Steps to Setting Successful Resolutions

As a yoga teacher and studio owner, I see a continuous pattern of good intentions being set each January, only to peter out within 6-8 weeks for many. There's usually an initial flurry of activity until the trigger event – a missed class or an unintended...