Erin discovered yoga in 2006 when she enrolled in a yoga class at her university. She initially fell in love with it because of the strength and flexibility and “cool moves” she gained from it. But it wasn’t until graduate school when yoga really became a place of refuge from continual theoretical thinking and poor posture in front of a computer screen. With a foundation in Ashtanga yoga, Erin places great emphasis on breath with movement, and her style is based on the idea of meditation in motion. She teaches an athletic vinyasa flow style that balances strength and flexibility. She believes that through a consistent practice, yoga will take you where you need to be.