As the world of yoga grows ever-more popular and flooded with teachers of every kind, it is not uncommon to wonder where you belong and how to successfully live out your unique dharma in the field. Without guidance and a supportive community, it can be easy to let self-doubt and lack of clarity take over, possibly causing you to question your abilities, yourself, or your choice to teach yoga.
But just as everything in nature has a unique place in the web of life, instructor Erin Alexander believes that you, too, have an important mission to complete that starts with your willingness to embrace your uniqueness as a yoga teacher.
This inspiring, interactive 2.5 hour workshop is designed to help you uncover your unique gifts as a teacher, move past limiting beliefs and self-doubt, and support you in finding the clarity and confidence that comes from within.
Class will include theory, sitting practices, self-inquiry and time to connect with a supportive community of other teachers as well as your deepest Self.
Investment: $40. (No one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire.)
Erin Alexander (she/her), RYT 500 began her career in 2006 as a high school English teacher. Here she developed a love of teaching and helping students to explore the mysteries of life, tell their stories, listen more deeply, share their perspectives, practice compassion, and develop a sense of purpose and self-worth.
At the same time, she was silently struggling with a debilitating eating disorder and other addictive behaviors when she stumbled upon the practice of yoga therapy. In addition to traditional psychotherapy, Erin experienced profound healing through the yogic path and became determined to marry her love of education, serving others, and her passion for yoga.
In 2015, she left her day job and opened All Souls Yoga, an inclusive yoga community focused on accessible yoga for all. She began studying with Inner Peace Yoga Therapy in 2016 and has been teaching and learning ever since.
Erin aims to create a more authentic and compassionate world through the practices of yoga therapy and is honored to share all that she has received with others who long to live a full, authentic, and embodied life. She is a mother of two girls, a wife, sister, friend, teacher, writer, speaker and a human. She teaches virtually from her home in the mountains of Northern California. Learn more at erinalexander.org.