Amid the tumultuous times we're experiencing, my goal is to continue to make yoga, breathwork, and meditation available to as many members of our community as is possible so that we may collectively manage the stress, anxiety and worry each of us is experiencing in a healthy and safe manner.
To register for upcoming classes, please use the links below in the
"Upcoming Classes & Events" section of the site.
To receive newsletters with updates about class offerings and private sessions, please be sure to register your contact information below in the
"Let's Stay in Touch" section of the site.
UPCOMING LIVE CLASSES & EVENTS
CLASSES ON DEMAND
Yoga Union Membership
While gathering in physical space may not be an option for everyone right now, we celebrate the opportunity to continue serving our community by doing what we know and love - sharing the medicine of yoga/movement, breath, and togetherness.
Our online subscription allows you to access both live-streamed classes as well as a growing library of on-demand classes for just $25 per month.
No commitment required.
1. Click on the link below - "Online Membership"
2. Click “Proceed to Checkout”
3. Enter your name, email address, password, and credit/debit card info.
4. Click “Sign up Now”
LET'S STAY IN TOUCH
Sign up to receive regular newsletters regarding weekly classes, events, workshops, private sessions, and retreats.
SCHEDULING A PRIVATE OR
SMALL GROUP SESSION?
Please complete the below form. I will be in touch within 24 hours to schedule a time to meet with you.
Erin has been teaching yoga for over 11 years across the state of Utah. She loves yoga for what it allows her to do off her mat: to fully live life! She is an outdoor enthusiast and loves traveling in her camper van, mountain biking, hiking, paddleboarding, skiing and anything else that gets her outside with her husband, daughter and two puppies. She has studied and taught Anusara Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Power Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Yin Yoga, Meditation, Pranayama and most recently, Primal Vinyasa. Her classes are a reflection of what she enjoys most about yoga: exploring our own experiences through breathe, movement and curiosity.