Erin Gahan Clark
Ceremonial Space Holder,Yoga Guide, Writer/Editor,Songbird
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About Erin Gahan Clark E-RYT 500
Erin Gahan Clark is grateful to be on this planet and engaged in the great work of waking up! Using all the senses through the practices of mindful, alignment-based asana, meditation, yoga nidra, pranayama, altar making, chanting, and sound journey, Erin strives to facilitate a safe space for individuals to move inward. Erin pulls from a variety of sources, practices and inspirations to build a safe container where she can guide intention-based sequences that move slowly and mindfully encouraging self-exploration and cultivation of body, breath, emotional and thinking-mind awareness. Erin will work with you to craft an intention around what you are ready to call into your life or what you are ready to release.
She is a ceremonial space holder who draws from her own experiences with Amazonian plant and animal medicines and uses the tools of deep listening, honest reflection, yoga, music and sound to create a safe and grounded space for individuals to prepare for and integrate from plant and animal medicine experiences.
Erin is also a writer/editor and songbird; singing, writing and playing bhajans (devotional songs from around the world). You may also spot her cooking in the kitchen or getting her hands dirty in the garden!
Erin has been practicing yoga, meditation and breath work since 2000 and working with plant and animal medicine since 2015. She is grateful to have been guiding yoga classes, workshops, teacher trainings and working privately with clients since February 2007. She has been writing since childhood and specializes in spiritual content writing, blogging and copywriting.
She received her 200-hour yoga teacher training certification in the Vinyasa style of yoga from Dhyana Yoga in Philadelphia and went on to complete her 300-hour advance yoga teacher training certification through Jivan Yoga Teacher Training in the Sivananda and Anusara inspired styles of yoga at Baltimore Yoga Village. Her latest training was with the Amrit Institute where she learned the art of guiding yoga nidra practices. Erin has recently turned her energy toward online offerings including email and Zoom courses focused on chanting, singing, altar-making and working with the Divine Feminine through Goddess practice. All levels are welcome. Come as you are!
*Photo by Sarah Day-Boodhoo