Erin Gahan Clark
Ceremonial Space Holder
- Sun, Jan 07SwannanoaJan 07, 2024, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PMSwannanoa, Swannanoa, NC 28778, USAJan 07, 2024, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PMSwannanoa, Swannanoa, NC 28778, USAThis gathering offers an experience of deep feeling, connection to the voice and creativity as well as an opportunity to cultivate a sense of joy, devotion and gratitude. Our circle will draw inspiration from Druid tradition and ritual.
About Erin Gahan Clark
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 meditation, yoga nidra, pranayama, asana, altar making, chanting, and journeying, Erin strives to facilitate a safe space for individuals to move inward.
She has been studying and practicing asana (yoga postures), meditation, pranayama (breath work) and devotional practices (altar making, chanting, singing & ritual) since 2000. She has been teaching others since 2007. Erin pulls from a variety of sources, traditions and inspirations to build a safe container encouraging self-exploration, connection and cultivation of awareness: body, breath, emotional and thinking-mind awareness.
Erin’s spiritual journey led her to work with plant and earth medicines in 2015 and she has since become a ceremonial space holder & plant medicine guide.
She draws from her own experiences with plant and animal allies and uses the tools of deep listening, honest reflection, loving witness, yoga, music, reiki and sound to create a safe and grounded space for individuals to prepare for and integrate from plant and animal medicine experiences.
Erin is now being called to deepen her connection to her Celtic lineage and is currently a Bard initiate in the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids.
She 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 is, above all, a devotee of the Goddess. Her love and devotion comes through her voice when she sings, her food when she cooks, and her heart when she is holding space for others.