Erin brings to her teaching over twenty years of experience teaching the Feldenkrais Method and studying sensorimotor development. Her skill is in deep listening, nonjudgmental acceptance, and open curiosity. She guides people to hear themselves and make better choices in this busy world. Plus, she loves laughing and being a little silly.
Her personal journey includes seeking a wide range of help for her own lifelong chronic pain. After an extensive search, she found that the Feldenkrais Method was the only approach that helped, and it affected her deeply, on many levels.
While living in New York City, Erin founded the Tribeca Feldenkrais Center and taught at Bridge for Dance Studio, Chelsea Piers Sports Center, and the Feldenkrais Learning Center. Later, Erin moved to the UK where she ran the Bodywise Natural Health Center in East London.
Now she lives in Boulder, Colorado, with Eppie, her amazing service dog from Canine Companions for Independence. Inspired by Eppie, several of Erin's clients have also raised service dogs to help disabled children and adults.
Feldenkrais is taught only by Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioners® who have completed 800-1000 hours of training in a four-year program regulated by the Feldenkrais Guild® of North America and the International Feldenkrais Federation in Paris. Feldenkrais practitioners must be re-certified every year. In addition to renewing her certification annually, Erin has completed over 400 hours of additional training in sensorimotor development as well as run advanced trainings and mentor groups for many years.