Vinyasa Yoga with Erin
Online Live Stream Schedule
All class times are GMT+1
18:30 – 19:45 Vinyasa
18:00 – 19:30 Yogasana
10:00 – 11:30 Yogasana
10:00 – 11:30 Yogasana
Classes all suitable for every level of experience.
Videos on Demand
I will also be releasing classes as purchasable videos on demand, including different levels and durations. Please sign up to my mailing list to hear first when they become available.
Booking classes with me (Tuesday & Saturday)
I'm changing from a set price to donations. Suggest £5–10 per household, but only pay what you can afford.
Payment via bank transfer to:
Account number: 61004758
Sort code: 60-83-71
Or using PayPal, here.
Please sign up for classes with me by emailing email@example.com to confirm which class you'd like to book in for. Please sign up for classes as early as you can, at least 20 minutes before they start.
To join a class:
Download the Zoom app on your computer here (choose 'Zoom Client for Meetings') or your phone (in the App Store or Google Play)
10 minutes before class begins you will receive an email with the Zoom link for the class, as well as a Spotify playlist you make want to practise along with
You're good to go!
Ensure your volume is turned on and up
Leave your camera on if you want the chance for me to see you, or turn off if you prefer
You will be muted during class but may unmute when we're done in case you want to say hello!
Back to (yoga) school
Join me for a whistle-stop tour of yoga history and philosophy every Saturday afternoon for 4 weeks. Learn about sutras and kleshas. Know your chakras from your koshas. Dip into karma and dharma. Discover how we went from Patanjali to Lululemon. Each week I will give an introduction to the topic, followed by Q&A and group discussion, as we interpret and challenge yogic perspectives through a modern lens.
4 x 2hr online sessions, 1–3pm Saturday
Plus access to my Saturday morning asana practise, 10–11.30am
Dates: June 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th
£100 for the course.*
Students are encouraged to join all 4 sessions to get the most from the course.
All will be recorded so if you do miss one you can still access the material.
All stated times are UK time.
*If cash is tight right now but you would like to enrol, please email me and we can work something out.
Week 1: Where it all began — an introduction to the history of yoga
We will kick-off by looking at what yoga is as well as an introduction to it’s complex history. We will discuss some of the main yogic philosophical texts, from the Vedas to the Hatha Yoga Pradipika, and which practices and philosophies derive from them.
Week 2: Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras and the 8 limbed path, then and now
This week we will be going deep into one of modern yoga’s most influential and referenced text, the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. We will discuss some of the key sutras and philosophies in each of the 4 chapters, as well as discuss in detail what ashtanga, the eight limbed path, is.
Week 3: Shanti what? Understanding fundamental principles in yoga
Pranayama. Bandhas. Chakras. Koshas. Kleshas. This week we will demystify the terms and ideas that continue to be used, or misused, in the yoga world. We will understand their origins and possible application.
Week 4: Yoga in the modern world — the rise of postural yoga, consumerism and commodification
We will finish by focussing on the evolution of yoga in the last 150 years. Discussing how yoga went from counterculture to pop culture and how consumerism and the rise of postural yoga was a complete game changer. We will look at some key influential teachers and discuss controversies in the yoga world, as well as where women have stood throughout history.
Hopefully returning in 2021
Over the past five years, more than 200 students have completed Yoga Alliance accredited Teacher Training and Mentorships with me. See below for the Trainings and Mentorships I have coming up.
I also offer private Teacher Training and Mentorship.
I've been teaching Yoga since 2004 and Teacher Training for more than five years, having trained with a multitude of amazing teachers, including doing over 300 hours with Richard Freeman. I run the Teacher Training programs at Yogarise, as well as my own 200 and 500 Hour courses, based both in London and abroad.
I'm a workshop leader at Imperial College's annual GPs conference, and lecturer at Imperial Medical School, teaching a module about the Science of Yoga and Mindfulness to GPs in training. I'm a true believer that Yoga is for everyone no matter what the circumstance, teaching in both schools and prison.
I maintain a thread of philosophy and tradition in my teaching and remain forever grateful to those who have influenced my teaching.