Erika is an energetic individual who loves learning and growing in the holistic field. She truly enjoys sharing her passion with others and assisting them on their own journeys. She is on our All That Matters staff in the roles of Reflexologist, Reiki Practitioner, Yoga Teacher, and Yoga Advisor.
Erika became a Certified Reflexology Therapist upon completing a 300-Hour Integrative Reflexology Certification with Elysia Bates in 2015. She believes that in the hands of a knowledgeable, caring, and intuitive practitioner, clients are able to soak in the many benefits of reflexology and call upon their body’s own natural capability to heal itself. She promotes a supportive and comforting atmosphere during her sessions, and holds space for her clients to relax and renew. A session with Erika is deeply restorative in nature, and nourishes the whole body while tending to the client’s individual needs.
As a Yoga Teacher, Erika is constantly learning and exploring. She completed her 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training in 2011 in Costa Rica with Marianne Wells and a 500-Hour Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training with Coral Brown and All That Matters Faculty in 2018. Erika’s yoga classes offer mindful exploration, support, and relaxation. She loves welcoming beginners into the practice of yoga.
Erika is forever blossoming and unfolding, and hopes to help others do the same. She is a current student in the Clinical Holistic Mental Health Counseling Masters Program at Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island.
This introductory Vinyasa Flow class moves at a gentle pace to establish strength, flexibility, and balance within a continuous sequence of postures. Vinyasa Flow I is designed for newer and intermediate students looking to hone in on proper alignment while honoring and exploring the connection between movement, breath and mindfulness—the fundamental building blocks of Vinyasa.
This Yoga I/II blended class includes key instruction for beginner yogis, while offering options for experienced yogis to deepen and further their practice. Teachers address various levels while adapting to students' needs.