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Erin Ruell

Erin’s yoga journey began with her first class in 2008. She was intrigued by the way her body felt, her emotional joy, and the connection with others. She began regularly practicing Bikram, then Power Yoga, and then explored Heated Vinyasa, Acro, Ariel, and finally Restorative Yoga- all of which supported experiences and challenges faced during different stages of her life. Yoga provided Erin the opportunity to reconnect with herself, restore balance, and quiet her mind, uninterrupted by life's demands. She completed her Teacher Training through Barre & Soul in Boston and is registered with the Yoga Alliance at the RYT200 level.

Erin’s classes are a blend of Vinyasa and Iyengar styles that reflect her diverse training and her own practice. She creates an atmosphere that allows students to practice safely and discover their own strengths, desires, and aspirations. Her fun and invigorating classes often incorporate themes of inspiration, self-love, and life lessons; through these themes she encourages students to transfer the breath, patience, and confidence gained on their mats into everyday life.

Erin is an empathetic woman, mother, licensed mental health clinician, and partner who works hard, loves deeply, and finds good and strength in everyone and any situation



Erin Ruell instructs the following:
  • Immersion Flow

  • This is one of our Flow classes.
     
    In this Vinyasa-style class, students explore their personal and physical edge—as well as self-awareness and intention—by cultivating core stability through complex poses (such as inversions and balancing postures) in sequences that invite precision and mindfulness. Yogis stretch and strengthen muscles while energizing the body and stimulating the mind.

  • Heated Immersion Express
  •  This is one of our Flow classes.
    A 45 minute version of our regular Immersion Flow for those days when you don't have a lot of time, but still want to move!

    This is one of our Flow classes.

    In this Vinyasa-style class, students explore their personal and physical edge—as well as self-awareness and intention—by cultivating core stability through complex poses (such as inversions and balancing postures) in sequences that invite precision and mindfulness. Yogis stretch and strengthen muscles while energizing the body and stimulating the mind.