Teacher Trainings & Mentoring

200 hour and 300 hour teacher trainings

Teacher trainings offers the opportunity for yoga practitioners to delve deeper into their own practices while also exploring the path of teaching. Deeper study is a great gift to give oneself.

300 hour

Teacher Training

Who: YogaWorks & Erika
Where: Online Via ZOOM
When:  Sept 26, 2020 – Feb 21, 2021

This is an advanced course for those who have completed a 200-Hour Teacher Training approved by the US Yoga Alliance. This 300 hour teacher training program will give you the opportunity to express your creativity and unlock your potential. It is oriented primarily around a strong mentor-apprentice relationship. In this training, students will refine their teaching skills, identify their area of expertise and set the foundation to master yoga as a life path.
Includes weekend workshop series designed to advance your teaching skills and deepen your yoga practice.

5  – month


Who: YogaWorks & Erika
Where: Online Via ZOOM
When: Sept 26, 2020 – Feb 21, 2021

This 5-Month apprenticeship program is part of the YogaWorks 300 hour teacher training. It includes: Assisting/Observing a class with your mentor teacher once a week, taking a class with your mentor teacher once a week, attending 1-2 meetings a month with your mentor group, and completing a final project. This is an inspiring way to strengthen your teaching skills

By Arrangement

Private Mentoring

Who: One-on-one with Erika
Where: Online or In Person
When: Based on availability

Private mentoring sessions are designed for the already practicing yoga student who wishes to delve deeper into their yoga education and practice. Through these personal classes, students are able to receive guidance in techniques and yogic practices that are not often taught in open public classes.

These specialized private mentoring sessions are also for the aspiring or existing yoga teacher who would like support for their yoga teaching. These sessions are good if you are looking for support with class sequencing, posture modification/adaptation and teaching more effective alignment. Also how to add philosophy into your teaching in an approachable way.

There have been many times in my 25+ years in yoga that I have sought out the personal attention of my teacher and asked for individual guidance to strengthen elements of my practice. It was in these private teachings that I experienced an awakening and expansion in my yoga that I am forever grateful for.



Northern California, USA