founder & Director of Participant Experience
I’ve learned a lot of lessons in my life and one of the greatest is to follow your passion. This lesson didn’t come early nor did it come easy. For almost 20 years I found myself doing what I should – what made sense. I worked incredibly hard to climb the corporate ladder and achieve what I decided was success. As I turned 40 I started to reflect on my life and my successes and decided what looked good on paper didn’t feel good in my heart. This fueled my journey of self discovery. I became a certified Integrative Coach through the Ford Institute in San Diego, earned both my 200 hour and 500 hour Yoga Teacher Training and earned a Yoga Therapist certificate. All this training has provided me with a holistic approach to wellness – mind, body & soul. After working with a Corporate Travel Incentive company the last piece of the puzzle was found and from that Nourish was born – a perfect combination of both internal and external exploration.
Grace. Peace. Knowing. These are but three powerful words which help describe Erin and the depth of what she brings to her work. Erin Byron, MA, is a Psychotherapist and one of the founders of IAYT accredited Comprehensive Yoga Therapist Training. She is a sought-after Speaker and Assistant Editor of Yoga Living Magazine as well as contributing author to numerous books and articles on the themes of Yoga Therapy, lifestyle management, and mental health. She is co-editor of Llewellyn’s Complete Book of Mindful Living and co-author of the popular Yoga Therapy for Stress & Anxiety, which was recently featured in Yoga Digest, Yoga Journal and the Huffington Post. And, for over 15 years, Erin has been leading transformational workshops. Erin is also my mentor and teacher and I had the pleasure of connecting with her almost 5 years ago. I have seen and experienced first-hand how her gentle yet direct approach has helped both myself and others go deeper within ourselves to find meaning in our lives and ultimately joy. I am blessed and privileged to share Erin and her gifts with our retreat participants. Get to know Erin at www.erinbyron.com