Erika started her yoga journey in 2013 as an off-work hobby. Not only gaining a stronger body, yoga also brings her peace, patience and a deeper awareness and connection with the inner self and the environment. She undertook 200-hr Yoga Teacher Training in 2016 and 300-hr Yoga Therapy Teacher Training in 2017 at Anahata Yoga Hong Kong. Since then, she has started to share the life improvements she experiences through yoga teaching with a therapeutic and balancing mindset.
Before starting yoga, Erika always hurt herself with unmindful movements and postures. With a consistent practice, she is now more aware of her mind, breath and body alignment whenever the body is moving or in stillness. She is experienced in sharing her yogic rehabilitation experience with practitioners who are suffering from common city pain and injuries, e.g. back and shoulder pain and spine injuries. She serves a wide range of practitioners in private class, office and group class settings, and is fluent in speaking English, Cantonese and Mandarin. By giving and taking feedback in her teaching, Erika provides hands-on and props adjustments for practitioners and help them to get their bodies aligned in different postures and movements.
She truly believes by balancing mobility and stability of the body and drawing awareness and calmness within the body through breath and mind work can bring everyone a wholesome life enhancement.