Erin Godfrey is a movement and body wellness educator.  She began her career as a ballet dancer, studying with the National Ballet School of Canada, followed by studies in Anatomy and Kinesiology at George Brown College. Additional studies include Meditation, Feldenkrais, Alexander Technique, Developmental Movement, Pilates, Personal Training, Wellness coaching, Anatomy Trains, Contact Improvisation and Axis Syllabus. Erin has owned several studios in Toronto and has been teaching movement and healthful living practices for over 20 years. An international teacher, she has been faculty on a number of teacher training programs. She coaches a wide range of clients from those working with chronic injuries to athletic performance. Erin continues her research and investigation as a movement practitioner, dancer, educator and new mother. www.eringodfrey.com

 

 

In this conversation Erin talks about how she started her movement practice at a very young age with ballet, and how her unique life circumstances led her to open a Pilates studio at the age of 19. Erin spent nearly four years of her early teenage life at home with an illness, and used strength and movement to help rebuild her strength during recovery. Erin has 20 years of teaching experience, and pulls from her extensive knowledge of various methods. There is some great advice in here for teachers too.

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