Experiences that will change your life.
Erika Trice

Erika Trice

Erika Trice

Erika Trice


Erika Trice

Nirvana in Nepal  
Apr 5
Apr 12

Past Retreats

Magical Mongolia  
Jul 9
Jul 16


Yoga & Culture in Peru  

Erika Trice

Erika Trice

Erika began studying yoga in 1988 as she was pursuing a career in dance. It was yoga that changed her life and ever since that first class, she has been in love with yoga. Her yoga studies include Iyengar Yoga, Ashtanga, Anusara, Yin and some (take this ‘some ‘word out) therapeutic yoga studies. Erika is a certified Yoga Works teacher and teacher trainer. She has led both the 200 and 300-hour Yoga Works teacher training programs for over 10 years in the U.S. and internationally.

Erika is a teacher of teachers. Her depth, precision, and skill have supported many yoga students to deepen both their practice and their love of yoga. Her classes are thoughtful and strong and yet allow for every person to have a supportive and individualized practice. Erika has worked with multiple ages, abilities, and interests throughout her yoga teaching career. Her teaching is as compassionate as it is skillful. 

Erika is a certified Mindfulness Meditation teacher and a certified Psychosynthesis Life Counselor & Coach. She has studied and taught Qigong for the past 25 years and often brings a little of this breath-inspired practice into her retreats. Currently, she is getting her Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology. 


Years Teaching

20+ years


Alignment based flow


Yoga is a way of life for me.



What inspired you to teach yoga?

The profound healing impact that the practice of yoga had on my life. I wanted to share that with others.

Who are your most influential teachers?

Donna Farhi, Sarah Powers, Sianna Sherman, and Maty Ezraty

How would you describe your style?

The style of yoga I teach is a combination of alignment and flow. I include pranayama, philosophy, and meditation into my classes as well.

Why do you feel retreats are transformational?

Retreats have a way of pressing the refresh button for us. They do this by removing us from our busy, overpacked schedules and to-do lists and offer us an opportunity to reclaim again what is essential. We can then come away from the retreat with a new freshness, a clearer perspective to make healthier choices.

What is your favorite pose to teach?

Savasana. A really great savasana can transform your whole day/week.

What is your favorite pose to practice?

I have many of them. I love a practice that has a balance of postures.

What are your favorite places to travel?

Bali, India, Europe