Who

Erin Kay Anderson

Founder | CEO

Erin Anderson’s life has been one of learning, education, and service “at best.”


She grew up in Billings, Montana and attended

UMass Amherst studying sociology and history with a concentration on the Black Arts Movement.

Her Masters is in Intercultural Youth and Family Development, which was housed in the counselor education program at the University of Montana in Missoula.


She believes that our first mastery should be ourselves. Knowing our own hearts, souls, bodies, and minds - how we love, feel, move, respond and react based on our own history, patterns, and identified purpose. Her Yoga flows are grounded in gratitude, matching breath to movements, and finding a balance between sweat, release and soulful peace.


Her life work is centered on the importance of inclusion, equity, diversity, and culture, and Yoga has become her main tool for personal healing and social change. Conversations on justice have been at the forefront of her life, finding teachable moments in all spaces: the service industry, banking, youth work, nonprofits, social organizing, & social media.


She believes Community happens through communion - creation & growth of authentic relationships.


“It’s having the really truthful conversations first with ourselves, and then with our families and friends to disrupt patterns of trauma & abuse in order to repair damages done in our lineage and to create a sustainable and peaceful world for 7 generations into the future.”


Erin’s life inspiration has come through her relationships --

her mentors Nelson Stevens, Malia Lazu 

& David Vendetti.


She believes that we must be intentional

about both conversation & how we choose to create, act & respond.


“The combination of education and the application of what we learn in life experience are the tools to more deeply understand the roots of our personal histories/lineage - recognizing how and where it is stored in our bodies, & how we engage in meaningful release in order to better understand the truths from our pasts - to unlearn and reconnect to the beauty of ourselves & community. “