Erika Bloom believes that through movement-based healing, you begin to cultivate a deeper daily awareness that allows you to live your life holistically.
The method explores how beautiful, healthy posture and relearning how our bodies move, positively affects our organs, bolsters our mood and energy, and impacts how we age.
As you learn about yourself through conscious movement, Erika’s approach serves as a roadmap for understanding and connecting the dots in your overall wellness.
Each movement practice offered is a full body workout that will wake up your senses, nurture your nervous and digestive systems, circulate your lymph and blood flow, and mindfully engage your intrinsic musculature to create a functional body that’s taller, longer and smaller, and less prone to injury.
Whether you need repatterning, stretching, releasing or strengthening, you will be guided to heal yourself as you connect breath to body and body to breath.
Moving with continuous integrity and ease, you’re not just informing your body, you’re informing your nervous system and releasing stress. Your day continues to be filled with that same nourishment and mindfulness that you’ve given yourself through your practice.
The Erika Bloom Method encompasses Essential Movement as well as holistic nutrition, meditation, fascia release and complementary medicine. Within these offerings, you will receive the full support of what each day should be, in a calm, embodied state.
The method supports health and healing for any age, body type or condition, including autoimmune management, prenatal, postnatal and diastasis recti correction, scoliosis, osteoporosis, post-injury, injury prevention, and athletic conditioning.
This movement as self-care practice is based on Erika’s numerous certifications, personal experiences and 20 years of working with bodies. Inspired by modalities such as Feldenkrais, Bartenieff, Franklin, Klein, Pilates, Zero Balancing, therapeutic yoga and Structural Integration, the method’s approach to beautiful and functional alignment always feels healing, calming and centering.
Erika feels it’s not the one hour you spend on the mat, it’s the newly patterned sense of embodiment that you continue to move with the rest of the 23 hours where the change happens. Through each practice, you will find the ability to live within the position of the movement for lasting change.