Healing Injury Aging and Illness with Erica Mather

Stop the presses, because Erica Mather is a freakin' sage.  It was a pleasure to interview her, and I think you're going to get some serious wisdom listening to her story, and truth bombs.  We talk about yoga as a means of healing the body, oh yes.  We touch on body image, food, social media norms, and how to get conscious.  Oh man this is a gem, so it's time my loves, it's time to sit back relax and Let's Get INformation.  

Erica Mather is a lifelong teacher.  Her life mission is to make a difference in the world, and, hopefully, in YOUR life.

Erica’s taught thousands of people, beginning at age 17.  She’s taught, and designed curriculum on:

  • Sailing
  • Windsurfing
  • Jazz History
  • Music Theory
  • Composition
  • Classical and Jazz Piano Performance

In recent years, her attention turned to teaching yoga, and the many threads that spin off from this central topic.  Now Erica teaches on these interests:

  • Forrest Yoga
  • Yoga Sequencing
  • Hands on Assists
  • Managing and Healing Injury
  • Life Planning
  • Body Image Positivity

In 2009 Ana Forrest invited Erica to become part of an elite circle of teachers, The Guardians, senior teachers who are entrusted with passing along the Forrest legacy.

Want to connect to Erica? (duh)

www.ericamather.com @ericamather

Want to connect to me? (yes please)

www.alexasilvaggio.com @alexasilvaggio

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If you have a body, this is for you. With me, Alexa Silvaggio

So you have a body right?  We all have that privilege, and yet, most of us subscribe to the though that it's okay to berate our body, treat it kind of awfully, and well, beat it up.  This is no bueno, and has to stop ASAP. 

Why? Because our body is the only place we have to live permanently.  We came on to this planet with this body, and it will stay with us until we depart.  So let's cultivate a more loving relationship to it right now, shall we?  I've got you, I have tools for you, it starts now, so let's get INformation! 

xo Alexa 

@alexasilvaggio

alexasilvaggio.com