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Move in A Way That is Healthy Now and For Years to Come

One of the biggest misconceptions in wellness is that we need to be hurting ourselves to get stronger or we need to be depriving ourselves to get thin. What we need to be doing instead is loving ourselves, nourishing ourselves, finding the balance between softness and effort. We should be moving in the shape we want to be, moving in a way that is healthy now and for the long run and in a way that doesn’t just support strength in our musculoskeletal systems but also supports beautiful function in our organs, in our breath, in our circulation, and in our minds. As we slow down and soften into full body awareness that is when we see real holistic and everlasting change.

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The Erika Bloom Method

The Erika Bloom Method is a holistic approach to movement and well-being that explores healthy human movement and the body's natural design. It focuses on functional, conscious movement, nourishing the body's systems, and addressing individual needs. The method synthesizes principles from the most effective movement modalities throughout history, science-based body-work systems, and is continually integrating new discoveries. The method empowers individuals to cultivate strength, self-awareness and tranquility throughout their lives through a regular practice of healing movement and self-connection. The method supports health and healing for any age, body type, or condition, including autoimmune management, scoliosis correction, postural correction, athletic conditioning, and injury prevention.

Meet Erika
Erika Bloom is known around the world for her transformative method that begins with movement based healing to restore holistic harmony. She was first inspired to explore wellness after sustaining injuries as a professional dancer and a diagnosis of an autoimmune disorder. Her wellness method launched in 2003 after completing advanced certifications in Pilates, holistic nutrition, Structural Integration, therapeutic yoga and studies in Feldenkrais, Franklin, Bartenieff, Klein, Alexander, neuromuscular repatterning, and somatic trauma release. Erika has helped restore holistic harmony for thousands of clients and continues her work today.
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Delve into the wisdom of esteemed guest experts, luminaries in anatomical movement, mindfulness, and holistic wellness. Sharing their insights through mindful practices and enlightening conversations, our guest experts are here to support your personal wellness journey, catalyzing deeper understanding and self-knowing.
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Membership Includes:
Membership Includes:

The Daily Practice Playlist: Curated classes to support you each day of the week

The Digital Library: Enjoy an extensive library of 380+ at-home videos and workshops designed to enrich your practice. Discover six immersive collections that delve into a range of practices, meditations, and nutritional insights, empowering you with the knowledge and self-healing tools to support your education and enhance your daily wellness routine.

A Global Community: Enhance your practice with the transformative power of community connection. Engage with like-minded individuals, gain valuable insights from others, and receive compassionate support on your personal wellness journey.

The Live Studio: Immerse yourself in our vibrant live studio community, where you can join interactive classes and workshops led by Erika, her team of trained instructors, and renowned experts.

Member Benefits: As a valued member, you'll have the first opportunity to access open 1:1 availability with Erika herself, ensuring personalized attention and guidance. Additionally, enjoy members-only offers to in-person events and retreats.

Compassionate Virtual Support: Our dedicated team is here for you, ready to assist and answer your questions. Feel free to reach out to us with any inquiries or concerns, and we'll provide the guidance and assistance you need.

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How can I best utilize The Membership? How many times per week should I exercise to see results?
We believe wellness best serves as a daily practice, to bring you calm, peace and true holistic health long-term. We invite you to listen to your own body's needs in how you use our live classes and digital library of practices. Here is a map to use as a framework as you explore what is right for your bio-individuality: +Begin by establishing a daily practice starting with the Fundamentals, Fascia Rolling, How to Breathe, and Foundations of Restorative Movement, and our Live Interactive Classes. +Focus on shifting your sleep by discovering sleep rituals, trying each new habit nightly for at least two weeks to find what is right for you. +Each week implement one to two pillars of nutrition consistently until they become naturally integrated. +Meditate daily, sometimes with a full video, but even if it’s just a few moments. +Schedule your movement practices into each day so they remain a priority as life carries on. The movement videos are designed to be returned to many times to ensure consistent patterning, strengthening, and awakening of all of your muscles and your nervous system. Moving forward, continue to practice daily movement, meditation, and healthy sleep and nourishment.
What is holistic nutrition? Do you help with holistic nutrition?
The Digital Membership provides guidance and support for holistic nutrition by guiding you to greater mindfulness and listening to what your body needs, then learning to eat to fulfill those needs rather than being driven by emotional eating or otherwise. Our holistic nutrition philosophy is science based as well as rooted in the belief of food as medicine, nourishment and joy. Erika has formed her holistic approach around two pillars. One, to be in tune with the body and listen to what it needs on any given day. And two, to eat whole, real foods that are grown thoughtfully and minimally processed.
What’s the difference between Yoga and Pilates?
Both yoga and pilates are breath centered, mindful movement practices to connect deeply with the body with a focus on alignment. Yoga focuses on the end range of movement and has more static holds, whereas pilates is working on the smaller movements, spinal alignment, proper joint function, and integration of the core. The Erika Bloom Method encompasses both pilates and yoga, as well as Alexander, Feldenkrais, Bartenieff, Franklin, Klein, Pilates, Zero Balancing, therapeutic yoga, Structural Integration, evolutionary movement, functional movement, postural connection, somatic experiencing, breath work, holistic nutrition, rolfing, myofascial balancing, gyrokinesis and more. The method supports holistic mindful living through these practices and helps you find strength and ease by connecting to the deep inner body. The method’s approach to beautiful and functional alignment always feels healing, calming and centering.
Why do I have lower back pain?
Each case of lower back pain has its own cause, based on the individual. Improving balance in the muscular and fascial systems, aligning the skeleton, and reducing stress are great places to start. The whole body needs to be considered when addressing pain patterns because the pain is often the ‘victim’ and the ‘criminal’ is elsewhere. Having a daily practice of balancing movement and self care is key. Inside our live interactive classes, Erika and our teachers work with you on form, balancing the structure and imbalances of your body, and will give you the tools to find your own deep connection. Our work is individualized, anatomically based, and interactive with live instructors giving you guidance and personalized corrections in real-time. We invite you to join us for a live Cue & Correct class to learn what is true for you and work on solutions with Erika and our expert teachers to find relief and true healing.
How is Structural Integration incorporated into the membership?
Structural Integration is a hands-on process that focuses on the fascia, or connective tissue, that surrounds and gives structure to the muscles, bones and organs in the body. Also known as rolfing, structural integration is based on the ideas of Dr. Ida Rolf that our fascia largely affects the state of our wellbeing and should be addressed as part of healthful movement and life. Fascia gives muscles their shape and informs the body’s structure, surrounding every cell in the body. An endlessly connected web, bathed in lymph, the fascial system is its own communication system, which affects our body’s innate ability to heal itself. As a licensed structural integration therapist, Erika and our teachers apply their expertise of the fascial system across our offerings in the membership. This is important because when we’re trying to make changes in the body, fascia is integral to the work of establishing balance and order. Fascial integrity leads to easeful, flowing movement and beautiful, connected strength.
How can your method help with Scoliosis correction?
A proprioceptive disorder, scoliosis is an abnormal lateral curvature of the spine that relates to an imbalanced fascial tensegrity pattern. Our method helps in releasing what’s holding the curves of the spine and teaches one to support new found expanded alignment. Inside our classes, we work on lengthening, expanding and realigning. We are creating space while layering on top strength and stability to support beautiful alignment.
Do I need equipment for the workouts?
Erika created a custom movement kit that includes all of her go-to props which we use in our classes, including a yoga block, resistance bands, ankle weights, a release ball, and a soft over ball. This collection of props was crafted to enhance your membership practice, however we do also have a variety of prop-free workouts, meditations, and wellness conversations you can practice with as well. To purchase The Movement Kit, please click here.