Erin Nicole Haley

Erin is a school counselor, licensed professional counselor associate, and RYT-200 in mind-body centering yoga, a therapeutic and trauma-sensitive form of teaching. She has counseled students of all ages and has taught yoga for cancer patients, college athletes and students, elementary and middle school children, and classroom teachers. She strives…

Erin is a school counselor, licensed professional counselor associate, and RYT-200 in mind-body centering yoga, a therapeutic and trauma-sensitive form of teaching. She has counseled students of all ages and has taught yoga for cancer patients, college athletes and students, elementary and middle school children, and classroom teachers. She strives to use her own internal process, the processes of her students, and the divinity in nature as her greatest teachers and sources of inspiration.

For more check out erinhaleywellness.com.

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Erin is a school counselor, licensed professional counselor associate, and RYT-200 in mind-body centering yoga, a therapeutic and trauma-sensitive form of teaching. She has counseled students of all ages and has taught yoga for cancer patients, college athletes and students, elementary and middle school children, and classroom teachers. She strives…

Erin is a school counselor, licensed professional counselor associate, and RYT-200 in mind-body centering yoga, a therapeutic and trauma-sensitive form of teaching. She has counseled students of all ages and has taught yoga for cancer patients, college athletes and students, elementary and middle school children, and classroom teachers. She strives to use her own internal process, the processes of her students, and the divinity in nature as her greatest teachers and sources of inspiration.

For more check out erinhaleywellness.com.

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