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Erin Alexander

Erin teaches the BeU Hot Flow and the Hot Vinyasa 26+ class.

Her movement background began in ballet, having studied classical ballet from the age of five to 19. She has been teaching movement since 1998, beginning with teaching ballet to all ages and levels before getting certified in yoga and Pilates. She has taught at many studios and health clubs throughout the New York City metro area, and the Triad area in NC, before moving to the Wilmington area in 2015.

Her yoga certifications are in Bikram Yoga, The Barkan Method Hot Vinyasa Flow, and pre-Natal Yoga through the Asheville Yoga Center. She is also a certified STOTT Pilates instructor, in addition to 300 apprentice hours under Romana Kryzanowska, Joseph Pilates' successor, at the Pilates Studio in NYC. And soon to be a certified CoreAlign instructor.

Erin received her physical therapist assistant license in 2014, and currently works at PT by the Sea as a physical therapist assistant and Pilates instructor. She lives in Hampstead with her husband, three children, Portuguese Water Dog, and lovebird! She is very excited to be a part of the BeUnlimited Yoga community, and looks forward to meeting you in the hot room!



Erin Alexander instructs the following:
  • BeU Hot Flow (105F-50%)
  • This Level 1/2 Ashtanga inspired set sequence integrates the core principles of traditional hot Bikram yoga with a Vinyasa power flow. Practiced in a heated room of up to 105 °F and 50% humidity, these 75 minutes of sweaty yoga will lead you to a lifetime of bliss, strength, focus and balance. Challenge not only the body but the mind by allowing the heat and music to transport you to a meditative state of awareness. With a devoted practice this will be increasingly accessible in your everyday life, becoming a permanent extension of your personality.

  • $5 Hot Vinyasa +26

  • This hot class incorporates the 26 postures of Bikram Yoga, along with additional postures from other styles of yoga for added variation and deeper range of motion, into a vinyasa flow style class. While the class is a set sequence, every class will offer a variety of postures to keep class fun and interesting. Beginner to advanced modifications will be given so that every posture is challenging yet accessible.