Do You Want Movement in Your Life?

During the last several weeks I have been diving deep into writing my first book. It’s no easy task, but as challenging as it is, I’m loving every second.

While writing I have been thinking so much about you, since YOU are who the book is for!

As you may know by now, my goal is to help you create movement in your body, which of course helps create movement in your life.

Through the comments you leave on the blog to the notes you send to me, I am forever inspired by your stories and your questions. As a whole, this is a community of spiritually curious people who are willing to take action by trying new tips and tools. I love this!

So before we move into our final and exciting event of the year (we will announce it in just a few weeks!) I was hoping you would tell me a little bit more about yourself and how I can help you in the coming months.

In 2016 I plan on creating even more content for you via blogs, videos and programs than ever before! Before I get off and running, I would love to take some direction!

Do you want more videos with movements and mantras? What sort of topics would you like me to cover?

If I could write a blog post that addressed exactly your challenge, what would it be about?

What challenges are you facing that you think I might be able to help you with?

What would you most like to learn from me this next year?

I invite you to leave a comment below and let me know what you are wishing I would just cover already!:)

Also, please know that I am honored you have found your way here.  I am thankful for whoever introduced us. I mean that. There are so many newsletters you could read. I still sometimes am overwhelmed with emotion over the fact that you choose to read mine!

Deep bow to you, friend!

I look forward to hearing your thoughts below!


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50 Responses to Do You Want Movement in Your Life?

  1. Andrea says:

    Do you want more videos with movements and mantras? What sort of topics would you like me to cover?

    Yes, I would like it. Topics: how to focus, how to prioritize, how to manage the fact of being a multi-passionate person, how not to feel anxiety while working.

    If I could write a blog post that addressed exactly your challenge, what would it be about?
    Your personal story. How did you start as an actress, then as a what you are know. Topic: keys to achieve dreams.

    What challenges are you facing that you think I might be able to help you with?
    I am a multi-passionate person. Sometimes I don’t know if I should focus in only one passion and start with only one! I want to control anxiety sometimes.

    What would you most like to learn from me this next year?
    Your key learnings while you were achieving your dreams.

    • Erin says:

      Andrea- These are awesome suggestions. Thank you for taking the time here. I am excited to tackle some of these in the new year for SURE! xo

  2. Louise says:

    Hi Erin, first of all I want you to know that I love what you do 🙂 For me I love your workouts, meditations and soul strolls. I use your 20/25 min work out most. I find 45 mins is too long. I am looking for things to include in a morning routine to feel healthy and positive for the rest of the day. For me it’s less about weight and diet and more about being healthy, fit and vibrant – and an endorphine boost 🙂 I also coach people on having more energy and so I would love to be able to recommend to them some of your products. Again I am looking for things that are 20/25 mins max to make it easier for people to build healthy habit and stick to it. So more of those and more soul strolls would be great. One thing I would say is to have different routines based on moods. So sometimes I want to do something more aerobic, but other times I would rather do yoga and other times again I want more feminine flow dance. So I don’t know if you can build that in. I also think you said somewhere you had this idea of a membership where you get new routines every month. Love the idea and I hope you build an affiliate programme into that and then I can refer you on to my clients 🙂 I hope that helps. And keep things coming I love what you are doing! Louise

    • Erin says:

      Louise- thank you for this! Yes. All these things are comin’ in the new year for sure. Did you know we have an affiliate program for Shrink Session now. Email Jen at to find out more if you are interested:) Thanks for all your support and taking the time here. xo

  3. Kim says:

    With a newborn, almost 3 and 5 yr old I need 5 minute morning movements that have mantras surrounding patience. Thanks!

  4. Zita says:

    Dear Wonderful Erin,

    I enjoy your work soooo much, although I have not YET bought the full shrinksession 🙂

    The thing I would enjoy is maybe another 5 minute workout challenge we had earlier this year, that was so amazing 😀

    Love you, you are AH-MA-ZING!


  5. Emma says:

    Hi, I have always struggled with self doubt. Sometimes I perform well in various aspects of my life, but rather than build confidence, I hear an inner voice that shouts “that’s pure luck, if you can then it must have been so easy to do” and such things. Overtime I have tried to fight that inner voice, but try as I may sometimes the voice is so strong i end up listening. Please tackle this topic

    • Erin says:

      Thank you for sharing this Emma. I know this is a topic that would resonate with others as well. Will tackle it. xo

  6. Regina says:

    If love a soul stroll or mantra and movements in creating and receiving abundance

  7. Reecie says:

    I absolutely love the workout you did for the tapping solution with Jessica. I always come back to this workout because 20 minutes is the perfect time for me and the mantras are so positive I feel I can take on the world afterwards, more workouts like this one would be so fantastic. I love the work you do Erin!

  8. Nicole says:

    Hey girl!! I am so grateful to have found YOU!

    I’ve been loving the soul strolls, and would love more of those!

    Also, I am a yoga teacher, and I am always looking to expand my offerings. I’d love a training that would teach teachers to do what you do, so I can bring it to my studio and share the inspiration and movement with others. 🙂

  9. Jackie says:

    Movement for chronic pain sufferers

  10. Kasia says:

    hi Erin,

    I’d love to read your book! 🙂 Can’t wait and I hope you have fun writing it. I’m your super-fan 🙂

    About the topics, I think body acceptance and discovering my femininity are the two topics I would really rally like to work on. Feeling more sexy, more feminine, getting my strength from it, if you know what I mean. So if you create some training about that, would be awesome.


  11. Alessandra says:

    Dear Erin, good afternoon (Italian time). It’s 4 months I have been working with you through the “Shrink Session”. I started with the “Say It, Sweat It, Get It” challenge in June. At that time I could not even imagine how powerful it is. The Summer BootCamp was actually the boost I needed and I am now approaching the last two weeks of “MY” immersion session. Coming to your questions, I would like to thank you for checking with us.
    1) More videos with movements and mantras would be great. I love both: the videos with the aerobic movements and the moving meditations. I love the moving meditations as well.
    2) I would also appreciate videos with some yoga routines, to work on a different level
    3) I am facing a health challenge, related to my hypothiroidismus (I developed it two years ago). Never wanted to go on chemical remedies, and I am working with meditation, yoga, your videos, food and supplements to preserve my balance. On a broader spectrum, I would like to read about movement/meditation/food related to health.
    4) My challenges are about properly communicating myself and gently manifesting my female power. Getting in touch with my power.

    Thank you so much for reading!
    Take care!

  12. Danielle DiRe says:

    I really like the high intensity 30 minute workouts and the soul strolls. I would love to see more of both. I find them very energizing. Thank you for all that you do!

  13. Marie says:

    Traveling across country to our winter home = how do I keep moving and eating plant based? We will be driving 8-9 hours a day for 4 or 5 days as we stop at friends for a quick visit too.

  14. MOLLY says:

    So excited to hear you are writing a book. As I start my adventure towards become a physical therapist, I am more and more aware as to how important movement is for the body and the soul. The body is meant to move! I think this is especially important for people who are in pain and are afraid to move their bodies. Can’t wait to see what you create!

  15. Enaam says:

    Hi Erin

    Would be great to do an excersise program aimed for returning back after major illness, surgeries, and loss. Where you feel lost and paralyzed, and not sure how to start again. Something that can post energy courage and yet gentle.

    • Erin says:

      Oh yes. This is such a wonderful one. Thank you for bringing it to my attention. So needed and look forward to covering it, soon. Thank you for sharing this idea. xo

  16. Traci says:

    I love what you do. You are so inspiring. I’m having trouble with my relationship with my husband. I don’t know if you can help. We don’t really fight, but I just need more attention from him. I like my alone time too but we are just like business partners and I feel like I need more. He doesn’t communicate back when I try to talk about it. Other than that I’m good. You inspired me to go to school to follow my dream of being a health coach. Thank you for all you do. XO

  17. Denise says:

    I love the soul stroll playlists! I’d love to see more of them, esp at the 30″ length
    Topics…prosperity, opening you heart, letting go

  18. Jennifer Otts says:

    I am such a fan, Erin, mainly because of posts like this. You make a genuine connection and sincerely emotionally engage with your audience. I think continuing to make the workouts as personal as possible and affirming the mind body connection is a sure bet for success! You are touching so many lives in a heartfelt way that makes all the difference! You’ve got this! It has been wonderful to watch your success and I know it’s only the beginning of much bigger things to come!!!! xoxo, Jenn
    P.S. All of the comments above were great, and I agree with the chronic illness sufferers, starting back can be scary!

  19. Hi Erin! Seriously girl, you are amazing! Your workouts have helped me move past some big fears that have been holding me back for a long time. In conjunction with a lot of reading, as well as beginning to teach meditation classes (my “free square-” my natural talent!), I am growing into a leader, I’m feeling the fear and doing it anyway, and I do it with ease and genius!!! 🙂

    I may be a minority, but personally, I really like physical CDs that have time options. My phone/ipad are to small for me to really get into a workout with, and I like the simplicity and non-tech-ness of CDs (I realize they are some old tech…!!!). I find myself mixing your workouts with a 20 minute HIIT type CD I have, because some days I don’t have 45 minutes, and some days I want something a little more concentrated in intensity. It’s the perfect mix for me to balance the ease, flow, and centering of your workouts! But I’d love more time options. Also, some feedback: I’m not sure why, but I find myself gravitating away from the bonus CD, where it’s you with other people? Maybe I just like your distraction-free, centering energy? 🙂 And I am pretty sure you provided some printouts when I ordered my CDs that I missed… do you have a link that has a printable reading of the words/meditations for each CD? Thank you so much for the work you are doing! Blessings!

  20. Greta says:

    Hey Erin,
    I’m in love wit your Soul Strolls and the genius affirmations/poetry that you blend into your playlists. My extended family amazed and amused by the fact that my twelve year old was hanging out at a family authoring recently muttering phrases like ‘ I accept myself exactly as I am’ and I let go of what’s stressful and tap into my potential’ accompanied by a little wiggle.

    One concept I love in your previous Soul Strolls has been harnessing your energy wherever you are, I would love to delve deeper into the power of owning one’s story, living and speaking one’s truth and the transformative power of bringing one’s shadows to the light. I would love you to do more work around these concepts.

    I’m vision impaired and so videos are not so useful to me, but some yoga classes that I access online provide audio workouts/yoga classes. I wold love to do some of your workouts but at the moment I”m just freestylin’ it with your Soul Strolls which is magic. Just an idea for more versatility and access. 🙂

    Here’s a little post I wrote recently on owning one’s story and turning dark emotions into some empowering light!

    A million thanks for your brilliant work and your light-filled contribution the world and our household.


  21. Irene says:

    Dear Erin
    I wanted to say thank you for your free soul stroll that you provided us with last year, it helped me on my getting healthy and fit journey, also helped me beileve in myself with your fantastic mantras. I always look forward to your Emails and its always a new surprise in my mailbox.
    Things I love soul stroll, mantras and wish we could see you more on the live video streaming like periscope or live video on facebook. Its good to see you have been more active on Facebook with quotes and daily insiprations.
    Thank you for all you do I hope to take one of your classes one day when I’m in the city. Your pressence in our lives is so important thank you for all you do. You are a truly beautiful soul.

  22. Kelsey says:

    Videos with mini-movement-meditations would be awesome! Similar to the one you did recently where you were seated but moving your arms with mantras. Simple, delicious and portable!

    Topics / challenges of interest to me: Owning your voice, stepping into your power, shining authentically and unapologetically.

    See you soon, love!

  23. Lisa says:

    I love your work and am so glad to get your almost daily inspiration via Instagram! I would love to see some focus on the overall wellness for those of us nearing or past menopause – I think sometimes it can be more challenging as weight doesn’t seem to come off as easily. Fitness and good nutrition is so critical at all ages – perhaps the approach may be slightly different depending on the stage of life.

  24. Keveney says:

    Hi Erin,

    Thanks again for all you do! I scrolled down the comments of what people are looking for and I’m in agreement with all these lovely ladies! My faves – Louise’s idea of different routines based on moods – love the idea of aerobic/yoga/feminine dance flow. I too, am all about a high intensity sweat dripping workout, but I also love the idea of a quiet workout. The movement/activity is more about creating energy, positivity and a radiant glow and not weight loss for me. I also love your book recs – Marie Kondo changed me life – I’m serious! Like I want to work for her!!! So thanks a bunch for that! And I loved Kelsey’s topics/challenges of interest: “Owning your voice, stepping into your power, shining authentically and unapologetically”. And lastly, recipe ideas – I’ve used all of yours so far and they’ve been delicious! (especially any that help with after dinner chocolate treats)!

    Thanks again, Erin! SO happy that you are doing your passion in life – your passion has truly helped me find an exercise routine that centers me in such a gratifying way!

  25. Pat says:

    Hi Erin,
    First of all I would like to thank you, I am so glad that I discover you.
    I am working on the movements, but iam not consistent doesn’t take me long before I returne to square one.
    I try to be positive but feel guilty all the time, and then I loose my confidence.
    Iam not giving up.
    It would be nice if you tackle how to be consistent.
    Iam glad that you writing a book, and I can see that book will be a major success.
    Thank you again.

  26. Janey says:

    Dear Erin,

    First, thank you so much for all the amazing videos, mantras and blog posts you create they are wonderful, as are you. I love your positivity, passion and kindness which just seems to radiate out from all your work.

    I agree with all of the comments above, there are some awesome suggestions and I can’t wait to see the outcome of them.

    I have two main problems which stop me from getting the body and life I want. First, consistancy. I will start an exercise programme and then get sick or go on holiday and I get derailed. The only time I have ever been consistent was when I was training for the London Marathon. As soon as I had done it, due to injury I stopped exercising, and five years later I’ve never been able to get back into a constant routine. My second problem is my work-life balance and lack of energy. I’m a teacher and I am always working in the evenings, before work in the mornings and at the weekend. I find it very hard to find the energy or time to do any exercise! The Say It, Sweat It, Get It exercises were perfect for me but at the time I couldn’t afford to purchase the workouts. I’d love it if you could buy your workouts whenever, not just a couple of times a year.

    I hope this helps, but you are awesome so really, I say keep on going as you are and thanks from the bottom of my heart for all the help you have already given me and all your subscribers.

    With love from Malaysia,


  27. Sarah says:

    I’d love more on self love, confidence, and tips to deal with anxiety and low moods. Quieting the critical voice and being more appreciate of oneself. Ways to be more accepting of yourself and how to not let other peoples opinions or comparisons with others cloud or influence your views of yourself. That would be fab.

    Keep up the great work! xx

  28. Robin says:

    Hi Erin,
    I am very new to you and your wonderful style of health and well being (like maybe a 10 days). I have just been trying to soak up every video and blog you have available. The free soul stroll connected to my spirit like nothing else I’ve ever tried. The mind, body spirit connection was so free flowing and felt like the most natural thing I’ve experienced. I am ready to invest in the soul strolls and also the shrink session workouts.
    The biggest problem I have always had is I get super excited about something and go into it full force. I soon run out of steam and lose interest-get discouraged and finally just quit. I think adding options about how to stay motivated in the process of getting to your fitness goals would be just perfect.
    Thank you for all you are doing and I look forward to uncovering more of your wonderful work and more importantly I look forward to unlocking my full potential now that I have found my connective path.
    Be Blessed, Robin

  29. Penny says:

    Workouts for those of us with health issues like MS, etc. Gentle yet effective. I do all the workouts but the 48 minute ones can be quite hard on me in the long run. Getting over-heated it not good for me. All the jumping around seems to be hard on my knees when I am doing the workouts daily. I still do it and it is getting easier though. 🙂

    • Nathalie says:

      Yes, I also have the same issue with the jumping jacks and other high impact stuff, which I get done, but often find myself having to rest between workouts to prevent injuries.I’d love more workouts like Burning Love where there is less jumping but we are still going hard.

  30. Nathalie says:

    Hi Erin! For me, having a clear vision is what I find most difficult.It’s like I focus on weight all the time when this is about sooooo much more than weight. The suggestions you gave during summer camp (walking barefoot in the grass, colouring, taking time for myself) helped me move away from the weight and closer to self-love and respect. But it is easy to fall back into old patterns. I would love another camp-like activity where you provide guidance to a group of fabulous people who encourage each other. Maybe one which could focus on using time wisely when it seems like family and work just doesn’t leave much room for working out and caring for ourselves.

  31. Jane says:

    Hi Erin,

    I’d love some direction on how to maintain direction! There are so many things I’d like to do, and I focus for a while, but then I find that other stuff gets in the way, and my focus fizzles out. From business ideas, to exercising, to crafty projects, to eating healthily – they all suffer when I lose oomph!

  32. Hi gorgeous, Erin!

    Whenever I’m in a bad mood, or not really feeling it I search up your mantras! Sometimes I even listen to them In my car to feel “pumped” and excited.

    It happend something amazing after I started using the law of attraction.. I used your video mantra “I’m calm and in control, I’m focused on success, I’m a miracle magnet and I attract the very best”. I love this so much. So, I made this vision board with an NHL player to symbolize what type of man that I wanted. So what happend that night after creating this visionboard AND using this mantra of yours and truly feeling it, I had one exhausting night.. My washing machine broke in the middle of the night leaving all the clothes that I had put in soaking wet. Put I decided “YES, this is no problem, it’s in the middle of the night put I ain’t gonna let’s this break my good mood now!” So I fixed it and I as I was leaning my head on my soft pillow I heard my little puppy screaming.. When turning on the light I discovered that he had throwed up 5 different places in my bedroom. I was hysterical crying staying up all night and after calling the vet I tried to calm myself, but I was sleeping with half eyes and I didn’t get a good amount of sleep that night. When waking up the exact NHL player, the rookie of the year likes on of my pictures on instagram. This was no coincidence and I believe it was your mantras, the visionboard and my gratitude that all worked together. The universe was giving me my very first sign that my visionboard would come to reality..

    Much love, Sunniva 🙂

  33. Sherry says:

    I would love for you to include workouts for beginners and for those of us with a lot of weight to lose. Not everyone can do high cardio jumps right away and need modification suggestions for each move. If people (like me) feel like they have to lose weight first before they can even start using your workouts because the workouts seem to be for people already in relatively good shape, that means we might not purchase your workout and get the benefits of your mantras and positivity. Offering helpful modifications is very good and helpful and (most importantly) encouraging to all! 😀

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