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Thriving Yoga Fit Transformational Coaching is a guide to happiness and healing. This podcast combines yoga therapy, life coaching, meditation, along with helpful tools to help you break barriers in your life and Thrive.

Thrive Yoga Fit Transformational Coachin‪g‬ Erin Geraghty

    • Alternative Health
    • 4.8 • 133 Ratings

Thriving Yoga Fit Transformational Coaching is a guide to happiness and healing. This podcast combines yoga therapy, life coaching, meditation, along with helpful tools to help you break barriers in your life and Thrive.

    TYF235 Relationship Series: Talk vs. Touch

    TYF235 Relationship Series: Talk vs. Touch

    Touch heightens your sensation factor in your body and opens communication in other ways Some people verbalize better than others. Sometimes words cannot communicate feelings properly and feelings must be expressed in other ways.







    By using other forms of communication, this enhances trust, bonds partners, and allows sensual connection. Interested in the retreat? Last call to join us!Message erin@erincoach.com and check out the link below.https://www.thriveyogafit.com/thrive-goes-to-sedona/

    • 28 min
    TYF234 – Relationship Series: The Power of Naming Your Feeling

    TYF234 – Relationship Series: The Power of Naming Your Feeling

    By Naming Your Feelings we are able to reconnect to our partner and open up communication on both ends. It releases shame. Opens communication. Do it for yourself, but do it for others.

    Check out our couples retreat to Sedona Arizona!https://www.thriveyogafit.com/thrive-goes-to-sedona/

    • 25 min
    TYF 233 – The Gifts of Grief

    TYF 233 – The Gifts of Grief

    On this episode Erin talks about how she lost her mother suddenly and how there are gifts through grieving that she has discovered.Erin also shares a sweet and personal experience of channeling her mother, what it felt like, and the gifts she was able to give by allowing this love to pulse though her.Namaste 🙏🏼



    Reach out Erin@ErinCoach.com

    • 14 min
    TYF 232 – Facial Analysis with Tim Goyetche Pt 2

    TYF 232 – Facial Analysis with Tim Goyetche Pt 2

    In *PART 2* of this exclusive follow up interview with Tim Goyetche, Tim explains the details of the face and what deficiencies are associated with them. He even gives Erin a live online analysis of her face and goes into some deep issues. This one will blow your mind.

    Interested in getting a facial analysis with Erin?

    Learn more here:https://www.thriveyogafit.com/about-facial-analysis-with-erin/Request an appointment:https://www.thriveyogafit.com/facial-analysis-new-client-intake-form/

    • 41 min
    TYF 231 – Facial Analysis with Tim Goyetche Pt 1

    TYF 231 – Facial Analysis with Tim Goyetche Pt 1

    In this exclusive follow up interview with Tim Goyetche, Tim explains the details of the face and what deficiencies are associated with them. He even gives Erin a live online analysis of her face and goes into some deep issues. This one will blow your mind.

    Interested in getting a facial analysis with Erin?

    Learn more here:https://www.thriveyogafit.com/about-facial-analysis-with-erin/Request an appointment:https://www.thriveyogafit.com/facial-analysis-new-client-intake-form/

    • 30 min
    TYF230 – Myths VS Facts, telling our truths – Part 2

    TYF230 – Myths VS Facts, telling our truths – Part 2

    Erin and “Professor” Matt Murphy return for the second part of their talk about the importance of myths, storytelling, and how we internalize and reproduce these tales as a culture.  Many differences are drawn between the sorts of myths produced by “Western” cultures, and those of the Hindus, and we get to see a difference in the way those ancient peoples saw the universe around them, and their part in that universe. 

    And what does it mean when stories have a quest, and further: what does it mean when we personally have a quest, just like those same stories we cherish? 

    Matt also mentions a very personal example of a sort of art-and-writing coaching project he once carried out with a dear friend, making pragmatic use of many ideas discussed in the podcast.  What can you do when you take control of the storytelling?  And how can you find your way back to your quest?  Tune in for more.

    • 34 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
133 Ratings

133 Ratings

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Very helpful

Love this podcast

SGMHurt ,

Authentic and informative allowing you to own your change.

I absolutely love listening to Erin’s podcast and also taking her beach yoga classes. We all have scars and those hidden wounds are the toughest to unearth and discard. I totally recommend Erin’s podcast for anyone seeking an anchor in the time of a storm.

flyingsolocdub ,

A Gentle Guide to Showing up Authentically

I love this podcast. If you’re looking for a gentle, yet powerful take on radical self healing and recovery, look no further. Erin’s whole approach is down to earth and irreverently authentic.

Listening to this podcast seriously feels like chatting with an old friend. It’s a cozy place to land, when emotions, mistakes, or to-do lists leave you feeling drained. Erin transforms life’s darkness and chaos into meaningful lessons. I can’t get enough. Just when I think I’ve done the work, something pops up, and Erin guides me through it, again and again.

Erin shows up honestly in her podcasts-- sharing the vulnerable parts of her story, so we can all learn and heal. Her words are gentle, but POWERFUL. She’s been a guiding light in learning to process emotions. I’ve learned how to examine self-destructive behavior, break down emotional blocks, and realize where I need to relax and give up control.

Erin’s content resonates with me on so many levels. When I first found this podcast, 3 years ago, I had just imploded my personal life. I was searching for tools, to guide me through rebuilding a life, that previously centered around codependency and numbing. I needed someone to show me, the power in showing up without dulling myself. She’s taught me so much about unpacking and befriending shame, emotions we store in our body, and in the dark corners of our soul. She’s shown me that there is perfection in imperfect vulnerability, scars, truth, and action. Erin has helped me heal.

Erin’s a renegade yogi, who doesn’t care about your boxes, rules, or expectations. She’s leading an authenticity revolution, that all starts with taming your own chaos. Erin, I can tell how much of yourself you pour into this podcast. Thank you again for doing the work and sharing

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