Erin Tschantret

Erin Tschantret is a Certified Yoga Instructor (RYT 500 HR) and Reiki Master, having received both her 200 and 500 HR certifications through the Charm City Yoga Teacher Training. Erin is the Director of the Yoga for Athletes Program at CCY, guiding high school, collegiate and professional athletes to their highest level of competition. She is a positive force in the fields of yoga, fitness and energy healing, helping clients and students become their best selves, as they journey on their life path. Erin is unique in that she has deep roots in the performing arts, having worked as a professional dancer and actor in NYC before moving to Baltimore to start a family with her husband. She loves working within the Charm City Yoga community and sees herself teaching yoga well into her 90s.


Erin Tschantret instructs the following:
  • Warm Vinyasa Express 2
  • Warm Vinyasa Express is a vigorous, hour long, yoga flow in which the room is heated to 80 degrees, so your body is warmed, allowing for deeper stretching. The muscles, tendons and ligaments become soft and more flexible. The heat promotes sweating which is a method of cleansing to aid in the healing aspects of this yoga style. Please bring water and a towel.

    Level 2 classes are suitable for intermediate students. The basic postures are expanded to include more difficult variations and may be described with less detail. The class will flow at a faster pace and the asanas will be held longer. The classes introduce more advanced breathing techniques and concepts in yogic philosophy including the energetic body.


  • Yin Yoga 1
  • Luxuriously long holds influence the body’s meridians and strives to deeply open the hips, pelvis and spine to create space in the joints and nourish the connective tissues. The work in these deceptively challenging poses is finding the ease in the discomfort that arises and a meditative awareness of the sensations as they come and go. The intended result: you’ll leave feeling freer in both body and mind.


  • Yin Yoga 1
  • Luxuriously long holds influence the body’s meridians and strives to deeply open the hips, pelvis and spine to create space in the joints and nourish the connective tissues. The work in these deceptively challenging poses is finding the ease in the discomfort that arises and a meditative awareness of the sensations as they come and go. The intended result: you’ll leave feeling freer in both body and mind.