Erin Law is a multidisciplinary artist, somatic movement educator, and bodyworker based in Nashville, Tennessee. She holds a B.A. in Dance from Hobart and William Smith Colleges, a M.F.A. in Dance from Smith College, a Certification in Laban Bartenieff Movement Analysis from the Integrated Movement Studies Program, and is a Licensed Massage Therapist. Currently Erin teaches Somatics and Improvisation for diverse populations, practices barefoot bodywork and Myofascial Release in her Massage Therapy work, and spearheads various creative projects at the intersection of somatic embodiment, social healing, queer theory, and performance art.
Erin is indebted to all of the wonderful teachers who have inspired her: Marsha Barsky, Rodger Blum, Aaron Brandes, Lyndon Brannaugh, Jim Coleman, Dr. Donna Davenport, Terese Freedman, Ed Groff, Peggy Hackney, Richard Haisma, Michelle Ikle, Katie Martin, Janice Meaden, Kim Nofsinger, Fritha Pengelly, Lester Tomé, Mike Vargas, Susan Waltner, Cynthia Williams, Cadence Whittier, Felice Wolfzahn, and all of her colleagues and students.