Emma’s yoga practice began in 2003 with Vaccasin, at his yoga studio in Bristol. Emma initially turned to yoga to help a rotator cuff injury and was greatly inspired by the healing transformation that took place in her body as her yoga practice deepened. Beginning her yoga journey with Iyengar she moved towards a more flowing Ashtanga form. Her love of yoga took her to India where she trained to teach Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow, a combination of a traditional Ashtanga practice and a more contemporary Flow style
Emma’s background in dance and Capoeira, she taught both during her twenties, has infused her yoga with the joy of physical movement. She uses this passion to create dynamic, flowing, sequences which are gracefully linked by the breath and designed to create a feeling of lightness, ease and deep relaxation. Her classes encourage awareness both mentally and physically in a nurturing environment to allow students to learn, experiment and transform through their yoga practice.