In service and devotion to the only true teachers; those of Nature and Life itself, Emma offers raw and authentic Yoga and Yoga Nidra practices that draw inspiration from an ever deepening nature based spirituality, teachings from various earth based wisdom traditions, and her own wild, celtic soul.
Offering asana practices rooted in Hatha / Vinyasa Yoga with an emphasis on accessible movement for all! Welcoming you home to the too often forgotten land of the body and the innate wisdom it holds. In the view that Yoga is not about the contours of your body but how to navigate the contour of your life, Emma encourages her students to recognise the beauty and joy of their own unique expression of form, while honouring the preciousness of all of Life.
Emma facilitates Yoga Nidra classes and workshops and offers one on one Yoga Nidra consultations where she works with you in order to create a personalised practice that meets your own intentions and desires. Whether you are simply in need of more rejuvenating rest, deep physical, mental or emotional healing or wish to connect deeper spiritually with your essential nature with this service you can receive specially tailored Yoga Nidra recordings wherever you are in the world and stay connected with the ground of your own being!
With roots grounded in compassion that extend from the depths her own past sufferings, Emma values the strength this life experience gifts in order to be able to ascend upwards and outwards into the light of our wildest dreams and our soul’s highest dharma. From embodied experience she holds space for life’s under currents to be explored and embraced in order to reclaim our own essential human nature, that of pure being and in turn come into a more equanimous relationship with Nature herself.
“May the nourishment of the earth be yours, may the clarity of light be yours,
May the fluency of the ocean be yours, and may the protection of the ancestors be yours
And so may a slow, wind work these words of love around you, an invisible cloak to mind your life” (John O’Donohue)