When Emma was first introduced to yoga, the physical practice was overwhelming. After turning 30, she was inspired to explore the practice of yoga and meditation as a means of managing chronic anxiety and panic attacks. When she finally stepped back on her mat in 2017 at Samudra Studio, she focused her practice on the mind, body, and spirit connection with less concern about how her abundant body looked in each pose. She enrolled in Maine’s first Fluid Yoga School 200-hour teacher training to deepen her own practice, but discovered a love for sharing yoga with others. Emma has been teaching since the spring of 2018. Her classes embody her joyful spirit with music to move to (dancing encouraged) and laughter. In June 2020, she completed Yoga for All training to foster inclusivity for all body shapes, sizes, and abilities in her teachings.
Find Emma teaching where her true love for yoga began: Samudra Studio! Here she offers an all-levels vinyasa flow at 6:00 p.m. Wednesdays. Sign up for in-person or virtual classes here or subscribe to the virtual library for on-demand practice in the comfort of your own home.
Want to give yoga a try, but prefer some one-on-one instruction? Emma offers in-person or virtual private instruction in which individuals can customize their practice based on their level of experience and accessibility. She is also available for small group instruction. Contact her for a customized proposal and pricing information.