Looking for a strength building workout on a fall morning in 2008, Emily accepted the invitation of a friend to attend a yoga class. She began attending yoga classes regularly because—as many yoga students quickly discover–it felt so good. Somewhere along the way the age old practice began transforming her body and mind in ways that she didn’t even known to ask for but for which she is immensely grateful.
Emily eventually left behind a career providing community level legal and social services so that she could dedicate her time to practicing and sharing the science of yoga. In classical yoga she found practices that have the potential to bring individual and social well-being by addressing the very root of our inner source of turmoil and suffering. It is a pleasure and honor for Emily to share these timeless techniques and to attempt to walk a yogic path in her own life.
Emily is a full-time yoga teacher with over 1000 hours of training in
yoga techniques including asana (poses), restorative yoga, yoga nidra
(deep relaxation), meditation, pranayama, energy healing, and yoga
philosophy. She is also dedicated to a daily self-guided study and
practice on the mat and in the world. Emily brings a warm and steady
tone to her classes, and finds great joy in seeing students leave with a
greater sense of mental and physical space and increased access to the
inner source of knowing. Emily’s classes are inspired by her teacher
Dharma Mittra and what he has shared with her from his 50+ years of