kids & family yoga

Emma holds a Bachelor of Education, specializing in Early Elementary Education. She has worked with children for over 15 years in a variety of roles including as a camp counsellor, swim instructor, and classroom teacher. As a lifelong learner and holistic educator, she reflects frequently on the mindset and skills that today’s children will need in tomorrow’s world. Emma aims to spark curiosity and to help children develop self-love and awareness.

Emma was first introduced to yoga at the age of 13 for injury prevention and recovery as a competitive swimmer. Yoga flowed in and out of her life for many years, until she attended a class in Nicaragua and fell completely in love with the practice. For the first time, she understood the magic of yoga as a means of deeply connecting with and healing the body, mind, and spirit. This experience completely altered the course of her life. Emma left her career managing a private swim school and journeyed to Alicante, Spain to complete her 200-hour Hatha training. She has recently completed her 95-hour Registered Children's Yoga Teacher training. Merging her love for yoga and passion for working with kids is a dream come true. 

Outside of teaching and practising yoga, Emma works as an autism play-therapist in the Mount Pleasant community. In her free time, Emma practices Kundalini yoga and enjoys open water swimming and walking barefoot.