Emily Rose YogaYoga and meditation classes, workshops and retreats
Emily is a qualified yoga teacher with a background in politics, philosophy and international studies. She offers yoga and meditation classes, workshops and retreats in and around Bright in the Alpine region of Victoria, Australia.
Emily is passionate about making the world a better place and improving the way we relate to each other and the environment. She believes that yoga has a big role to play in helping people develop deeper connections with their bodies, the people around them and the earth. Read more about Emily
‘Yoga’ means to yoke, or union, and this ancient system of philosophy, movement, breathing, self-inquiry and meditation facilitates a deeper connection between body and mind. The postures, movement and breath work in yoga can assist to keep the body healthy, flexible and strong, improve digestion and circulation, reduce tension and develop calmness in the mind.Above all yoga should be practiced with kindness, gentleness, openness and patience and the goal of yoga is to be truly connected internally and externally.
I acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which I live and work.
I pay my respects to their elders past, present and emerging.
I thank them for their custodianship of this beautiful land.
In Taoism (and Traditional Chinese Medicine) the concepts of Yin and Yang are a useful tool for describing the relative energies that are present in our lives, in the world and in our bodies. In this article I talk about balancing what seems to be an overly Yang world...
I recently ran a workshop titled Yin Yang Seasonal Series: Autumn focussed on working with the seasonal energies through a balanced yoga practice. Living in the country, closer to nature in an area where the change of seasons is so evident I have found myself picking...
Before I had children I definitely took my freedom for granted. If I had realised the demands that would soon be on my time I would have made it to every single yoga class being taught, every day (but then there weren't as many studios around then anyway). My yoga...