Emily Star

Emily Star seeks to help yogis feel empowered and at home in their bodies. In her classes, you'll move through a well-rounded and progressively-sequenced practice, explore the relationship between tension and ease, and relax deeply. Emily believes that yoga meets us where we are, encourages us to practice self-acceptance, and invites us to challenge our perceptions of what is possible so that we may more accurately understand reality - both inside and outside our bodies. She is registered as an E-RYT 200 in Vinyasa with Yoga Alliance and has also studied prenatal yoga with April Puciata, Curvy Yoga with Anna Guest-Jelley, Prana Flow with Shiva Rea and Yin Yoga with Yael Flusberg.
In 2016, she started Calmaraderie to create opportunities for yogis to volunteer together. To stay in the loop about past and future service projects, visit http://www.alignmentinactionyoga.com/calmaraderie-yogis-in-service/
See what Emily's Students are saying:
"Emily taught Yin Yoga at 1:30 on August 10. I really appreciated how she ran the entire class! She shared relevant quotes from famous people, but didn't belabor the point. She showed me how to modify the hard poses so I could do them and still get the benefit of the pose. She paced the class just right. She was very observant if someone needed feedback. Truly great,"  Monica C. 8/2016

Emily Star instructs the following:
  • Yin Yoga
  • This contemplative practice utilizes modest floor poses to stimulate connective tissue giving particular focus to the hips, sacrum, low spine, and knees. Uniquely therapeutic and rehabilitative to these areas of the body, Yin Yoga is an excellent modality for providing a structural and emotional counterbalance to more muscular forms of asana and other "yang" activities.
    This practice is appropriate for people who have resisted becoming active because of joint pain and is also ideal for athletes who experience joint pain caused by muscular overuse. The gentle but consistent stimulation to the connective tissues taught through Yin Yoga encourages long-term health and mobility of the joints, calms and recharges the nervous system, and naturally draws the mind inward into a relaxed, meditative state.