Sea Flow is here to guide those who feel inspired to find and connect with their unique, individual flow.
Your flow will be different each moment, each day, and ever-changing – just like the flow of the waves. Some days being more energetic, some super slow, others in-between.
To feel in tune and connected with your truest self takes time, practice and patience, which is the nature of life.
The Sea Flow ethos is to embrace your flow for what it is in each moment. To be present to where you are and how you’re feeling, and to trust, love and accept yourself just as you are.
Flow yoga can help with strength, balance and flexibility, creating a feeling of lightness, ease and relaxation.
Join me in a class to experience the journey for yourself.
Emily is currently living by the sea in Brighton, UK.
The Real Flow approach strongly value growth, broad knowledge and intuitive adaptability and incorporates a flow state approach to practicing and teaching yoga.
I began my yoga journey at the age of 15 to help with personal struggles I was facing at the time. My practice was a place I felt expressive and content. Over time the postures and poses became more accessible, I found my breath and with this grew in confidence and self belief, which at the time was hugely important and helped me mentally and physically.
I took a huge step towards developing my practice in 2015 when I spent several months in California with a focus to grow my yoga and meditation practice.
Once back in the UK I continued my passion and joined a studio in Brighton participating in classes daily feeling welcomed into the community.
No matter where I am in the world, I always take my yoga practice with me. Recently I spent several months in Thailand and India. I became more in tune with my body, and with this found my flow.
Feeling inspired I decided my next step was to take a teacher training course, delving deeper into this journey, to learn and to share about finding and embracing flow.
Love Em x