Slow Flow- Emmy

Get Ready for the Best Day Ever

Ready or not, this morning Slow Flow class will awaken and energize you from head to toe and back again. Before you make time for everyone else, make time for yourself. You will see a positive effect in your days with regular practice. 

We will start with some gentle pranayama and movement and  see where it takes us.

Meditation, Mantra and Sound Exploration is all part of it.

You’ll warm up into a slow flow that will get your blood and breath moving to ensure a great start to you day.

This class is great for all levels and not too sweaty, so you can go straight to work or to breakfast.  

early bird yoga red pearl yoga emmy slaibe

Born in New York and raised on a gem of an island known as the Dominican Republic, I moved to Florida after graduating high school in pursuit of a higher education with a clear goal in mind: Making a difference. Growing up in the DR, and surrounded by so much poverty, humbled and shaped me into the person I am today. With a Bachelor in Science, and a passion to make a change in the community, I flirted with different health professions as I volunteered and shadowed in different settings to identify my next move; eventually leading me to Occupational Therapy. I came across yoga during my first semester of graduate school in 2012. The class was slow, too instructional and not for me. It was not until I hit my second semester, and could not quiet my mind, that I decided to give it another chance. At the time, I was too much in my head and felt unattached to anything, or anyone. I took my first vinyasa flow class with RoseAnn at Blue Sol, and have been hooked ever since. Five years later, after obtaining a Masters in Occupational Therapy, I completed my 200 hour Hatha Yoga Teacher training at The Prana Lab, with the same instructor who spoke to me as I moved, breathed and grew on my mat. Yoga has changed my life. What started off as a mental practice has trickled its way into every aspect of my life. As a yoga instructor, my intention is to have my students tune into their body , guiding them through the asanas, as they feel and become aware of what feels “good” , and what doesn’t, trusting that soon enough the awareness will flow off from their mats and into their lives, as it has with mine.