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Hi, I'm Emma

I want you to experience the limitless creative expression that comes through physical freedom!

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"I've finally experienced the difference between working 'hard' and working 'smart'!"

S. Scotto

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Stage Age

Stage Age

I heard on CBC Radio2’s Morning Show that Tom Petty has named a phenomenon that he experiences when he performs.

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Steps from 50

Steps from 50

This January saw me completing my 50th year and has launched me into what I am blithely calling My Next 50.   I fully realize that I have very little control over how many more I will live, but let’s just say my plan involves 5 more decades.

But how do you plan for that?!read more →

Peace Begins Within

Peace Begins Within

It is said that charity begins at home. I believe that peace starts here too.

Literally, right here at home in our minds and bodies.read more →

Rest Up!

Rest Up!

A very tall young man walked into my studio and appeared to be ducking to get under the doorframe to greet me. But, rather noticeably to me, he somehow never straightened up again as he extended his hand in greeting.read more →

Do what you love, for longer.

Do what you love, for longer.

At a recent art show in town, the artist was asking about my upcoming presentation, Improve How You Move and he rather perceptively asked, “What do you mean by move here? Is it just physical actions or is it also about what you do up here?” and he pointed to his head.read more →

NOT Playing through the Pain.

Imagine a world without music.

Dead, isn’t it?

Now imagine a world without musicians.

Shocking!

But have you ever considered how much we depend on all those music-makers to add spirit to our lives? read more →

How do You Listen?

How do You Listen?

I went to see this remarkable woman, Evelyn Glennie, when I was a teenager and during that concert I really couldn’t fathom how a ‘deaf’ person could possibly hear enough to be playing music with others.read more →