helping you feel better in your skin

through movement, massage and community connection

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HEY, EMILY MCMICHAEL HERE

a little about me

I love all things movement and bodywork and traveling and creating spaces where I and others can explore and play. I travel internationally to share my knowledge of fun and functional movement and wellness, and am a firm believer in a blend of Eastern and Western approaches to best meet my clients’ individual needs. I consult luxury resorts and coordinate their Wellness Programs, host retreats, co-lead Yoga Teacher Trainings, and serve clients both virtually and in-person. My work takes me all over the world, and I dig it.

Because research of the human body continues to evolve our understanding of best practices, I’m passionate about remaining a dedicated student. My ongoing training allows me to provide my clients and students with the best tools available for meeting their goals and improving their therapeutic outcomes. I continue my studies with Tiffany Cruikshank of Yoga Medicine, and am certified by Colleen Hieber of MaYoga and Nikki Myers of Y12SR (Yoga for 12-Step Recovery). I have been practicing Traditional Thai Massage since 2015, and continue my studies every year under internationally recognized Master Pichest.

currently, you can find me…

doin’ all my favorite movement and bodywork things in my new studio, The Collective, based in Loreto, Baja California Sur, Mexico. Check it out here! I believe movement should bring joy and I’m always seeking out new challenges (like pickleball!) that provide more opportunities for laughter and connection. .

Want to connect or collaborate? Drop me a line here. I can’t wait to meet you!

more about me

my journey

I came upon yoga, like many other people, at the urging of my doctors. I had suffered from chronic pain after hip surgeries and didn’t know where to turn. It was in my first yoga classes that I found the relief I’d been searching for, as well as a movement community I’d missed from my days as a dancer. It wasn’t until many years of practice and tinkering with other forms of movement that I even considered becoming an instructor.

Yoga became the gateway into discovering Thai Massage and the desire to create a community that embraced both modern and traditional approaches to wellness. I really just wanted to help people feel better in their skin, whether through movement, massage, or a community connection. The more I study and play, the more fascinated I become with the human body and mind. And the more I discover the weird and wonderful ways we can move and breathe and be in order to feel good in our skin, the more I want to share that with community.

I’m so happy you’re here. Let’s get to it.

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Emily-McMichael-Yoga-About-2

more about me

my journey

I came upon yoga, like many other people, at the urging of my doctors. I had suffered from chronic pain after hip surgeries and didn’t know where to turn. It was in my first yoga classes that I found the relief I’d been searching for, as well as a movement community I’d missed from my days as a dancer. It wasn’t until many years of practice and tinkering with other forms of movement that I even considered becoming an instructor.

Yoga became the gateway into discovering Thai Massage and the desire to create a community that embraced both modern and traditional approaches to wellness. I really just wanted to help people feel better in their skin, whether through movement, massage, or a community connection. The more I study and play, the more fascinated I become with the human body and mind. And the more I discover the weird and wonderful ways we can move and breathe and be in order to feel good in our skin, the more I want to share that with community.

I’m so happy you’re here. Let’s get to it.

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