Reflecting on her challenges of being a teenager, a Nurse and then a mother of three fuels Emma’s passion to teach the skills of mindfulness to all ages.


Within all these stages of her life she noticed something was missing in her and other's ability to cope with the stresses and challenges facing them. This led Emma to begin her training in Mindfulness and explore what the teachings meant for her personally and professionally.


Emma strongly believes Mindfulness is a skill anyone can learn to help ourselves and others promote and increase positive changes in our physical and mental wellbeing.


Emma is currently working on a research project to complete her MSc in Studies in Mindfulness at Aberdeen University. Having originally trained as a nurse at Robert Gordons University, her nursing career gave her experience in acute settings such as Coronary Care and Accident and Emergency.