• Sri Suttur Math – Mysore Branch Chamundi Foot Hills, Gundurao Nagar, Chamundipuram, Mysuru, Karnataka 570025
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Emily McBurnie drowned when she was 3 and spent 11 minutes on the other side. When she returned to her physical body she had gifts that enabled her to connect with spirits, heal, and intuitively tune into people in distress.

Born in Outback, Emily comes from a long line of healers and psychics. She grew up wandering the caves of Ayers Rock, the waterfalls of Kakadu National Park and the underground opal mines in Central Australia. She has travelled the world leading workshops, presenting at festivals, hosting retreats and teacher training some of the world’s most gifted Yogis.

Emily teaches many lineages including Yin Yoga, Restorative Hot Stone, Kundalini, Ashtanga, Vinyasa and Iyengar. Her teacher’s personal mentors were Sri B.K.S Iyengar, K. Pattabhi Jois and Yogi Bhajan. As a former newsreader and journalist, Emily is a Yoga Writer currently working on two books about her path to Enlightenment, Manifestation and a TEDWomen talk about manifesting a life without heartbreak. Emily is currently based in Ubud, Bali where she trains with local healers and energy workers.

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