Aberdeen health and wellness entrepreneur Emma Ross shared centre stage with TV personalities, bestselling authors, acknowledged world leaders in nutrition, health, diet, food, juicing and detoxing at ‘The Best You Expro’ held in Olympia on the earlier this month
Emma who is co-founder of the Urban Wellness Hub, Aberdeen Hot Yoga, Urban Wellness with Emma and Aberdeen Bowen shared the stage with the likes of Paul McKenna, Dr. Hazel Wallace AKA The Food Medic, juicer Jason Vale, multi-millionaire & philanthropic investor, Eric Ho, Lily Simpson Chef and founder of Detox Kitchen, Jin Zhi, multinational business and property magnate.
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She was delighted to be personally invited to share the stage with an “Aroma Yoga Experience” talk to Day 1 visitors and speaking again on Day 2 about where she has come from, and her adventure getting there, and share with attendees how passionate she is about creating change.
Over 600 visitors signed up with Emma at her stand following her talks. Fortunately she was assisted by sister Fiona and friends Elise Noble and Suzie Kovacs from London and Kim McConnachie and Suzanne Christie from Aberdeen, each of whom are in Emma’s distribution network for doTerra Oil® which she uses to compliment her Yoga teaching in workshops, classes and lectures.
Emma is a qualified body work therapist in a number of modalities, emotions mentor coach and a qualified yoga teacher and yoga Sports Science CoachTM.
Emma has competed and refereed at international level and represented Scotland in the touch rugby World Cup.