About Emily Pulletz


Content Creator
Favourite asana: Halasana
Based in: UK/India


When I first started making changes in my life to support my mental health, I didn’t quite realize that what I was implementing were the practices of Yoga and Ayurveda. But in fact that was exactly what was happening. I started creating a daily routine, cooking grounding, warm foods like dahl, moved to the countryside to live by the sea and immerse myself in Nature… The changes were simple but profoundly healing. This is the beauty of Ayurveda. It feels like remembering something that deep down you already know. Later, when I  was told about the principles of Ayurveda, suddenly all the dots connected. Ayurveda brought together all of the puzzle pieces of physical, mental and spiritual health. 

My first asana teacher was from Rishikesh, India and he happened to be living in my hometown in the UK teaching donation based classes. I went along and he taught Yoga in a way that I had never experienced before: he taught me not only about the physical asana, but the importance of Yoga off the mat too. That was when I realized just how deep the teachings of Yoga and Ayurveda truly go. 

Inspired and intrigued, I went to Rishikesh myself to do my Yoga Teacher Training and since then it has become the compass for my life. 

The concept of Isvarapranidhana, or surrender to God/higher power,  has been hugely influential for me. Trusting each step along the journey of Yoga has always led me to the next necessary stage of learning, and working as part of the Hale Pule team was truly one of those profound steps. 

I love to take the teachings of Ayurveda and Yoga and transmit them into informative, beautiful and inspiring content, knowing that perhaps it might be the beginning of someone else’s journey with Yoga and Ayurveda.