My classes are taught with a strong focus on connecting the breath with movement, a foundation in the concept of individual alignment and cultivating a mind-body connection.
I teach with an awareness of functional anatomy, with a belief that there is no “one size fits all” for a yoga pose.
My adult classes are very much focused on a therapeutic approach to yoga, finding comfort and ease in our bodies.
I have zero interest in yoga gymnastics! I believe the most advanced yoga pose is sitting in meditation.
Students are encouraged to listen to their bodies and become aware of their own skeletal and muscular variations, focusing on developing strength, flexibility and balance within their own practise.
Classes can be arranged in the comfort of your own home, function room, work place or even outside at flexible times to suit your schedule.
I am passionate about sharing the benefits of meditation with students and making it an accessible practise for everyone.
Meditation has so many benefits, including:
Meditation has really changed my life, not easy for someone who could never sit still!
I attend sessions at a local Meditation Centre in order to further develop my own meditation practise and love to share what I have learnt with others.
A yoga practise incorporating asana (yoga postures) pranayama (breathing exercises) and meditation.
Special classes for expectant mummies in their second and third trimesters.
Poses are modified for this exciting life stage, with areas of focus including relieving back pain, releasing tight hips and building strong arms and legs.
Calming breathing techniques and pelvic floor exercises are taught to prepare you for your little one's arrival.
All postures are either seated or lying down and held for 3-5 minutes.
Yin Yoga targets the deep layers of connective tissues.
Ideal for releasing tension and cultivating stillness in mind and body.
Sitting at desks in front of computer screens for long periods of time can result in neck and shoulder tension, tight hips, lower back pain, tired eyes and...a lot of stress. This all prevents us from operating at our true potential.
Yoga in the workplace focuses on de-stressing, increasing energy and gaining a physical release.
I have experience teaching Chair Yoga in corporate settings across Hong Kong.
Classes can be conducted in office attire in conference rooms on chairs or on the floor, with a focus on gentle stretching, breathing exercises to boost brain activity and guided meditations to calm stress.