Many people think yoga is only for bendy women in Lululemon leggings. But to me, yoga is for every body. And it’s so much more than just a physical practice. With me as your guide, you’ll not only become stronger and more flexible, but more attentive to yourself and to the people around you.
For flexibility & recovery – Using gentle stretches, we’ll help you achieve greater ease of movement, and recover faster from your workouts or past injuries.
For mobility & strength – Using mobility drills and yoga poses, we’ll increase your range of motion in the hips and shoulders, and build your overall strength.
For stress relief & muscle release – Using massage therapy techniques, we’ll help you relax and recover faster from your workouts.
Most people today know me as a gentle, soft-spoken yoga teacher, but I used to be a hard-nosed journalist working for The Straits Times. As a SPH overseas scholar, I graduated from Columbia University in New York and was on my way to become one of the paper’s youngest editors.
That all changed when my partner died of cancer. I left the newsroom and became increasingly interested in yoga and mental health, eventually becoming certified as a yoga instructor teaching Vinyasa, Hatha, Yin and Restorative Yoga.
Through yoga, I’ve begun to make peace with my past trauma, and I continue to work on myself on my personal journey.
In my classes, I hope to inspire my students to reflect on the changes they want to see in their lives, and to work towards embodying those changes.
I believe in helping students create a safe and meaningful practice in which they can discover new pathways to build functional strength, flexibility, and self-love.
My home studio is located on the 2nd storey of a renovated shophouse in Serangoon Gardens. It is designed with a zen aesthetic using neutral colours to create an environment of peace and serenity. I also provide top quality yoga mats and props for your comfort and convenience.
All mats and props are sanitised regularly to keep you safe and COVID-free.