Private Yoga Classes
Having a private yoga instructor who can tailor and personalise lessons to your own needs provides you with a different perspective. Imagine classes being conducted at the comfort of your home. You won’t have to worry about squeezing in traffic or arriving late for class. It will only cause you to stress further when you are actually supposed to be attending a relaxation exercise. When classes are conducted at your own home, you can focus and get your mind in the right state before lessons commence. Once you are in the right state of mind, you will have a more fulfilling journey in search of inner peace. Let’s not forget that a healthier lifestyle also awaits you through regular yoga practice!
How Private Yoga Class Can Benefit You?
Preferred Day, Time & Location
Private yoga class provides you with such a luxury as lessons can be arranged to cater to your own personal schedule.
All of our instructors are certified by schools that are recognised by the Yoga Alliance. If you would like to verify their certificate, kindly inform us.
You get to choose the areas to focus on. For example, you can either choose to focus on your weaknesses or practice new yoga poses or postures.
This means that you won’t have to struggle to keep up with others. We are aware that in group lessons, the instructor is unable to assist every student due to time constraints. However, by having private yoga classes, the attention will be fully on you. This means that your chances of progressing faster will be much higher.
The lesson fee shown below is based on a per month (4 classes) basis. It is fixed and nett. We DO NOT charge GST or any hidden cost.
Fixed-Class Rates (4 Classes)
- Fixed-Class Rates are based on 4 classes
- Class duration: 60 mins
- Fixed venue/day/time each week
- Fixed number of students
- Fixed participants
- Fixed instructor
- Ideal for students with a fixed weekly schedule
- We only offer Fixed-Class Pre/Postnatal Yoga, do note the rate for these classes are higher than others
Flexi-Class Rates (4 Classes) & One-off Class
- Flexi-Class Rates are based on 4 classes
- Class duration: 60 mins
- Flexible day/time each week
- Fixed number of students
- Fixed participants
- Fixed instructor
- Ideal for students with no fixed schedule
- One-off classes are suitable for students interested in trying out yoga or different instructors
How to Register?
First, take a look at the various types of Yoga classes that we have to offer. Next, decide on which is the most suitable for you. After that, fill up the registration form and send it to us. We will contact you to make further arrangements at our soonest.
Choose Your Type Of Yoga
Since 2012, OMG Yoga has grown to over a pool of 100 yoga instructors. Here is an non-exhaustive list of our yoga instructors. The allocation of the instructor will be made by OMG Yoga based on the class venue and schedule. There will be additional charges for students who request for a specific instructor.
Chi Wai has been practicing yoga for more than 10 years. Inspired by a teacher in Hong Kong, he practiced more often to overcome the body stiffness.
After relocating to Singapore he completed the RYS-200hrs Teacher Training in 2009. His passion in yoga continued to grow. Among many different yoga styles, Yin Yoga draws his attention.
In 2014, he finished the Yin Yoga teacher training conducted by Victor Chng. He now has experience in teaching Hatha and Yin Yoga in both group and private classes.
Dwi always love doing sports. Since moving to Singapore, she has been trying different exercises but it does bore her at times. She decided to sign up for yoga classes with a non-commercial organisation here in Singapore. From there, they approached her to be volunteer instructor and trained her. They also trained her in yoga therapy to handle student who has heart issues, bronchitis, diabetes and spine issues.
Dwi had the privilege of working with passionate people who were willing to teach others for free. She has been doing that for the past 8 years along with her full-time job. Eventually, she decided to pursue another training (RYS-200hr with Tirisula Yoga) in order to teach professionally.
With her daily practice of asana, pranayama, mudras, and meditation, she offers a complete package for training the mind, body and soul. As written in BKS. Iyengar book “The yogi never neglects or mortifies the body or the mind, but cherishes both. To him the body is not an impediment to his spiritual liberation not it is the cause of its fall but is an instrument of attainment,” which she believes in.
Stella’s yoga journey began in her college life, when she was dealing with stress and personal issues. Since then, her practice has been a form of emotional and physical therapy for her, which helped her find her inner peace and balance in life.
Upon graduation from Nanyang Technological University with a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Economics, Stella went deeper into her practice focusing on alignments and breathing. Stella’s passion and love for yoga gave her courage to undergo her 200-hour training with Master Paalu Ramasamy and Master Satya Chong in Singapore. That was the start of her life as a yoga teacher to share her love for yoga and enhance the wellbeing of her students.
As a yoga teacher, Stella believes in establishing strong foundations in yoga through proper alignments and breathing techniques. Her teaching style also combines spiritual wisdom along with benefits (beauty, physical and therapeutic) of yoga. She hopes that everyone will leave her class with positive energy.
Wei Qi has been practicing yoga since 2011, mostly Vinyasa and Power Flow. Yoga has been a place to challenge and understand her body, clear her mind, and of recent, a place to reclaim herself.
She went on a 200 Hrs Yoga Teacher Training in July 2017 to deepen her practice and learn to teach. Wei Qi feels that teaching yoga would be a very fulfilling journey for her right now – to be able to help others with a practice that she loves, and to improve/play with the art of teaching.
Cedric didn’t get involve in Yoga back then as he believed it was a female ‘sport’ although he was working for a reputable Yoga organization in Malaysia. Seeing how the ladies carved themselves into some unbelievable postures that required great flexibility, he couldn’t seem to find the benefit of the practice then. It was only when he started his marketing career did his interest in the wellness and sports industry took off. He found it interesting and educational to lead the public to eat, live, exercise and think positively and healthily through marketing messages.
It changes his perspective in terms of how he saw people around me – how he slowed his pace given Singapore’s hectic lifestyle – how peaceful he is in handling work stress – how open his mind could be in accepting differences in others. This was the start of Cedric’s journey. He began to accept himself of who he was and how he could influence other people through his words, actions and gestures.
He also found a deep passion in practicing Ashtanga Yoga with his teacher. What Cedric loved about her was her patience, dedication, great sense of awareness and strict teaching in each student. Thus, from not being able to do drop back, he was able to do so within the second month.
Estee began practicing yoga in an attempt to balance her hectic lifestyle in Singapore. It was not until 2012 when she relocated to the states and fell in love with yoga.
She studied primarily with Darren Rhodes and Sam Rice. In 2013, she completed her 200-hr with Darren Rhodes and Brigette Finley in Tucson, Arizona and was honoured to be the first and only Yogahour certified teacher in Singapore.
She has also completed several trainings with Christina Sell, Darren Rhodes and Sam Rice, to name a few. Estee started her teaching career in the states before deciding to return back to Singapore. Estee is also certified to teach pre and post natal yoga.
Estee’s classes offer a fun flow that includes clear and specific alignment instructions. She believes that yoga should be accessible to people across all ages and feels passionate about empowering her students to strengthen their bodies and minds through yoga. She is eternally grateful to her teachers for guiding her through her journey and teaches yoga as a way to give back.
Having started Yoga in 2011, Esther has not ever looked back since seeing how it has honed and nurtured her as a whole. With decisions to embark Yoga professionally, she took on the YTT course at Prabhu Yoga @ Yoga Club to not only gain in depth knowledge as well as to impart her knowledge to others.
Now that Esther is Yoga Alliance Certified, specializing in Hatha and Vinyasa styles, she would like to realise the dream of being a Yoga Instructor. She is constantly inspired by others and hope to inspire in her own way through her classes.
Janice has been practising yoga since 2009 and yoga has been part of her daily routine. She gains physical strength and learning the beauty of being mindful in every aspects of her life. Always been one to enjoy flow and movement, she then decide to deepen her practice and went on to complete her 200HR Teacher Training Course (Vinyasa) in Sydney with Blair Hughes.
She believes that yoga is for everyone and she hopes to share the greatness that yoga has to offer.
Jeanie started her yoga journey back in 2003 and she is still loving it! It has helped her physically with strength and flexibility for her active lifestyle, as well as benefited her mentally with calm, mindfulness and focus that enhance many areas of her life. Jeanie’s goal is to share the benefits of yoga and help others enhance their life the way it has enhance hers.
She completed her 200 hours Sanathana style Hatha and Ashtanga yoga at Nepal Yoga Academy. She is now offering yoga and mindfulness practice.
Jeanie is also a fitness nut, an avid runner and a Muay Thai enthusiast. She is capable of tailoring her classes for such individuals too. She believes that yoga can help everyone find their edge and live a healthier life.
Jess has developed the knowledge of yoga over the years and is now passionate about teaching and sharing of yoga practice.
Through regular practice of Yoga, she has overcome injuries on her ankles, plantar fasciitis and Piriformis syndrome. She has benefited much from yoga practice.
She is a certified 200hrs Yoga Teacher, trained with Tirisula Yoga, Yoga Vedanta Training Academy (Yoga Alliance) under Master Paalu Ramasamy and Satya Chong. She is also certified “The Art of Adjustments” trained by Vari Morales. Jess has attended the Dual zone Myofascial training by Nelson Chong, Functional Training Institute.
Her style of teaching is gentle, friendly, and she provides step-by step-guidance when changing poses.
Joseph is a RYT 500 Hours Certified Trainer and has been a dedicated yoga practitioner and meditator for more than 17 years. Through his years of diligent practice with many renowned yoga teachers, Joseph’s daily personal practice and teaching has transformed into one of “mindfulness” and “compassion”, which has inspired and benefited many people from all walks of life around the world.
Depending on the goals of his students, as well as their physical, mental, and emotional state on that very day, Joseph will customize the yoga practice accordingly to meet the bodily needs of his students.
Regardless of whether you have just started your yoga practice and hope to learn the basics of yoga from an experienced teacher, or you are dealing with some bodily injuries/imbalances and wish to explore yoga therapy and meditation as part of your recuperation process, or perhaps you simply need some effective guidance from an advanced practitioner in accomplishing a certain advanced yoga pose, Joseph will be very delighted to serve you.
Khanh has been practicing Hatha yoga, Vinyasa yoga, Power yoga and Acroyoga since 2013 and has fell in love with yoga ever since. The spiritual together with the benefits that she has experienced in yoga have given her an encouragement and an urge to achieve further.
She has completed 500 hours of training, which includes 200 hours of Hatha-Vinyasa and another 300 hours of Hatha. With the knowledge Khanh has learned during the teacher training and gained from her own practice and experience, it helps her to distinguish and bring about awareness as well as harmony into her practice. It also creates the drive and passion in her to help others to find their own way of healing through yoga as most are living fast paced lives filled with complex challenges.
Tiffany is a meticulous yoga and fitness coach who is excellent at juggling multiple tasks and working under pressure. She has broad industry experience that includes dealing with children with special needs, professional athletes and everyday gym-goers.
Tiffany is committed to teaching the core principles of anatomy and the mechanics of movement. She focuses on using her strong educational foundation to help clients achieve their fitness goals.
Michelle started yoga in 2013 in a bid to lose weight. Never did she imagine that it would have such a great influence on her life. The physical and mental health benefits, focus and stillness from Yoga increased her curiosity to deepen her practice.
She completed her first teacher training under Copper Crow’s guidance at Pure Yoga. Michelle’s teaching style is compassionate and mindful, with the intention of making yoga accessible to everyone, regardless of age or ability. Incorporating breathing techniques and mindfulness in her practice, she balances a class with self-discovery, fun and challenge.
A self-declared student of life, Michelle believes in the potential of Yoga to empower and transform lives positively, on and off the mat.
Andra started yoga ten years ago as a way to cope with stress and find balance. Over the last two years since living in Singapore, she turned to yoga as a way to familiarise herself to the new city. No matter how far away home is, the language and expression of yoga is the same.
As a holistic nutritionist, she believes in yoga as a key ingredient in a healthy and balanced lifestyle and this is what prompted her to take her first 200 hr YTT in Ubud, Bali. The lush nature and beautiful surroundings of Bali inspired her to take her yoga out into the world’s best studio, nature.
Since her training, she has been teaching yoga in parks and on the beach. Andra teaches an Anusara inspired Hatha flow class. She loves to weave in inspiring themes and invites her students to explore yoga postures rather than hold them.
Azyan has been teaching and training since 17 and is a graduate from Tirisula Yoga trained by Master Paalu Ramasamy (Brillionnaire) and Master Satya Wei Ling, Singapore and studied under some of the world’s most respected yogis such as John Ogilvie, Rodney Yee , Colleen Saidman and James Figuera.
Azyan has a background in Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga and her style of teaching is structured to suit the individual.
Her approach to yoga classes in a lighthearted but focused manner, steering her students towards a focused, dedicated and balanced experience to assist them in gaining clarity and peace of mind offering a change in their lives. Satisfied and loyal clientele varies from top-notch CEO to polytechnic athletes.
Clarisse has been practicing Yoga since 2015. She decided to take the Teacher Training Course under the guidance of Dr. Akondi Sree Rama Chandra Murty in September that same year.
Yoga completely changed her life. Clarisse used to have bad posture with serious hunching problem, and that cause her to have low self-esteem. Yoga helped her to realign her posture and through yoga, she managed to regain her confidence, physical and mentally.
Clarisse’s wish is to promote the health benefit of yoga as well as share what she has learned to everyone who wish to pursue a better health physically and mentally.
Han Fei is grateful for the opportunity to teach, share and continue to grow as a student and as a teacher. His teacher training school, Yoga Seeds have provided him with the essential knowledge to teach and instruct a full Hatha Class, Pranayama and also anatomy knowledge to customise poses to the student’s own needs.
For his own practice, Han Fei has been practicing Hatha Yoga and Meditation for close to 4 years to date. His deepest interest lies in Yoga Nidras / the art of Savasana. Before his Yoga Training, Han Fei spent 4 years in Vancouver, Canada to study the arts; Yoga has been in part, both a life-changing and life-saving experience. He would like to use this opportunity to share with others on how to heal with Yoga. (both physically and emotionally).
Haryati’s inqusitive nature and open mind was what brought her to her first yoga class. After more than 10 years of learning various yoga styles from many inspiring teachers, she is now sharing her passion of yoga with others.
Currently, she keeps myself humbled and challenged with the Ashtanga practice. Haryati can safely and responsibly guide students in both Ashtanga Vinyasa and Hatha yoga styles, focusing on breath and alignment. She has been teaching half primary led Ashtanga Vinyasa in Singapore and private classes for over a year and hopes to continue to learn and share this practice with others.
Ian loves yoga and has been a student of yoga since 2008 when he took his first lesson as part of an acting course in Los Angeles. However, it was not until 2010-2012 that he became serious with his practice when he went through a spiritual crisis. Through yoga, he was able to find relief and thus he committed his time into learning various forms of yoga such as Ashtanga, Hatha, Iyengar and Vinyasa through the 3,000 over classes he has practiced in America. Some of his many teachers include Briohny Smyth and Vinnie Marino.
In June 2013, Ian obtained his 200-hour yoga teacher training certificate from Yogaworks, under the tutelage of Senior Yoga Instructors Joan Hyman and Carmen Fitzgibbon. Since then he has returned back to Singapore to complete his undergraduate studies in SMU and has been teaching yoga twice a week during both the semesters of 2014. He teachers Vinyasa Flow yoga classes that are fun but challenging, with an emphasis on breath-synchronized movements. This is the form of yoga that Ian enjoys the most and he seeks to share what he has learnt in America through his classes.
For Ian, yoga is not about the tricks or the postures. It is about making time for oneself and finding one’s centre amidst the busy world we live in. He believes that life is short and that it should be spent laughing, with the people we love, and doing the things we enjoy the most, like yoga!
Gary started his yoga practice since 2003. He is now a certified Hatha Yoga Instructor from Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Academy.
He is currently teaching in Fitness Centers and corporate classes. Gary has a great passion for yoga knowledge and practices and is constantly upgrading his skills. Gary majors in Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Ashtanga yoga, Floating Yoga and Therapy Yoga.
Once in every 6 months, Gary organises Yoga vacations and retreats in Bali and other South East Asia countries.
Juvena is a Yoga practitioner since 2013 and is trained in teaching Hatha Yoga. She has taught Yoga in many different countries too. Aside from that, she is compassionate, adaptable, easy-going and able to connect with people from different backgrounds.
Her objective is to share the benefits of yoga to all; regardless of age, gender, body types and fitness level.
Having discovered her passion for yoga, Karim decided to make a change in her life by taking her practice to a new level and becoming a teacher. She is totally convinced of the numerous benefits (physical, spiritual, mental) yoga has to offer and her goal is to motivate her students to discover them by themselves.
A native of Peru, Karim is a Registered Yoga Teacher with an extensive background in modern dance, ballet and Pilates for which she had trained for years with local masters. She started her yoga teacher journey in 2013, right after her first 200RYT by teaching an honorem classes in the communities she was part of and teaching private classes to friends and acquaintances for almost a year. Right after her second formal training, Karim started working in renowned studios, gyms and clubs in Houston, Texas where she resided for five years. She has also worked for the corporate sector and condominiums.
Born in Ukraine, Kateryna was lucky to get acquainted with the Ukrainian Federation of Yoga and eventually, hooked onto yoga. Yoga became her way of life and taught her an art of little steps.
Now, a constant, slow and steady progress is important for her. Singapore gave Kateryna the opportunity to grow in yoga. She graduated from her 200h YTT where she soaked in a great amount of new knowledge about yoga and found new directions to develop and improve her practice.
Kateryna is happy to share her love of yoga with others.
Magali is a RYT500 and RPYT certified yoga instructor, with 9 years of experience in teaching and more than 14 years of practice, a drama therapist with a broad range of expertise and experience in working with people under any health condition and a medical clown working in hospitals. She started studying and teaching Yoga in Brazil, where she participated in academic studies at the School of Medicine of Sao Paulo, regarding the auxiliary use of Yoga on psychiatric treatments, nervous system disturbs, orthopaedic issues and some chronicle diseases management. In 2008, she went to India and initiated studies in Vedanta, Sanskrit, Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy. Back to Brazil, she conducted yoga classes being recommended by Orthopaedists, Psychologists, Psychiatrists and Ayurveda practitioners to their patients.
After teaching Yoga in the UK for almost 2 years, she moved to Singapore, where since 2012, has been teaching Hatha Yoga, Power Yoga, Yoga Therapy, Restorative classes, Pre and Post Natal Yoga, Yoga for elderly, Yoga for people with special needs.
Her classes are tailored to offer solid foundation on how to perform asanas (yoga poses) with proper alignment, with and without props, combining pranayamas, bandhas, yoganidra and meditation, encouraging students to develop their own practice and to improve self-awareness, emotional and physical balance, gratitude for life and joy.
Natalie has been practicing yoga for 3+ years. Her journey began with Ashtanga yoga in 2012 whilst working in the corporate world. What started as a workout turned into a lifestyle and she decided that she wanted to teach yoga as this would allow her to do something she is passionate about and also help others lead healthier lifestyle by practising yoga. It is this passion that has helped her grow so much in such a short time.
In 2012, she enrolled in the renowned Tirisula Yoga’s 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training Course, accredited by the International Yoga Alliance, studying the philosophy, physiology and anatomy of yoga and graduated with a Diploma in the 200-hour teacher training course. Not satisfied, she pursued teaching yoga to children and in December 2013, she received her certification to teach yoga to kids and families, also accredited by the International Yoga Alliance.
Coming from a training background as a corporate trainer in an MNC, Natalie ensured that that her learning continued in order to keep abreast with the latest practices in yoga instruction. She attends yoga workshops whenever she can and will soon be completing a 100-hour Yoga for Pregnancy, Birth and Baby Teacher Training under the careful guidance of Dr Jean Byrne and Michelle Papa.
Natalie has been conducting private classes, small group classes and corporate classes for the past 1½ years. In that time, Natalie has worked closely with individuals of different body types, providing her with a deeper understanding of physical limitations and individual pace. This accumulated experience also gives her insights into providing posture and alignments adjustments for her students which add value to these sessions.
Pik Heong started practicing yoga back in 2012 as a form of exercise to keep fit and to release her work stress. After practicing yoga, she realised that Yoga is also able to improve her thinking and lifestyle.
She went on to complete her 500-hour Advanced International Teacher Training accredited by Yoga Alliance. Currently, she is continuing her personal development conducted by her Master.
Pik Wui was very passionate in aerial fitness sport, but had to stop in 2013 due to pregnancy. With the intention of preparing her body back into the aerial fitness sport, Pik Wui began her yoga journey in 2016 as a form of therapy to find strength and flexibility back into the muscles after continuous child birth for 3 years.
Pik Wui’s love for yoga deepened when she personally experienced the benefits yoga had brought to her body and mind. She decided to further her knowledge in yoga in 2018 where her practice evolved and unfolded further. Slowly, she saw and felt how yoga complemented very well with her aerial fitness sport. Pik Wui believes in teaching with an authentic comfortable approach, creating a nurturing and safe environment for students to improve their life, energy and vitality. She hopes to share her love for yoga to her kids one day,
She believes that yoga brings a unique and different beneficial experience to each individual. Yoga is not just about being flexible, there is so much more to that. Pik Wui’s class will assist students to bring more awareness and focus on getting and feeling the alignment of each Asana, thereby increasing the benefits in strengthening and releasing tension in each body.
Sapphire is a fitness advocate who is enthusiastic in promoting the concept of “health is wealth” to people, by teaching and guiding them through to achieve the desired long-term fitness goals. She completed her RYS 200-Hour Teacher Training back in 2015 and has been teaching privately since then.
Being passionate about fitness and health, Stella started her yoga journey in 2010 by exploring the different styles of yoga. Drawn to the mind and body connection of yoga, she eventually immersed herself in the study and practice of Hatha and Ashtanga. She attained her 500-hour Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training certification in Singapore.
Stella’s mission is not only to teach yoga as a form of exercise but to shed light on finding balance and attaining good health. Stella likes to keep her group classes fun and challenging while ensuring her students maintain good basic form.
Stella also believes every individual is unique, and in her private classes, makes every effort to customise lesson plans according to her students’ needs.
Tayra is a motivated yoga instructor who specialises in Hatha Yoga, Gentle Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Yoga Stretch, Hatha Flow, Hot Yoga amongst others. She enjoys inspiring others to improve wellness and is committed to long-term health and fitness goals.
Tayra is energetic and outgoing with a collaborative spirit. She focuses on connecting to movement to build heat, strength and flexibility. She believes the practice of yoga can achieve physical and mental well-being and hence, improve the overall quality of life.
Terence first started yoga in 2014 to take a much-needed breather from his hectic corporate job. In what was just a few studio sessions, he began experiencing powerful transformation of the mind and body; enhanced strength, focus and flexibility. The frequent muscle cramps and bad postures he once suffered were gradually gone too. Along the way, he met incredible teachers who later inspired him to deepen his practice and knowledge in a 200-hour Hatha/Ashtanga teacher training course.
Tapping on the holistic approach of yoga, students are guided safely in their practice through hands-on alignment and breathing cues to gain awareness of both the mental and physical body. Terence’s teaching style is composed, patient and sometimes, playful. He believes that once you place your focus on the mat, you own your practice and nothing else matters. Off the mat, he is a travel junkie who delights in capturing beautiful moments with a small range of camera gears.
Yarita did Bikram for a year in 2006 to maintain her flexibilty as a golfer. She had to stop due to her work and travelling schedule (did not have much time to play golf either). In late 2013, she took up running, swimming and multi-sports to regain her fitness level and has not stopped since.
In January 2018, Yarita went back to yoga as she was planning to phase out from running long distance. 6 months later, she signed up for 200hr yoga teacher training. immediately after she had graduated, she started a weekly multilevel class. Yarita’s passion is to inspire beginner yogis especially runners to take care of their mind and body through the fundamental of yoga.
Alice loves the dynamics of teaching and has a special interest in yoga therapy. Every body and mind is unique. It’s a challenge to teach a group class and yet be mindful of each individual’s limitations and needs.
Alice feels honoured and humbled to be a guiding light in her students’ yoga journey. The effects of yoga are like ripples resonating far and wide. She is touched that not only do her students reap the benefits of yoga physically, mentally and spiritually, but the positive energy that they exude will positively impact the people around them.
Alice is certified in 200 hrs Yoga Teacher’s Training Course which is registered and qualified with Yoga Alliance USA certification standards.
She is further certified in 30 hrs Yoga Therapy Course and 50 hrs Yoga Anatomy Training Course, both in collaboration with Kaivalyadhama Yoga Institute Lonavla Pune, India.
Bao Ing obtained her 200 hours yoga teacher training (universal yoga) RYS200 certificate in 2015. She has been practicing yoga for more than a decade. She started yoga when she was in university. Then she met a teacher who inspired her to practice further and deeper. Bao Ing joined universal yoga teacher training in 2015 and started teaching in 2017.
Since then, Bao Ing had two pregnancies and that did not make her stop her yoga practices. Yoga indeed makes her more energetic, happier and fresher every single day. She believes yoga benefits everyone, from young to old.
As a long distance runner, Corrine has done speed endurance and strength training for years. Running is competitive and high impact, causing much wear and tear to her knees. Through yoga, she started balancing her body in different ways— strength and flexibility, lower body and upper body, left and right sides, active body and peaceful mind. She learnt to isolate and control different muscle groups, allowing her body to be much more efficient. At the same time, she was able to gain more mastery over her mind, allowing herself to remain quiet and focused over a longer period of time.
Since Corrine started clocking teaching hours as part of her Yoga Instructor Course at Union Yoga, she has been teaching classes regularly at her neighbourhood and giving ad-hoc classes to different groups, in both Mandarin and English. Her class size ranges from one single student to more than 20 per session. She enjoys guiding her students to a higher awareness of their strengths and limitations, and how to overcome them. Her class size at my neighbourhood has since grown steadily in numbers to a regular attendance of at least 10 per week. Her students consist of both young and old members, from ages 10 to 70, and a median age of about 40.
Yoga has helped Corrine grow physically, mentally, emotionally and intellectually. She only wishes to introduce yoga to more people so that they can also benefit from it.
Emilia started her personal yoga journey in 2010 and has been teaching yoga since 2017. Yoga has become a way of life for her and she is passionate in trying to pass on the gift of yoga to anyone seeking a healthier lifestyle. She is definitely more focused about practicing yoga as a body and mind wellness rather than just a physical fitness, using yoga to help with restoring and healing the body and mind.
Emilia’s classes aim to be a mindful meditative practice involving breathing exercises together with the physical practice. This helps with bringing a mental and physical awareness to the present moment and learning to listen and respect the body.
An open mind, a willing heart and good giving hands ignite Esther on a transformative experience. Motivated to get off the couch, Esther got on the mat. Through her yoga journey, she has seen improvements in overall body system and physique, cultivation of mindfulness and patience for herself and friends.
Service-oriented at heart, Esther is dedicated to customize classes in order to crystallize students’ goals. She works on the framework of proper alignment as building blocks of a safe, sound and progressive practice. Additionally, her gentle, motivating and soothing voice enhances the calming experience for students.
Esther has completed 200 hours of Yoga Teacher Training with Lynn Yeo and Sumei Shum at Space and Light Studios, a Yoga Alliance accredited school. Furthermore, she has broadened her Yoga knowledge through 100 hours of Yin Yoga Teacher Training with Victor Chng, founder of Yin Yoga in Asia. Esther teaches Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa Flow Yoga, Gentle Yoga, Power Yoga, Restorative Yoga, and Yin Yoga to individuals and groups.
Gina is a reliable, dedicated and motivated yoga instructor with a passion to promote health and wellness through yoga. She is looking for opportunities to help others reap the same rewards as she has of the holistic practice.
Gina wants to be better today than she was yesterday. She believes that yoga is not about whether one can perfect a pose or touch their toes, but developing the ‘invisible muscle’ to understand one’s body and mind with all their limitations, and nurture the power to elevate themselves to the physical and mental level that they want.
Jasz believes that yoga is for everyone. Whether it is for physical, mental or spiritual development, yoga says it all. A simple asana (yoga posture) if done with proper awareness could reap benefits as good as a challenging one.
She observes that most people feel intimidated in a yoga class when they could not perform an asana; while others stay at a respectful distance from the practice thinking that flexibility is a requirement. Jasz would love to share the yoga practice with everyone, help people see the beauty and benefits of the practice, and invite all to explore this inner journey together.
A strong believer of lifelong learning, Jasz completed her 200 hours teacher’s training with Sri Ramananda Yoga Ashram in 2016 and started coaching private and group students. And just recently, she returned from Mysore, India, after a 100-hour intensive training in yoga asanas, pranayamas, yoga philosophy, chanting and meditation. Jasz is also a meditation teacher and facilitates healing workshops. She is a musician and studies the application of sound for physical, mental and emotional well-being.
Kenneth’s experience working as a professional dancer has helped him to have a better understand of his yoga practise and teaching. He provides a wide range of yoga classes and customised instruction for individual skill, experience and body type.
His keen interest in promoting wellness lead him to pursue related courses like Reiki, Thai yoga massage, sound meditation etc. Kenneth is a strong believer in how yoga can benefit a person spiritually, mentally and physically.
Lishan is a yoga teacher, fitness instructor and holistic healer who has been practicing since 2013. Her students range from kids to the elderly and she has taught in Bali, Philippines and Mongolia. She has found that yoga brought her profound inner transformation and emotional release with her healing from depression and eating disorders.
Her classes in the styles of Hatha, Vinyasa and Yin are intuitively customised to meet the needs of her students while exploring their physical and mental limits. Lishan’s classes aims to help students achieve agility, strength, balance, flexibility and deep relaxation.
She is also a high intensity interval training and strength and conditioning instructor for workouts in boot camps and on floating mats in water that improve one’s stability, functional strength and endurance. Calisthenics and cardio were her first love before she discovered the holistic science of a yogic lifestyle. Lishan’s passion for health and wellness has her certified in hatha vinyasa, reiki, sound healing, reflexology, neurolinguistic programming and more.
Lishan personalises a combination of postures, focus, breath-work and mindfulness in her creative classes and workshops to bring a whole host of benefits in aligning mind, body and spirit while making sure students are always challenged with variety. She hopes that what her students learn on the mat will equip them with the mental fortitude and calm attitude that they can take through life’s ups and downs. Lishan loves sharing her knowledge to the community and has taught in several expeditions and retreats, hotels, corporate companies, orphanages, schools and elderly centres. She wishes that yoga, fitness and wellness will ignite an inner transformation that connects people to their whole selves and find their true purpose to maximise their full potential.
Yoga has been a part of Lu Sin’s life since 2015. It helps her grow stronger, become more flexible and confidence both physically and mentally. Lu Sin coaches public and private classes in both English and Mandarin. She completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training at Rishikul Yogshala, in Rishikesh, India, the birth place of yoga.
She is deeply grateful for the wisdom, love and care that the teachers have shared with her. “If you can breathe, you can do yoga”, regardless of age, interest or experience, there is always a style that will suit you. Lu Sin feels honoured to be a part of others’ journey to realising the peace and joy that yoga practise can bring to them.
Noraini began her yoga journey in 2012 after going through a major breakdown of depression due to single parenthood and the demise of a family member. She was looking for some activities to keep her mind off it.
After many years of being actively involve with high intensity sports , she developed an early stage of arthritis. She couldn’t do much running or zumba fitness. After she was introduced to Bikram hot yoga, which helped her joint pain, she was hooked. Since then, she has tried other variations of yoga to slowly adjust herself.
Noraini took up a Reiki course to learn more about meditation as well as understand more on Chakras and Aura energy. Over the years, she began to feel more positive and has been off medication for good. She took her 200YTT with Yoga Seeds to learn the basic and foundation of yoga before switching from her corporate job to share this journey with others, especially people who went through the same experience but have no clue where to start.
Having been designing fashion products for the past 10 years, Chy decided that the corporate stress shall not be a permanent factor in her life and begin regularly practicing yoga. She found beauty in the way yoga allows the body to move different muscles & organs, and as she practices, she got better with time.
After going on yoga retreats, and falling in love with the spiritual & mindful aspects of yoga, Chy finally left her job to pursue yoga. She took up 200hr YTT in Bali, and came back with more clarity than ever. She wishes to share the beautiful ways the body can move & benefit with yoga. She teaches Vinyasa sessions to her circle of friends, enjoys outdoor yoga, and is always guided by mindfulness to others.
Ever since being introduced to Yoga as a practitioner since 2007, Pei Fung has been deeplyenchanted at the often therapeutic, focus, calm and health benefits that Yoga practicing has to offer. Since then, there was no turning back and she had made Yoga part of her everyday life, living the passion.
One fine day, Pei Fung made the boldest decision to take a bigger step in realising her dream of being a Yoga teacher, as a profession. She bid farewell to the food industry. By taking one small step at a time, Pei Fung started casual Yoga teaching to friends, acquaintances, and sometimes, strangers.
Not long later, she had the opportunity in offering Yoga classes as a rehabilitation process to returning leukemia patients at Tan Tock Seng Hospital. It is during this period of time that Pei Fung opened her eyes even broader in researching ways that she could apply Yoga as a therapy to help people both physically, and spiritually. Familiarity with body anamoty studies from her earlier experiences as an active member of St John’s ambulance during her schooling years, certainly helped a great deal.
Yan San is a RYT certified Hatha Vinyasa teacher under Yoga Alliance and Laughter Yoga Leader. Off the mat, she is also a Swimming Instructor. She emphasizes on holistic health and wellness, restorative fitness and healing through Yoga and Swimming.
Her teaching incorporates breath awareness, body alignment and an integral of strength, balance and flexibility. As a teacher, Yan San is warm yet professional, attentive and patience. She is available for Private, Group, School and Corporate classes and events.
Zann has been practising yoga since 2011. She recently just completed her 200 hours Yoga Alliance Accredited Teacher Training with PURE yoga and graduated with a certificate.
Although she knows that she is a fresh graduate, she will appreciate it if she is given a chance to teach. Zann has both the commitment as well as dedication and will teach with her whole heart while sharing her knowledge with students from what she has learnt so far.
Yoga and fitness have always been a strong passion and drive for Amelia. The miracle of the human body and its capabilities has always astounded her. Through this passion, she has over the years, develop the drive to spread the joy and benefits of yoga and fitness to others. She loves to share with others what the human body can do and how yoga and fitness combined or practiced together can help to achieve better health, more physical strength and flexibility, better focus, and a stronger mind, to tackle the tasks of one’s daily lives.
Amelia loves the opportunity to share her passion with those looking to improve their lives, physically, mentally, emotionally, even spiritually and evolve to be the very best versions of themselves. She is hardworking, a tough trainer, and yet patient and motivating. She is open to anyone who seeks to improve their practice, and their lives holistically.
Amelia has been practicing yoga for 11 years, while combining it with other fitness routines such as weight lifting, HIIT, Pilates, and cardio. She especially loves Power and Vinyasa style yoga. She obtained her yoga teaching certification from Tirisula Yoga in October 2014.
Christina’s passion and love for yoga started since 2005 when she was searching for her perfect workout. Her personal yoga practice is influenced by several yoga styles – Hatha Yoga, Iyengar Yoga as well as Hatha Vinyasa Yoga and her classes are suitable for both beginners and intermediate yoga practitioners.
Christina holds a RYS 200 hours Yoga Alliance Certified Yoga Instructor Certificate from Vivekananda Yoga Anusandhana Samsthana (Vyasa) Indian Yoga Institute, Bangalore, India.
Despite having years of devoted practice and study, Christina believes in continuing her yoga teaching practice to share yoga to all students with the aim to motivate and inspire students to connect with their inner self to explore their potential and heal through the power of Yoga.
Dana is an inspiring bilingual teacher with more than 15 years of experience teaching yoga programs globally. Accredited with the Yoga Alliance International Certificate (E500hrs), Dana shared her teaching experience in many countries – Taiwan, India, Malaysia, Australia, South Africa and Mongolia.
Her mastery of yoga knowledge and most importantly her teaching methodology brings out the best in her students. Her message is practical and relevant to daily life. Dana also teaches Yoga locally in schools & universities, corporate organizations and hospitals. Her students find her class inspiring, relaxing and enriching.
Deepti is internationally qualified and certified after completing the Ashtanga Vinyasa Teacher Training 200 hour course under Tirisula Yoga, Singapore. She was personally coached by Master Paalu Ramasamy and Master Satya Chong Weiling at Tirisula Yoga, one of the oldest yoga schools in Singapore.
She scored high distinctions in the course (83%) and finished in the Top 5 of the batch in Practical exam. Aside from that, she has also completed both the Kundalini Yoga module as well as the Kids Yoga module.
In fact, she is constantly advancing her yoga practice by attending “Master class” every week at Tirisula Yoga along with attending weekly meditation classes at SSMY, Singapore School of Meditation and Yoga.
Her strengths include arm balances, inversions, core and Pranayama.
Francesca is a certified yoga instructor who graduated from Yoga Vidya Gurukul in Nashik, India. She has been a professional dancer for over 20 years, and loves how yoga and dance compliments each other in terms of balance, control, focus and breathing.
Francesca is also a passionate rock climber, and yoga has played a huge part in her accomplishment of challenging routes. Yoga strengthens her muscles and joints, and more importantly leaving her injury-free from this extreme sport.
She ensures that her yoga classes are not all serious. Her light-hearted and fun-spirited approach would ease students to connect between the mind, body and spirit as they flow through their practice.
Peiyu’s passion for yoga stems from its subtle power to expand our space, quieten our minds and strengthen the mind-body connection. Initially picked up to stay lean and keep fit, Yoga for her has transitioned from purely a physical play to a deeper soul-nurturing practice.
In 2016, Peiyu received her 200-hour Yoga Alliance certificate in Bali with an intention to share her knowledge and joy in a regular practice. Her classes are light-hearted, creative, consisting of asanas, pranayama and meditation.
There is nothing more gratifying for Peiyu than to watch her students feel lighter and rejuvenated after a yoga session.
Li Peng started her yoga practice in 2005 on a weekly basis. In 2008, she joined Pure Yoga as a member. Slowly but steadily, she turned her twice-weekly yoga practice into daily practices. She suffered from scoliosis since her late 20s, but with consistent yoga practice, she is able to maintain a relatively pain-free life.
Realising the benefits yoga brought to her physically, mentally, emotionally, she felt the urge to explore more. She enrolled in Vyasa Yoga’s Teachers Training and received her certificate in 2013. Since then, Li Peng took up part-time teaching on a small group basis to spread the good of yoga to more people.
Li Peng believes in bringing out the best possibilities in students by encouraging them to explore themselves step by step while respecting their bodies, thereby building up their confidence and giving them a solid foundation. She prefers to teach small groups of students to give them individual attention. She also modifies yoga sequencing and poses according to the needs of her students. She likes to create a friendly, caring and relaxed environment for students to feel at home and breathe. Li Peng hopes herself and her students can learn and grow together.
Lyndalou is an adrenalin junkie, very much into extreme sports. While wakeboarding was her passion, whiplash, strained and tight muscles were the payoffs for the thrills she seek. To fuel her passion, she was focused on training to be stronger, failing to see flexibility as an asset.
Lyndalou first yoga class was 16 years ago. Ignorant to what Yoga is about or any of its philosophies, she picked an Ashtanga Yoga class because of the word “cardio”. What she felt at the end of the class resonated with her body, mind and soul. She love it. That day opened the gateway to Yoga for her, since then, Lyndalou never turned back.
Renuga relationship with yoga started when she was facing a turbulent period in her life. She eventually found her path in yoga which liberated her from “a deep hole”.
Since then, she has been practicing various yoga styles under different teachers. She soon found the ultimate reason for self practice-uniting one’s body, mind, soul and breath. In search for a deeper connection to yoga, she completed her 500-hour Teacher Training with Don Peers and is deeply honored for the additional guidance from teachers: San, Ross Rayburn and Leslie Kaminoff who have shared their love and knowledge generously. Out of the mat, she gets a kick out of climbing trees and diving.
She finds it inspiring and rewarding to be on the other side of the mat, to watch students come alive, respecting their body, honoring their breath and enjoying their practice. She hopes she can lead individuals towards a deeper level of physical fitness and a stronger connection to their body and mind.
After many years of experience teaching Pilates, Yoga, BodyBalance, CxWorxand other fitness disciplines in top clubs in London and Asia, Zoya is bringing my expertise to Singapore. She is a 200 hours Yoga Alliance certified Yoga Teacher. She practices and teaches Hatha, Hatha Flow, Vinyasa, Chakra, Sivananda, Restorative (Yin), Partner and Hot Yoga in an encouraging, safe and effective manner.
Zoya is also a Level 3 Pilates Instructor and specialises in Mat Based Pilates, Pilates with Small Equipment, Orthopaedic Pilates for Injury Prevention, Pilates for Sports, Ante and Post Natal Pilates and many more. She brings her knowledge and understanding into each and every class, guaranteeing safer and more beneficial experience for her students.
Zoya is highly professional, reliable, warm and approachable.