My yoga journey began in 2003, prompted by the intensity of city living and the fast-paced lifestyle of Hong Kong. I was constantly bombarded by noises, the hustle and bustle which left me feeling stressed and aggravated. Through yoga, I began to feel uplifted and relaxed, and noticed a shift within myself. The calmness and peacefulness cultivated through my practice helped me to focus my mind and cope with anxiety.
In 2015, I moved to Bellingham, MA, where fate brought me the opportunity to pursue my passion to become a yoga teacher. I feel fortunate to have been guided by so many talented teachers in Hong Kong, California and Boston who have illuminated to me, yoga’s capacity to strengthen and nourish one’s life mentally and physically.
I have been practicing Ashtanga, Power and Gentle Vinyasa, Hatha and Yin yoga for 15 years. In 2017, I finished my 200-hour Vinyasa Wild Wisdom Yoga teacher training with Jessie Dwiggins and completed a Senior Chair Yoga certification as well. I continue my yoga journey and education by taking classes and workshops with master teachers, and I am registered under Yoga Alliance.
I believe that teaching yoga is not just guiding my students through sequences. It is a continuous process of growing and evolving together. I encourage self-reflection, so my students might benefit from developing calmness, self-awareness, respect and compassion for themselves and others.