Yen graduated with advanced diploma in
Accounting and ACCA from Tar College in 2005. During her time in college,
she began her yoga practice. After graduating, she followed a challenging
auditing path and later a lecturer. To relieve health related problems
which were getting serious, she started to attend yoga classes regularly
and had daily self practice. She found that, intensive practice could
relieve her health problems and realised that yoga was the path to healthy
living and peace.
She began teacher training (300-hour
certification) in 2006 and at the same time entered a two years
apprenticeship with her master, she has been teaching full time
In 2008, Yen completed her Sun Yoga kids teacher certification
under the guidance of Elaine Stewart Ng. Yen is fortunate to has
assisted Elaine Ng in teaching yoga kids classes. Over the years,
Yen has been traveling to many yoga studios and kindergartens to
teach yoga for kids at different ages.
In order to explore pure yoga and life in yoga ashram, Yen traveled
to the sacred place of yoga, India, in 2009. She has completed her
Diploma In Yogic Study (500-hour certification) from Yoga Point
University. She feels incredibly blessed to be carrying the light
of yoga to enlighten her yoga path as well as her students. Within
the year, she began working with Qi Yoga.
Yen continues to enrich her study of yoga from various lineages and
has accumulated over 600 hours of teacher training. In 2011, she
made her yoga journey to Texas to study with Judith Lasater
(anatomy and kinesiology), Sadie Nardini (core vinyasa), Donna
Farhi (Intensive yoga) and Christina Sell (Anusara yoga).
In 2012, Yen joined the staff of Qi Yoga Teacher Training. Here,
she participates in yoga teacher training programming, teaches
teachers-in-training. Yen loves to teach those who want to deepen
their yoga practice, experience the subtleties of yoga, and are
interested in teaching yoga.
Yen’s root in yoga are definitely in the traditional Hatha method
but her favorite is vinyasa flow. In Yen’s class you will find a
focus on alignment and modifications as well as geared toward
personal discovery, through focused physical and mental attention.
Using humor and compassion, Yen makes yoga accessible, playful,
lighthearted and fun. Yen is a registered USA Yoga Alliance teacher
at 200 hours (E-RYT)
Christine S'ng was introduced to Hatha yoga in 2006 as a way to get and stay healthy. She earned her
100-hour MAYI teacher certification and began teaching in 2009.
Around this time, she enrolled in a 3- day Radiant Child Yoga
Program with Fezia Tyebally. She continued to build her practice
and strengthen her teaching through studying Iyengar Yoga tradition
and has completed 100-hour Iyengar Teacher Training Course.
Alignment, flexibility and breathing works are all elements of the
practice that resonated with her.
Ong began her Hatha Yoga practice in
2007 looking for a way to get a little exercise. She was instantly
hooked on deep breathing and discovered that deep breathing
technique helps in easing her labour pain when giving birth to her
Keeping up with a regular practice
for its physical benefits initially, she gradually experienced
benefits beyond any expectations she ever had. Not only did she get
the exercise she sought, but she found calmness and patience in
situations that normally frustrated her, tolerance where she was
used to feeling anger, and focus and efficiency in the midst of
harried deadlines. She believes that yoga is a path of bliss, which
can give us infinite happiness, perfect peace and contentment.
A recent graduate of Qi Yoga Teacher Training with Yen, she is a
certified teacher of USA Yoga Alliance at 200-hour level in Hatha
and Vinyasa Flow style.
Ong provides beginners yoga with focus on the principles of
alignment. She thinks that through practice, we can all share the
positive benefits of yoga and she aspires to offer that to each
student she meets.
Join me for slower-paced Vinyasa Flow with mindful transitions
between poses and a constant exploration of your breath and most
importantly, a healthier, wealthier, more joyful self.
I have been
experiencing the benefits of Hatha Yoga since 2007 and recently
graduated from Qi Yoga Teacher Training under the guidance of Yen.
I am a certified teacher of USA Yoga Alliance at 200-hour level in
Hatha and Vinyasa Flow style.
Through experience, I believe in incorporating different modalities
to heal the body, mind, and spirit. Personally, yoga practice has
supported me get through many stressful situations.
practicing yoga since 2009 to gain fitness. At first, I thought
yoga was just an exercise that involves stretching, arching and
bending. I never expected that yoga practice also includes
breathing and meditation. Practicing deep breathing and meditation
reduce the episodes of insomnia which I have been suffering for
years. Besides, it helps to de-stress and I feel refreshed after
each yoga class.
Yoga really amazes me. It has given me more than what I expected.
Yoga is a never ending learning process.
In 2013, I had taken up 200-hour Yoga Alliance USA Teacher Training
Programme organised by Qi Yoga School to deepen my understanding of
yoga and to share my path of yoga with others. I will continue to
practice yoga as it enlightened me.
Nyioh is a simple
guy who enjoys practicing yoga since his first experience in 2006.
He loves every part of yoga and by bringing yoga into his life, he
finds calm and stillness.
He had been experiencing car sickness especially during long
distance travel. However, the unpleasant symptom is gone since he
started practice yoga.
To deepen his yoga practice, Nyioh traveled to India in 2011 and
has successfully completed his 200-hour Teacher Training Program at
Verkala. From then on, he began to share his practice with his
friends, family and colleagues.
Personally Nyioh takes yoga practice
as an active meditation, it integrates one’s body and mind in the
moment. Yoga helps people find spiritual-reality balance in their
Nyioh believes that yoga practice is more than sweating, chanting
and breathing, it covers more than the area of the yoga mat.