From tight to light, from tired to inspired, from intensity to serenity. These are the transformations Kerin experiences since she started yoga. She hopes the same for those who practices with her. Everyone who joins her class is not a student, but a master of their mind, breath and body.
She started attending yoga classes regularly in 2015. The changes she experienced whetted her appetite for more. That long stressful working hours certainly made it easier for her to take a big leap from 25-year corporate world to something more grounded. This is where she decided to share her yoga practice with everyone.
Kerin has taught more than 1000 classes of different type yoga including Aerial, Vinyasa, Hatha, Stretch and Gentle flow yoga. She is a Registered Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider (YACEP) and wish to reach out her yoga practice to more people.
Qualifications & Certifications :
Registered Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider YACEP)
200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training (E-RYT 200)
100 Hour Aerial Yoga Teacher Training (Trapeze & Silk)
40 Hour CET Aerial Yoga Teacher Training
Kai Ting started dancing at the age of 10 and began teaching when she was a teenager. In 2015, she completed the Teacher Training Course. She has also spent years competing locally and nationally and has won numerous top awards. Achievements include KWave Dance Party 2015 (Champion) and Pulse Street Dance 2017 (1st Runner Up) in Singapore. She is currently specializing in K-Pop and Dance Choreography. Kai Ting is looking forward to sharing her passion and love of dance with the dancers.
Anna Chan is a certified Aerial Yoga instructor with Yoga Alliance. She completed her Yoga Instructor Certificate Course (200 hours YICC) and Aerial Anti-Gravity Yoga Instructor Certificate Course (30 hours YICC) at Union Yoga Ayurveda Singapore. Through her yoga endeavours, she developed a depth of awareness that enriched her yoga experience and enhanced every aspect of her life.
Get deeper into her practice as she goes along and reflect fully with the passage of time on how far she has come in yoga and life. Yoga doesn’t always make us feel better immediately. We need to value the opportunity it gives us to express emotions through our bodies and develop our inner self, even if it doesn’t feel good at the time. She feels a strong desire to share what she has experienced with her friends and family. The benefits are too good to keep to herself.