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Barbara Fung

Yoga Teacher

Barbara started her yoga journey in 2009 practicing Anusara Therapeutics with Amy Ippolti in Thailand.  She is a 200h RYT teacher trained in Alignment Yoga with Patrick Creelman, and is also trained in Kids Yoga with Jenny Smith, and Prenatal Yoga with Jennifer More.

Dedicated to the study of alignment practice aiming at pain-free yoga, Barbara immersed herself in Iyengar Yoga with Fraq and Corine Biria in Paris every summer since 2017.  She uses the practice and philosophy of ancient teachings of yoga to create her own methodology that uplifts students' mind and ability.

With over 10 years of teaching and body mapping with athletes, mothers-to-be, and kids, Barbara understands very well different body types and she loves to challenge her students in a joyful manner in her class.  She doesn't expect perfection but she wants her students to do their best in a self-loving environment.  She wants students to fill joy mentally and physically after every class.

 
 

Dana Lai

Yoga | Handstand | Meditation Teacher

Dana is the founder of Sow Yoga and a senior teacher with more than 20 years of practice in yoga and over 10 years of teaching experience in Pure Yoga.  Her dedication is to bring yoga combined with mindfulness practice to her students.

In her early days as a passionate student, Dana has completed over 1000 hours of training and regularly attended workshops with a strong interest in anatomy, biomechanics, breath, and meditation.  She completed her first 200h RYT training in 2010 with Patrick Creelman, and further her studies with multiple 300h RYT training by Desiree Rumbaugh, Noah Maze and Jason Crandell.  She is a firm believer in the importance of cross-training and has been trained by one of the world's most prominent hand-balancer Miguel Sant'ana in person for over 4 years.

Dana has taught and led retreats, studied and deepened her practices in various cities.  She also assisted Patrick Creelman during teacher trainings and has taught workshops in different countries, including Hong Kong, Thailand, Japan, and Singapore.

Along with the asana practice, she strives to instill a strong sense of awareness and introspection in her students.  With such a non-competitive inner climate achieved through mindfulness practice, students can come to explore their physical edge with a more profound understanding of connection to themselves.

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Greta Lai

Greta’s life has been turned upside down and inside out since first stepping onto the yoga mat in 2006. Five years later in 2011, she received her 200-hr certification and began to teach - a role she never dared imagine. Since then, her curiosity and passion for yoga snowballed.

Ashtanga, active birth, yoga therapy, AntiGravity, functional anatomy, insight yoga, yin yoga, the science of pain, connective tissues, reiki, singing bowl are all areas that Greta is confident to share.

Although she has been practicing the strictly disciplined method of ashtanga yoga since 2012, Greta’s sequences are always playful, creative and energy-lifting. She often reinvents herself and hopes that through her classes, practitioners can take the time to explore and fall in love with themselves again. Regardless of what she is teaching, she wants everyone to leave the mat feeling the world is actually not that bad.

 

Yoga Teacher

 

Monique Choi

Yoga | Aerial Teacher

Monique was a full time designer and a part time aerialist who used to suffer chronic pain from prolonged sitting in the office.  She stumbled across yoga as a mean to improve her flexibility but found that her physical pain has been alleviated through practicing yoga.  Monique then decided to pursue yoga and has obtained her first 200-hours yoga teacher training in 2016, and later with 250 more hours in yoga wheel, aerial yoga, kids yoga and sport science.  Monique is also an alumnae of Sow Yoga’s 100-hours Inversion Teacher Training in 2021.

 

Monique is a nurturing teacher who loves to check in often and takes care of her students well.  Monique wants to teach because she knows how powerful the yoga practice is and how it has changed her life for the better.  She hopes to guide her students in finding a deeper sense of peace and clarity through the physical practice.

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Sarah Wong So Yan

Yoga Teacher

The door to traditional Hatha yoga was opened to Sarah in 2015 and since then she got hooked to the sense of tranquility, balance and pleasure yoga has brought her.

“Balance and stillness is the purpose of practice. Wisdom and passion is the purpose of life. It’s what yoga has been teaching me.”

Yoga is a self-discovery journey. Sarah believes yoga suits everybody. By learning to turn inward, we could reach a bigger world. Our life could significantly change. 

She is humble to welcome everyone to her yoga class, especially the ones who think they are not born for yoga.

Sarah got RYT200 certified at Chiangmai, Thailand in 2019 and completed further teaching training programs including Yoga Wheel For Backbend, Functional Yoga (chronic pain & yoga injury) and Meridian Yin Yoga afterwards.


傳統哈達瑜伽大門於 2015 年向 Sarah 打開了,自此她被這古老之道帶來的平靜、安穩和喜樂所吸引。

「平穩和恬靜是練習所求;睿智和熱枕是生命所追。這是瑜伽一直教導我的事。」

瑜伽是一個自我探索的旅程,適用於每一位。學習往內看,我們才有機會到達更廣大的世界,生命方有另一種可能。

她誠懇邀請各位一同練習帶主題的瑜伽課,尤其認為自己與瑜伽緣份未到的朋友。


Sarah 於 2019 年在泰國清邁獲取 200 小時瑜伽導師資格,其後持續進修,課程包括:瑜伽輪與後彎、功能瑜伽(慢性痛症與瑜伽傷患)和中醫經絡陰瑜伽。 

 
 
Stella Mak

Stella Mak

Yoga Teacher

Stella began to practice yoga in 2015 when she felt drawn to try something new. She realised that yoga was not only a workout but also gave her peace of mind. As a supervisor in an international company, yoga was the tool she used to alleviate work pressure while allowing her to face challenges with a positive mindset. In 2018, Stella took her first teacher training with Angela Lohse, who showed her the world of kindness and encouraged her not only to be a yoga teacher but also to keep inspiring people in all ways.  She believes "ego" in yoga practice is a good thing to use as a means to create a balance between overexerting and knowing when to challenge oneself.  She aims to inspire her students to live a yogic lifestyle while cultivating kindness.