One Yoga Teaching Team
Samantha Sin @samantha_theyogi
ERYT500. Founder of One Yoga and Samantha Yoga.
Samantha started her yoga journey in her early teens. She believes that yoga should be the union of mind, body and soul.
Samantha's teaching style is dynamic and fun. She encourages students to push their own limits and progress in a non competitive way.
Enrica Ng @yogaholi_ca
It was the feeling after each practice that urged Enrica to return on the mat. Experiencing the benefits of practicing yoga herself, Enrica wants to share such experience with more people. As time pass, she felt the connection within herself as well as noticing how yoga has transformed her.
Her powerful combination of knowledge, compassion, creativity and challenge will fuel your journey toward self-discovery and offer you a hefty dose of love along the way.
Tiffany Lau @iamtiffanylau
Tiffany teaches Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin, Dharma Wheel and Children's yoga. She brings a down to earth and authentic teaching approach to her classes.
Through a combination of mindful exploration and quiet awareness, she offers students the chance to revisit their true self, reconnect with their heart and spark a positive transformation that extends far beyond the four corners of the mat.
Minnie Cheung @m_iracle_vie
Minnie started Yoga years ago, and feel enlightened by a consistent Yoga practice. From this, she has learned to induce both relaxation and concentration by balancing the body and mind, and wish to share these benefits with others. To create this experience, her classes focus on body alignment, movement, and the transitions between poses. She became a registered Yoga Teacher certified with Awakened Life School of Yoga.
Joyce Fan @yogafanjoyce
Being part of the fast moving financial services machine, Joyce struggled to grow spiritually before her yoga journey commenced. Such journey brought her to another level in life and strongly motivated her to share her practice with the world.
Joyce's classes are playful yet challenging with easy alignment cues. She believes it is equally important to work on both flexibility and strength.
Audrey Sze @theoliveyogi
Audrey is a certified yoga teacher, nutrition coach and puppy parent.
When Audrey first stepped on the mat, she was immediately drawn to how calming and healing the practice was. Moving back to Hong Kong after spending 10 years abroad, yoga was a way for her slow down and cultivate mindfulness.
Audrey completed her 200hr training with Master Yogananth Andiappan and 300hr with California-based Bryce Yoga School. Audrey's focus is on integrating breath, mindfulness and dynamic movement. Expect a challenging yet playful practice opened to all levels. (feel free to connect with her on IG: theoliveyogi)
Faris Chan @yogawithfaris
Faris finished her 200hrs Yoga Teacher Training Certificate Course in 2015 and 300 Hours Advanced Hatha Yoga Teacher Training Course in June 2017. Since completing her first training in summer 2015, she has spent the past years practicing everyday and perfecting her skills and techniques.
She is passionate about sharing her love of Yoga and teach with an authentic and fun approach and am extremely dedicated to creating a nurturing and safe environment for students to support inward focus and exploration of the body, mind and spirit for yogis of all levels.
Agnes Chan @ag.tiveyogi
Agnes is a true believer in uniting each and every mind, body and soul with its corresponding practice of yoga. Whether Yin or Yang, Gentle Flow or Power Yoga, Agnes has made it her quest to connect you with your most well suited styles of yoga.
Since becoming a certified instructor, she has devoted herself to this undertaking, believing the gift of yoga should be shared with all walks of life.
Crystal Lau @crystal_eatlivewell
Crystal has been practising yoga since Aug 2014, completing her 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training in 2015 and 300-hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training in 2017 at Anahata Hong Kong with Master Yogannath Andiappan.
She is devoted to yoga and enjoys sharing her passions with others, aspiring to wellness and long-term health, fitness and yoga (Instagram:@crystal_eatlivewell). Crystal is attentive to students’ body condition and mentality. In her classes she focuses on correct alignment and breathing which she believes are important for building a strong foundation for a rewarding and life-long practice of yoga.
Cherrie Leung @chercherrie
Cherrie is a certified yoga and fitness instructor, completing her 200 hours Hatha Yoga Teacher Training in 2017 under the guidance of Patrick Creelman. She moved her career from a digital marketer to a full time yoga and fitness trainer.
Cherrie enjoys teaching very much and has patience to teach especially for beginners. Her classes are conducted in both English and Cantonese.
In her classes, she loves guiding the students to listen their own bodies and do their best. She aims to provide better alignment on each pose to open up the space in the body. She believes by moving and stretching our own body, we will have a better understanding of ourselves because mind and body are always connected.
Helen Hewson @hbalance_hk
Helen Hewson, a Mum of two twin girls is a certified Pilates and Yoga teacher with over 13 years teaching experience. She discovered Pilates in whilst working as a Physiotherapist in the UK and it has been her passion ever since. She trained as as a Pilates teacher in 2005 (APPI) and went on to complete her 200 hrs Yoga Teaching at Anahata Yoga. She loves teaching and believes in building strength from the inside out, providing a balance of both the body and mind. Her teaching style is focused, friendly and non-competitive, concentrating on precision to get the most from each session.
Denise Law @denisehylaw
Denise first took her yoga class in the beginning of University, with more curiosity to explore the meaning of yoga, she completed 200-hr RYTT at Anahata Yoga in 2015. She believes yoga is the practice of self love, awareness and striking a balance between daily activities. Previously being full time in marketing & PR, yoga helps her slow down from the fast paced lifestyle and most importantly the joy of being able to share her knowledge in the studio. Through asanas and breathing, you will find a moment to connect with yourself in class with Denise.
Joanne Lai @nourisheats
Joanna has always taken a keen interest in health and wellness. She started yoga when she was studying in Toronto and quickly fell in love with the way it connected her mind, soul and body. Hoping to inspire others with the same passion, she also shares her health and wellness journey through her Nourisheats platform (Instagram: @nourisheats). Joanna has completed her 200 hours yoga teacher training at Anahata Hong Kong with Master Yogannath Andiappan and enjoys teaching various types of yoga including core, detox and yoga stretch. She strongly believes no matter what type of yoga she practices, we should always listen to our body for a strong and positive practice
Rency Kit @yoga_renc
Rency begin practising yoga since 2010. At first she was only looking for stretching and hoping for some relaxing moment from the busy work life. However she then found her inner peaceful and happiness during the practice. She completed her 200-hour teaching training in 2017 in Thailand. The Training program bought her to the yoga world and she enjoys sharing her yoga a lot. In order to keep exploring her yoga journey, she went for the 300-hour teacher training with Beyond Bryce Yoga.
In her classes, you will find challenges as well as fun. Rency hopes her classes can help students to calm their mind, to feel energized and to find their true happiness. Wear your smile after the practice =)
Vivian Cheng @vivianclyan
Vivian specializes in Hatha, Pranayama & Meditations, Pre- & Post-Natal Yoga and Aerial Yoga.
She believes that as you open up space in your body, you open up space in your mind. By removing limitations in our body, we allow undisturbed energy flow and help us connect our body and mind. Yoga is so unique and far beyond a physical workout. She is excited to have everyone of you to be part of this special journey, exploring different forms of yoga and to spread positive energy in class.
Marsha Yip @marsha.y.oga
Marsha completed her 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher certification with strong focus on alignments in Iyengar style.
She has also completed various trainings of teaching yoga in a healing and meditative way with anatomical principles. Her style is dynamic, fun and balanced, with an aim to help students build strength and flexibility with correct postures for the maximum safety and benefits. She loves encouraging students to challenge themselves with energizing and core-strengthening poses, while adding some restorative/ yin elements to class for a holistic experience.
Adriana Sie @adrianayoga_hk
Being a mom of 3 boys she realized she had to make time to stay active, so she decided to try yoga 5 years ago and she fell in love with it. Yoga has helped a lot to ease her lower back pain problems from pregnancies. She continued pursuing her passion in yoga by joining a teacher training course, and finished the 200-hrs of Yoga Teacher Training Course at Anahata in July 2017 and started teaching right after. She loves sharing her passion in yoga with others, and she believes yoga is NOT about being able to do complicated/advanced asanas, but it's actually all about getting on your mat, connecting your breathing and finding that stillness in your mind.
Jasmine Wu @jazz_jw
Born in Japan, started her career in Hong Kong. Jasmine works as a model/actress, this has taken her across Asia.
She took a break from her busy modelling schedule to dedicate time for yoga training in an Ashram, with an aim to teach adults and seniors. Jasmine was trained in a traditional Indian yoga style. She has been teaching students and communities via a holistic approach. She firmly believes that: "Yoga is a universal language across culture, generations, race and gender."
Jo Cheung @aerial.jo
Jo teaches hatha, vinyasa, wheel class, yin yoga, wall yoga and aerial yoga.
She first began her yoga practice in 2014 which completely changed her perception and attitude toward life. What she most likes about yoga is that it is not about the end pose or a perfect practice we present but finding ourself; who truly we are. She believes that yoga makes our life more enjoyable and aim to share that joy with others in her classes.