Open The Door To Yoga with Yeung | 10 Weeks Course


Every Friday (8 pm to 9.15pm)
*Except Studio Holidays*

Venue: Kylie Dance & Yoga Studio, 10 Boulevard, Petaling Jaya
First Class Will Commence With Minimum 3 Students

Course Fee: RM550 per person

Early Bird Fee (Register by *): RM450 per person

Course Description

Suitable for Absolute Beginners!

Join Yeung to these 10 Weeks Course to learn the foundations of yoga so you can begin to experience its transformational effects and also to gain confidence to explore  and participate in any yoga classes of your choice in the future.

This class is designed for the brand new student and also for those who would like to have deeper understanding of yoga asanas. During these 10 weeks course, you will learn the basics of yoga and also the simple principles of yoga asanas. More information will be given as you embark this journey with us!

  1. Open Heart & Mind
  2. Yoga Mat
  3. Drinking Water
  4. Sweat Towel
  5. Optional Yoga Blocks, Straps etc
  6. Comfortable Attire
About Yeung

Yeung began practicing yoga in 2005 under the guidance of Anna Choi. After experiencing the life changing benefits of yoga, he started to look for a deeper understanding of this ancient practice. This has led him to explore the various styles of yoga in workshops and classes conducted by both local and international teachers like J.H. Foo, Belinda Wong, Dr. Jacqueline Koay, Manoj Kaimal, Erica Mather, Amy Ippoliti, Leslie Kaminoff, Michel Bresnard, Bridget Woods-Kramer and Cat Alip-Douglas to name a few.

This continuing search for a deeper understanding has also led him to pursue certification courses with a Yoga Alliance registered school. Today, Yeung is an E-RYT & YACEP registered yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance USA.

His gentle demeanor is reflected in a class that is both welcoming to the first- time student of yoga and also sufficiently challenging for a seasoned practitioner. He places much attention on the needs of each student while keeping an inclusive environment for all. Yeung believes that the greatest reward from teaching yoga comes from the sharing and mutual growth for both students and teacher.