A Singaporean born, third culture, globe trekking teacher and life-long student of yoga who has made Laos her home for the past four years. Julie is the creative force behind Luang Prabang Yoga and is also a co-owner and teacher at Yangon Yoga House. She has been running yoga retreats in Laos for the past four years. Julie endeavors to take her students beyond asana, to discover how a complete yoga practice can positively impact life.
Luang Prabang native, Khoun, trained as a teacher in Bangkok at Yoga Elements Studio with Adrian Cox. Khoun has a love for yoga that is apparent in the genuine energy that she brings to her classes. She has practiced Hatha, Ashtanga and Vinyasa Flow, which she combines to create classes that are both strong and relaxing at the same time. Khoun guides her students through their practice with dedication and precision, which means that while she is nurturing, she also focuses on proper alignment techniques. Students in Khoun's classes will be gently encouraged to find their edge and to practice steadily around this edge.
AREAS OF FOCUS:
Ujayi pranayama (expansive breathing)
How the breath moves the body
Creating continuous space in movement
Vinyasa practice versus asana practice
Experiencing prana (energy) through vinyasa flow
Using prana to lift off
Arm variations in headstand
DATE AND TIME:
Saturday November 11, 2017
10am - 1pm
Sena Restaurant, 3rd floor yoga studio space