Our Teachers

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Samantha Sin

ERYT500. Upon graduation from The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and equipped with Bachelor of Nursing, Samantha founded her first yoga studio to begin this journey. 


With knowledge of the human body, she was able to break down each pose straight to the basics.

She offers a progressive approach to Hatha and Vinyasa Flow Yoga, and her inspirational classes are a dynamic combination of breath-inspired movement and creative, yet balanced and intelligent sequencing.

June Ma

June is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance. Previously a flight attendance of a renowned airline. she finds it a challenge to stay still, and is constantly on the lookout for new challenges, as she enjoys the adrenaline rush that comes with being out of the comfort zone.

June teaches Dharma wheel, hatha, yin yoga and relaxing stretch. Her classes are fun and mostly light hearted. 

Shereese Tsang

With her passion to explore, Shereese continued her study of anatomy and pranayama after she did her first 200-hour teacher training, and attained 500-hour level in last year. 


In her classes you can find her balanced approach, clean instruction on alignment and muscles group, build awareness through breath, and provide options for different levels. To her, yoga practice is positively life changing, not only the physical body, but also the mind, how you see things and perceive from the outer world.

Otilia Chan

Otilia is a yogi and also a dancer. She has dedicated herself to the practice, study and teaching of yoga since discovering its joys and benefits. 

She is honored to teach yoga, helping to bring balance, awareness, health, and happiness into other's lives.

Otilia finished her 200 hour teacher training course and finished aerial yoga teacher training in the same year.


Otilia's classes offer creative sequences with intentional themes, emphasizing the importance of proper alignment

Erica Tam

Erica has been practising yoga since 2015 and she finished her 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training at One Yoga. She is keen on exploring different yoga styles, ranging from healing classes like relaxing stretch, to dynamic classes like Vinyasa Flow. She believes that yoga is graceful and meditating practice to keep the body and the mind healthy and blissful.

In her classes, every asana would have various options available so it's always yogis' choice to challenge themselves or to enjoy the class in a relaxing manner.

Joanne Wu

Joanne has always been very active since she was a kid. She was introduced to Vinyasa as an new workout style in 2013 and has fallen in love with the diversity and benefits of Yoga. She completed her 200 hours Teacher Training and Antigravity Teacher Training.

Joanne believes that Yoga is more than practice, it is also a tool for empowerment, to connect our mind, body and surroundings from within. In her class, you will find challenges, balance in your body, joy, release, and most importantly your energy refilled.

Karena Cheng

Karena has practiced ballet over 10 years which she got the advantage of stretching. She has been practicing yoga since 2018 and thought strength is a challenge, and now, she completed her 200hrs Yoga Teacher Training, Aerial Yoga and Yoga Wheel. 

Karena believes that yoga is not only about self-improvement, but also about self-acceptance, through the practice to understand your body and mind, try to accept you are not perfect, but you are doing great!

Tavia Tsang

Tavia is a certified instructor experienced in both Vinyasa Yoga and Aerial Yoga. Her first  experience with yoga was to seek help to improve her posture as she suffered from  scoliosis since her teenage years. Through daily yoga practice that engages and  strengthens core stability muscles, her spine condition has improved significantly. 

Rather than seeking to perform the most perfect or difficult asana (postures), Tavia believes  that yoga is about learning and rediscovering your own body. It begins with correct  pranayama (breathing methods), then gradually introduces more challenging techniques. Her approach to teaching is mindful and personalised, with an emphasis on tailoring to  each student's unique body goals.

Steffie Shum

Steffie started practicing yoga in 2013 while she was on her working holiday in Australia. At first she was just planning to take it as a hobby, but throughout the years of practice she has found herself not only healthier but also happier.

Graduated in Samantha yoga last year for her RYT 200, Steffie decided to leave private jet industry to become a full time yoga instructor. She has also equipped herself with wheel and aerial teaching licenses. Attending Steffie’s class is fun and rewarding! Meet her on the mat and share the joy of yoga together :)

Cavina Leung

Caca has stepped into the fourth year of yoga practice. She believes that many people work hard for their work or other matters, but it derives their time to take care of the body and soul. Yoga can provide them an opportunity to work out, communicate and understand themselves better. Through practice, you can listen to your body, calm your irritable thoughts, appreciate your persistence, and explore your room for improvement.


She is hoping to share her yoga and life experience with all of you in our lessons. Work hard together and become a more powerful self.

Sherry Mak

Sherry has practiced yoga since 2016. At the very beginning, she just wanted to take a breath from work and release body tension. Little by little, she discovered the positive changes in body and mind throughout yoga practice thus decided to become a certified yoga instructor. She believes that yoga is a life long journey and would like to share the healthy vibe to the others through asanas and pranayama. She is specialized to teach mat and aerial yoga and also capable to adjust teaching methods to all levels of student.

Ruby Koon

Ruby believes doing yoga can strengthens mental and physical health, practicing yoga make her stronger and more patient. She also hopes that students will feel calm , energetic and relaxed after the yoga class. 

The most important thing is to have a comfortable yoga journey. You didn’t need to compare with others, just trust yourself and wholeheartedly . Practice may not make you perfect, but it will make you feel better. Therefore, she continued to learn and explore yoga.