All levels are welcome. It is a movement-based mindfulness practice. Every class is different and planned carefully for individual needs with a supportive, interactive and non-competitive environment.
Lydia has practiced yoga for over 15 years. She left her previous occupation as a liberal studies teacher in an elite secondary school in Hong Kong in 2013 to become a full time yoga teacher. In her previous role she taught students critical thinking and developing their sense of self-empowerment; a theme which she prioritised in her yoga teaching in founding “Liberty in Yoga”.
Her Bachelor’s Degree in Cultural Studies and Master’s Degree in Linguistics are used in her teaching in developing awareness in her students of the influences and root cause of their thoughts and emotions. She takes yoga beyond posture practice to awaken students to the sources of their struggles and find peace in the chaotic modern world.
Lydia studied both her YTT200 and YTT300 at the YogaPrasad Institute in India which trains yoga teachers across the world. The focus of the training is “Transform yourself, inspire others.” Using the limbs of yoga as tools to bring about peace and harmony in practitioner through self-transformation. She also studied prenatal and postnatal yoga teaching programme at Yoga London.