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Delia Leung

Delia is a Dharma Yoga teacher, originally trained under Samrat Dasgupta in HK, and currently completing her 1,000 hour teacher training with Sri Dharma Mittra in Dharma Yoga Center NYC. She offers classes in Dharma Yoga Wheel, Pranayama, Meditation, Yoga Nidra, Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga. She is also the co-founder of MDFL MVMT, a platform promoting mindfulness practice in Hong Kong. Being able to witness one's transformation on a physical, mental and spiritual level is her greatest motivation. She welcomes everyone to join her on the mat with an open heart and an open mind — "Be as playful as possible, keep exploring and smile!"
Classes & private trainings
Dharma Yoga
Suitable for beginner and intermediate students
Dharma Yoga is a graceful, accessible yet challenging form of yoga shared by yoga legend Sri Dharma Mitra. Each class offers a well-rounded practice for the entire body and mind, including hip openers, arm balances, back bends, forward folds, twists, inversions, pranayama, chanting, purification techniques, breathing visualisation, and meditation. Both liberating and playful, Dharma Yoga offers students freedom while enjoying the powerful group energy and the teacher's guidance.
At its core Dharma Yoga is a deeply healing and devotional practice that focuses on good health, a clear mind and a kind heart.

Dharma Yoga Wheel
The yoga wheel is an amazing tool for warming up and eventually moving safely into backbends, inversions and other poses. First being created by the yoga legend Sri Dharma Mittra, the yoga wheel aids practitioners, not just in yoga, but in all disciplines in developing backbending, flexibility, balance and core strength. Practitioners will learn to stretch and release tensions in the back, chest, shoulders, abdomen and hip flexors.

Pranayama & Meditation
Meditation is an art and is also an exercise for the mind. Pranayama, yogic breathing will be introduced in the guided meditation session, through which one will also work on various concentration exercises that lead to equanimity. Experiences of deep relaxation and mental clarity will come with regular practice. Through meditation one purifies the physical body as well as revitalises the mental body. Some basic physical postures for relaxation may be introduced.