Sacred Arts / Our Teachers

Ella Tham

An accident found Ella immobilised in a wheelchair for over a year, but with a strong mindset along and with consistent healing yoga practice Ella fully rehabilitated her body mind and soul. The journey made her stronger and more reflective as she connected deeply with the underlying philosophy of yoga. Ella's devoted study of Wudang with her master has led to advance in both in Yoga & Tai Chi. She is the founder of Zen Qi, a practice in combining Yoga's stretching and alignment with the strengthening, flexibility, balance, core, and movement focus of Tai Chi and Qi Gong.
Classes & private trainings
Hatha Yoga
Hatha Yoga is the most popular style of yoga in the Western world. It is the foundation of all movement-based modern yoga. Hatha is a great introduction to Yoga for Beginners because it instils a basic understanding of how to practice safely and effectively. Its benefits are significant relief from stress, chronic pain, depression, anxiety and self defeating thoughts. It also helps increase focus, concentration, attention to detail, and ability to complete tasks in the world.

Yin Yoga
Yin represents all that is feminine, dark, passive, receptive and reflective. Movements are slow paced with long holds to reach areas rich in connective tissues and to increase circulation in joints. This is a journey inwards and more meditative practice to regulate the body's flow of energy.

Yoga Therapy
Because of our modern lifestyles we often use our joints and muscles either excessively or improperly. This class will not only help us to reduce tension and stiffness from the joint but also strengthens our joints and muscles, making all other physical activity easier.

Zen Qi
Zen Qi is a practice that combines yoga stretching and alignment and Tai Chi-gong movements. The focus is to strengthen the body, gain flexibility, build core muscle, develop body balance, and to cultivate peace and an inner centre.