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Marsha Yip

Since 2017, Marsha Yip has been a full-time yoga teacher with a total of over 1,800 teaching hours.

Her training background focuses on a yin – yang balance towards physical, mental and emotional Well-being. After completing the 200‐hour Registered Yoga Teacher training with Pure Yoga’s Founding teacher Patrick Creelman, he has continued to deepen her study with various leading Teachers in the healing power and meditative aspect of yoga.

Her classes are a blend of anatomical principles, functional use of yoga props (from yoga chair to therapy balls), and mindful breathing. She guides students to understand their unique physicality and connect themselves to the more Subtle energetic qualities of practice.
Classes & private trainings
Gentle stretch
In Gentle Stretch we practice postures in a sequence designed to maintain our flexibility and release tension and stress from the body. The result is a feel of extreme relaxation and lightness.
Warm Yoga
Set in room temperature at around 28 - 30 degrees, you will be guided through a gentle and slow flow of yoga stretches to open up tight areas of your body, targeting, shoulders, neck, hamstrings, hips and the back. Perfect for beginners, active people and those who sit in the office often.
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.
Yin Yang Yoga
Balance the yin and the yang elements within our bodies. Find harmony and peace. This practice combines slow paced yin yoga with the traditional yang yoga, improving your energy while promoting relaxation and healing.
Vinyasa Flow
This invigorating and dynamic yoga practice focuses on the synchronisation of breath and the continuous flow of movement between asanas. Vinyasa builds heat, endurance, flexibility, strength and mental focus. Meditation, mantra chanting and other sound practices may be included in each class.
Hatha I,II
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.
Yoga Alignment I
All levels welcome.
This is a grounding and safe approach to yoga that teaches foundational principles of intelligent action through various breath and alignment centred asanas supporting freedom and flexibility in the body and mind. The practice may include pranayama, chanting, meditation, and the use of yoga props.
Yoga with Therapy Balls