|Weighing 106 kg is not something everyone will experience. Jiun often felt powerless when trying to move his body. His mind was not at ease, he injured the same knee twice, snapping both front and back cruciate ligaments, and broke his meniscus. He can now look back at that interesting phase of his life without any negative emotions.|
Allowing yoga to be part of his life was another interesting process. Yoga was never a goal to achieve. The philosophy that yoga encompasses is indispensable to the completion of many happy experiences in life. Yoga is one of the best ways to help one pause and to introspect, and for that he is deeply appreciative and respectful.
Jiun's best yoga journey took place not in India, but in Hu SIR's Ortho-center where he worked as a sports adviser and chiropractor. There were so many life stories going on at each of the sickbeds. Some suffered from frozen shoulders, others from scoliosis, some had sports injuries and some were fatigued from toiling for their families. Problems could be diagnosed and treated through just a few simple movements, leading me to realise that there was so much more to postures than just practising some physical movements in a yoga class.
Jiun has a son, whom he will try to help balance his mind through yoga so that when he encounters difficulties later in life, he will be able to make wise choices and live with no regrets. This same aspiration he applies to his students.
|Qualifications & Certifications|
|200hrs practice and theory in the areas of Yoga Philosophy, Asana Alignment and Adjustment, Pranayama, Anatomy and Practical Teaching Methodology with Patrick Creelman, Pure Yoga, Taipei Taiwan|