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Wendy

Wendy
Wendy's love for movement came at a young age, from gymnastics to snowboarding with many other sports in between. Injuries were always a part of her life, as was learning to heal them. Yoga was the great friend and tool to help with the healing process. After retiring from professional snowboarding, Wendy continued with her love for teaching by pursuing the path of a yoga teacher. Her Yoga practice has been influenced by many of her teachers from Baron Baptiste of Baptiste Power Vinyasa Yoga, to Sarah Powers of Insight Yoga, to Vishva Ketu of Akhanda Yoga, also founder of Anand Prakash Yoga Ashram.

Wendy is originally from Whistler, Canada but spent many years living and teaching in California, and has happily resided in Hong Kong since 2006. She teaches an uplifting Yin and Yang vinyasa practice with emphasis on a healing and creative self-expression.

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Wendy's Books

Light on Life
B.K.S Iyengar
"The yoga journey to wholeness, inner peace and ultimate freedom". This book is a treasure, I keep rereading it, so much info, inspiration, and pure yoga love in it.

Journey into Power & 40 Days to Personal Revolution
Baron Baptiste
Both these books are a great resource to postures and inspiration with yoga and life.

Wendy's Tips

Practice truthfulness in your practice. This means have a real honest approach to your body's abilities. Give yourself the space to try something new, but also honour where you at.

Always move from your center, this means move from your center of your spirit, but also your physical body. Start your movement from your core, heart and spine. Then move outward.

Practice your yoga on and off your mat, live your yoga in your real outside world, not just in the safe space of the studio.







 

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