Our teachers are carefully selected and internationally certified to deliver the highest quality classes through the use of intelligent cueing, creative sequencing and subtle hands on adjustments to safely take your practice to the next level.
7 Jalan Riong, Bangsar
inspiring, grounding, mindful
Originally from Costa Rica, Claudia has spent the last ten years travelling and working around the world. After four years in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia has now become her second home, becoming The Flow’s resident Yoga Instructor.
Claudia did her first 200 hrs Teacher training in India at Himalaya Yoga Valley in 2011 and her 300 hrs was completed in 2017 in New York at Yoga Works. She has deepened her practice traveling around Southeast Asia, USA and AUS, taking workshops and other trainings constantly. She also has a vast interest in healing and restorative practices, which makes her a well-rounded teacher that understands both the Yin & the Yang.
With a background in sports and adventure, Claudia’s energetic yet serene personality makes for dynamic classes focused on proper alignment and smart transitions while not leaving out the importance of the breath and calming of the mind, which aligns well with her life motto: Be here now. She reflects the love and passion she has for the Yoga practice and is able to transmit that and touch the practitioner’s hearts to look within.
playful, invigorating, meaningful
Hansen Lee is a certified Personal Trainer (ACE), Lifestyle Weight Management Consultant (ACE), certified Yoga teacher as well as a movement Coach with over 10 years of experience in the fitness industry, specializing in strength and conditioning, weight loss, nutrition and stress management.
Over the last decade, Hansen has learned from some of the best teachers around: Dice and Briohny, Brian Miller, David Robson, Dylan Werner, Anna Sugarman, just to name a few. Hansen received his teacher training (TTC 250) from Yogacharya Bharath Shetty in Mysore, India. He currently teaches Hatha yoga, Hatha Vinyasa and Power yoga.
In June 2017, Hansen attended Oneness University in Andhra Pradesh, India to further his spiritual journey. This experience has taught him that the only way one can truly change the world is to raise the consciousness of humanity and it starts within. This is also the reason why he is leveraging on any platform to spread the awareness of consciousness and self-inquiry.
fun, simple, yet challenging
Aaron started dancing in 2008 and has since been dancing his way through life. Due to the rigorous training he had been through, he gained a few injuries which made him stop dancing for two years. He had developed a minor slip disc which later resulted in sciatica pain which made him immobilize. In hopes of recovering, he found himself drawn towards Pilates & Yoga. It wasn’t easy at first, but over time his condition got better and now he is back into teaching & performing. Seeing the benefits of Yoga, he decided to undergo a Teacher Training Course with Inspired Yoga Studio in 2018.
He believes that in Yoga, it is not only a matter of physical conditioning but it also trains the mind to cultivate awareness through movement. This helped him when he was battling through depression. To be able to see your thoughts and acknowledge the reality that he was going through, brought clarity to his life and made the necessary changes he needed to his well-being.
What he hopes to achieve through his practice is to share his knowledge of moving in a safe manner and to inspire the people around him that rainy days will not stay, the sun will shine again.
fun, invigorating, intuitive
Shinyee came from an athletic background of cheerleading and running. She chanced upon yoga as a student and never stopped practising since. In 2016, she left her desk job to pursue teaching yoga full-time. Shinyee graduated from Yoga Mala (CBD, Singapore) and is certified by Yoga Alliance in Hatha Vinyasa (200hr). She is also certified by Yoga Medicine in Yoga Anatomy Training (20hr).
Each individual’s practice or journey differs from one to another, and Shinyee provides the space for practitioners to explore and deepen their practices while guiding them in a safe manner. Her style is dynamic and is suitable for practitioners of all levels as she puts emphasis on effort and compassion, rather than perfection. Shinyee hopes to have her students leaving the mat feeling more at peace, and to take the practice into their lives – to live with mindfulness.
fun. creative, fulfilling.
Yoga has been a part of Suhana’s life for more than a decade. It has helped her to appreciate her body’s ability to bend without breaking, to be mindful of her breath and carry her own weight in challenging poses. As a yoga teacher, she hopes to spread the message that yoga is not just about stretching.
Her yoga style is to combine creative sequencing with an element of awareness of the body and mind. She focuses on fundamental alignment in asanas while moving with the breath. After every class, she hopes the students leave feeling reenergised, centred with a sense of achievement.
dynamic, heart, opener
Barbara, hailing from Hungary has been living in China, Thailand and Malaysia for the past 12 years . Initially, her yoga practice was only an escape from the hectic urban Shanghai life, but gradually it became a full time passion.
She has studied from highly respected teachers originating from China, United States, India, New Zealand, while being exposed to a mixture of styles and how to incorporate philosophy into the practice.
Her interest in eastern studies, religions and ancient sciences are all part of her daily self-practice.
She believes that yoga can be done by anyone free of judgment and preconceptions; all we need is an open heart and mind, the rest will arise naturally.
fun. challenging, structured.
Janine is a fitness enthusiast with interests in Pilates, Yoga, hiking, running, and HIIT. She left her corporate banking job in 2015 to teach Yoga and has not looked back since.
In 2016, she took up instructor training with Polestar Pilates (USA) after attending a Dynamic Reformer class she thoroughly enjoyed. Janine hopes to motivate her students to go the extra mile in class and out of class. Expect a fun and challenging class with her while working on your core connection.
Josephine started Ballet lessons at age of 5 and has been teaching ballet since the age of 18. She is actively choreographing for dance concerts, commercial events and also for shorfilms.
In year 2015, she took up Xtend Barre Pilates course and became a certified instructor. To widen her knowledge in Pilates, she continued her studies in Pilates courses and she is now a certified Stott Pilates Mat & Reformer Instructor. She has been teaching Pilates in studios and gyms for 3 years.
Besides Pilates, she also actively involved in physical education, nutrition education, strength training and bodybuilding.
strong, fun, energetic.
After graduating from Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne, Australia majoring in contemporary dance, I became a certified Stott Pilates and Xtend Barre instructor and have taught in various studios and gyms in Melbourne, Gold Coast, Cairns and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
I also practiced Ashtanga and Vinyasa yoga under Mark Togni, Michelle Cassidy and Nicky Knoff before completing my 200 hr TTC with Joan Hyman from Wanderlust Hollywood in 2017. I moved back to KL after having my son and became interested in teaching pre and postnatal yoga and pilates, working with new mummies and mummies to be. Coming from a ballet background,
I have always wanted to know how to move better – with freedom, ease and grace and I try to bring that into my classes. With over 10 years teaching experience, I seek to bring more light and awareness to my students so they can be more strong and flexible, achieving their personal goals.
Siu Lim instantly fell in love with pilates when she was first introduced to it 10 years ago.
After having four kids, she found pilates helped her regain and maintain her strength, improved her posture, and developed body-awareness.
She loves sharing her passion for pilates with her clients whether their goals are to lose weight, improve posture, tone up, or just feel great about themselves.
strong, fun, energetic.
After completing her studies in San Francisco, Jane moved to New York City where she worked in an art gallery. Due to long hours sitting down, her posture worsened. She discovered Pilates and her upper back pain from poor posture and mild scoliosis significantly decreased. Practicing Pilates regularly also helped her stay grounded in an extremely fast-paced city.
Because of the positive impact of Pilates, Jane joined the Polestar Pilates Comprehensive course to deepen her knowledge in Pilates. Jane’s goal as a Pilates instructor is to make her clients feel welcomed, while improving their body awareness to have a better quality of life.