international women’s day special:​
exploring the inner seasons

18 March 2023

Celebrate International Women’s Day with a multitude of nourishing, soulful practice led by Kea, alongside other incredible women in the community. Journey inward beginning with an opening guided meditation, group sharing circle, journaling and deep listening. 

Dive deeper into an exploration of your inner seasons with a heart opening kirtan to recognize, rebirth and rebalance the feminine within.

Come as you are, no prior yoga experience needed. 

*Please bring with you a journal and a pen.

date & time. 

18 March 2023 (Saturday), 3:00 – 5:30pm


The Flow Studio, Bangsar 


your investment 

Individual | RM120 + 6% sst 




2 pax | RM200 + 6% sst (RM100 per person)

*Email us at after purchase with your friend’s account email to register them in. 

from past participants.


“I loved Kea’s sharing that day. The lessons and knowledge were new for me – I really needed more self-observation or self-exploration through journaling in detail to label the emotions and feelings within each season.”


“Kea’s workshop was very different from the other workshop that I’ve attended. It was very calming and relaxing. We sat in circle and we, strangers, talk about our experience, intentions and problems. I learned more about our body’s seasons and how to deal with them as well as journaling. After the workshop, I somehow felt very relieved, very free.”


“This workshop definitely took me way out of my comfort zone, but I promised myself I would come with no expectations and to just let go and see what it had to teach me. It was such an insightful session by Kea, I learnt a lot about my inner seasons and how learning about myself is key in reclaiming power over my body and leveraging on it instead of fighting against it. Beyond the asanas and getting into poses for yoga, I really appreciate how Kea delves a little bit into getting into the yoga mindset/spirituality as well, because that encapsulates how I see yoga too.”

about kea l.

Kea is a certified 500-hour Hatha Yoga and Yin Yoga teacher (RYT) graduate with the Akasha Yoga Academy in Bali. To her, yoga is not a workout but a work-in, it is not about the shape of our body but the shape of our lives, yoga being the gateway to intimacy with life itself.

Kea’s classes often comprise of pranayama (breathwork), working through a series of flows, from a gentle heart opening to focused balancing movements, she often emphasizes that yoga is like dancing with our breath, inviting intuitive moments to close our eyes and really tap into our inner silence, and may even slide in a sweet treat of meditation or yoga nidra towards the end of class.