I'm Hien and I've been practicing yoga since I was 15 years old. (Yoga was only P.E. credit, I thought.)
As a young teenager, I experienced trauma in the form of an abusive relationship. I found that practicing yoga greatly helped me to connect with myself and cope with depression and anxiety.
I know what it's like to feel powerless, burnt out, and overall unfulfilled. Because of that, I'm passionate about bringing mindfulness and yoga philosophy into everyday life along with asana (posture). I call it wholesome yoga.
Wholesome yoga means that my teaching should benefit my clients physically, mentally, and spiritually. Learn to stretch - breathe - and love life with me.
Curious? I'll answer all your burning questions.
If credentials are important to you...
2015: I did my 200-hour training at Three Trees Yoga, a Yoga Alliance certified school in my hometown.
Early 2016: I did a 20-hour Trauma Center Trauma-Sensitive Yoga training.
Late 2016: I did a 6-week SKY Outreach Mentorship Program at Samdhana-Karana Yoga, a non-profit yoga studio. I taught seniors at Mercy Housing.
Early 2017: I teach middle school yoga at Annie Wright Schools.
Mid-2017: I teach at Samdhana-Karana Yoga and Longevita Pilates & Yoga Studio.
I am proud to say that I am skilled in the basics of teaching people with various backgrounds and needs. I believe in practicing yoga in an inclusive, accessible way. Ready to step into your own journey? Schedule a free Zoom call with me.